SIMIODE Textbook - Teacher Group

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03 Apr 2021
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We hope you are well, that your courses are going smoothly, and that your students are excited about learning mathematics.

We have two invitations.

FIRST - please plan to register and attend our international online conference, SIMIODE EXPO 2022, 10-13 February 2022. This is a four day conference with lots to consider and many sessions which will surely interest you. Pick the ones you want and enjoy yourself. You can Register and you can see the entire program and the low-cost registration fee of $45US  will help us defray conference costs, thank you.  We have four Keynote speakers, lots of activities, many breakout conversations scheduled, and Kurt Bryan, the author of our textbook, will be leading a number of session including a conversation time on Friday, 11 February 2022, 2:15 - 3:15 PM Eastern US Time. Further, the socially friendly platform on which the conference is run will permit meet-ups and instant conversations. You can learn more about this engaging conference approach here

SECOND - Please, if you are using the textbook either drop us a line at or post to the Forum in our SIMIODE Textbook - Teacher Group and let us hear from you. Share with us information on what course you are using the textbook and how many students you have. What your plans are for the course. Go further, and let us know how things are going with the text. What you and students like.  What we can improve. We would really like to hear from you.

Thank you.

Be well and take care.

Brian Winkel, Director SIMIODE

Greetings to this group of SIMIODE member Teachers who have purchased our textbook.

We want to help as much as we can those of you who have adopted the text in your use of the materials for teaching. So do not hesitate to send questions or requests to Brian Winkel, .

We would be happy to chat (ZOOM) or respond to Forum at or Email us about issues, even visit with you and/or your class to talk about modeling.

Frankly, we are a bit swamped at present having just moved - last week from New York to Ohio and gotten back on internet a day ago, while staring at rooms full of stuff in boxes that has to come out and be placed in our new home. Nevertheless, we wish to join with you in your enthusiasm for using modeling to teach differential equations with our text book. Thank you. Take care and stay safe.

Brian Winkel