Check out my latest book chapter, "Moving the mathematics forward while acquiring English" in NCTM's Access and Equity: Promoting high-quality mathematics in grades 3-5
Last Thursday I was surprised to learn I had won the University of Missouri's Excellence in Advising Award. I knew I was nominated, but didn't know I had won until the ceremony. The honor is a campus-level award given to one faculty member each year "who has demonstrated the qualities associated with outstanding undergraduate student … Continue reading MU Excellence in Advising Award
Source: UM researchers awarded $450,000 grant to study 'flipped classrooms'
My amazing colleague Sam Otten has been running the Math Ed Podcast for several years. Each episode features a mathematics education scholar talking about a recent publication. You can get the behind the scenes thinking that went into the paper. I highly recommend using these podcasts with students and sharing them with others. There are … Continue reading My Math Ed Podcast Episode
The big takeaway from this article is this: What is intuitive regrading teaching mathematics with English learners is often not what is best.
I am currently the Principal Investigator on an NSF-Funded grant studying Flipped Mathematics Instruction. Visit this site to learn more.
This article is part of our Flipped Mathematics Project and investigates whether a flipped mathematics teacher's creation of videos is best characterized as design or implementation.