A new episode of the Teaching Math Teaching podcast is now available Rapidly Moving Instruction Online – Part 2 … in this episode Dusty Jones, Joel Amidon, and I share successes and struggles moving instruction online.
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In this new episode Rapidly moving teaching online Dusty Jones, Joel Amidon, and I discuss our progress to date in moving our classes online. We tackle different types of classes in different settings. Have a listen and let us know what you thin.
I have been collecting resources about teaching online and am continuing to edit the documents. If you have any ideas to add please send them my way.
I have also been starting to collect resources (newspaper articles, youtube videos, etc) that could be used to teach with/about Covid19 and developed questions to go with each of those. If you have any ideas to add please send them my way.
I had little to no experience teaching online. My classes are very interactive so I was unsure what to do. The first step was to educate myself rapidly. To do so I (among many other things) attended two webinars presented by AMTE (linked below). These were invaluable as a resource. I then ended up combining things I learned in both to create my first online lessons.
I loved the interactiveness of google slides presented in the first webinar and am basing my asynchronous instruction on google slides introduced by Theresa Wills (links to the google slide templates below). I also learned a lot about structuring asynchronous classes in the second webinar, such as providing checklists etc.
Blank Slides (Templates)
Completed Slides (After the webinar)
I will share in the next blogposts how I have used these resources to develop my lessons.
I was a guest on the MathEd podcast discussing my recent ZDM paper Leveraging variation of historical number systems to build understanding of the base-ten place-value system.
NCTM 2019 and JRME 2009 now exist as brief videos.
“It just got Real” – Backing into Social Justice Part 1 (NCTM, 2019)
“It just got Real” – Backing into Social Justice Part 2 (NCTM, 2019)
Prospective Teachers Conception of Number (JRME, 2009)
Please feel free to discuss and comment on the article.