Teaching Mathematics Online: Emergent Technologies and Methodologies, 1st Edition

  • Angel A. Juan
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  • ISBN-10: 1609608763
  • ISBN-13: 9781609608767
  • DDC: 510.78
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 414 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released November 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012

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Educational technologies (e-learning environments or learning management systems for individual and collaborative learning, Internet resources for teaching and learning, academic materials in electronic format, specific subject-related software, groupware and social network software, etc.) are changing the way in which higher education is delivered. TEACHING MATHEMATICS ONLINE: EMERGENT TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODOLOGIES shares theoretical and applied pedagogical models and systems used in math e-learning including the use of computer supported collaborative learning, which is common to most e-learning practices. The book also forecasts emerging technologies and tendencies regarding mathematical software, learning management systems, and mathematics education online and presents up-to-date research work on how mathematics education is changing in a global and Web-based world.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
Table of Contents.
1: Blended Experiences in Mathematics E-Learning.
2: A Model for Asynchronous Discussions in a Mathematics Content Course.
3: A Blended Learning Approach in Mathematics.
4: Screencasting for Mathematics Online Learning: A Case Study of a First Year Operations Research Course at a Dual Delivery Mode Australian University.
5: Mathematics Education: Teaching and Learning Opportunities in Blended Learning.
6: Best Practices for Hybrid Mathematics Courses.
7: Implementation of Learning Outcomes in Mathematics for Non-Mathematics Major by Using E-Learning.
8: Pure Online Experiences in Mathematics E-Learning.
9: Online Communities of Practice as Vehicles for Teacher Professional Development.
10: Mathematics Bridging Education Using an Online, Adaptive E-Tutorial: Preparing International Students for Higher Education.
11: Teaching Mathematics Teachers Online: Strategies for Navigating the Intersection of Andragogy, Technology, and Reform-Based Mathematics Education.
12: Developing Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Through Online Collaboration.
13: Self-Regulated Learning and Self Assessment in Online Mathematics Bridging Courses.
14: Long-Term Experiences in Mathematics E-Learning in Europe and the USA.
15: Mathematics Software & Web Resources for Mathematics E-Learning.
16: My Equations Are the Same as Yours! Computer Aided Assessment Using a Gröbner Basis Approach.
17: Interactive Web-Based Tools for Learning Mathematics: Best Practices.
18: NAUK.si: Using Learning Blocks to Prepare E-Content for Teaching Mathematics.
19: Software Tools Used in Math Refresher Courses at the University of Alcalá, Spain.
20: Formula Editors and Handwriting in Mathematical E-Learning.
21: The Role of Technology in Mathematics Support: A Pilot Study.
About the Contributors.