In the Best Practices for Teaching and Learning course, our goal is to highlight important findings on the nature of learning and teaching that promote student understanding. We also demonstrate how instructors can incorporate these findings to develop their teaching skills and increase learning in their courses. This course is recommended for graduate students, post-doctoral associates, instructors, and professors. It is designed for participants with a variety of interests, backgrounds, and career goals, emphasizing science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
This self-paced short course by Professor Haynes R. Miller, Ph.D. focuses on the use of technology in mathematics education at the university level. The course begins with an introduction and then explores the MIT Mathlets collection by providing examples of Mathlet use in three different contexts.