Transitions from Live to Online Teaching
The current manuscript is a reflective case study that describes the emerging design of the author's first online mathematics course. The case study addresses how expectations associated with teaching in a live setting can raise conflicts in designing online courses. The author reframes the conflicts into questions; explores the questions and related resources; and describes one possible model for an online mathematics course. Student feedback on the written materials, teaching, and assessment developed for the online course are discussed.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Fernandez, Eileen, "Transitions from Live to Online Teaching" (2014). Department of Mathematics Facuty Scholarship and Creative Works. 183.