Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum
Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum
How To Take This Course
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This course was created by a team of mathematics educators and multimedia producers working from 2001-2003.
The Curriculum Developers
The original design for the course was developed by Carol Findell, Ed.D, Clinical Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Mathematics Education, School of Education, Boston University.
The course was written by Linda M. Gojack, M.A., Director, Center for Mathematics and Science Education, John Carroll University, University Heights, Ohio.
The content of the course was reviewed by these advisors:
Virginia Bastable, Ph.D., Director of SummerMath for Teachers and Lecturer in mathematics at Mount Holyoke College, North Hadley, Mass.
Mark Driscoll, Ph.D., Co-Director, Center for Leadership and Learning Communities, EDC, Newton, Mass.
Gordon Lewis, Ph.D., Program Officer (retired), Annenberg Media
William Masalski, Ph.D., Lecturer, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, School of Education
The Production Team
Ted Sicker, Executive Producer
Arthur R. Smith, Senior Producer
Chris Dietlin, Producer
Sanda Zdjelar, Producer
Jason Schuster, Special Projects Assistant
Chris Wise, Senior Designer
Sonali Manseta, Lead Designer
Jay Harlow, Designer
Michael McCrary, Lead Developer
The team acknowledges additional substantial assistance from David Crawford, Stephani Roberts Lincoln, Karen Marmer, Peter Pinch, and AnneMary Wood-Mann.
Teaching Math is a project of the Annenberg Media Foundation in partnership with WGBH Educational Foundation in Boston.
This course grows out of a large-scale video project on methodology and content in school mathematics. The video clips that are featured in each of the sessions are taken from that project, Teaching Math: A Video Library. The purpose of these video programs is to provide mathematics educators with tools to implement the national standards for mathematics education. The library includes a series of classroom videos and accompanying print guides. For more information, or to order a hard copy of the library, visit the Annenberg Media Web site at www.learner.org.
About the Partners
WGBH Educational Foundation
WGBH Boston is America's preeminent public broadcasting producer, the source of nearly one-third of PBS's prime-time lineup and companion online content as well as many public radio favorites. WGBH is a pioneer in educational multimedia (including the Web, broadband, and interactive television) and in technologies and services that make media accessible for people with disabilities. For more information, visit www.wgbh.org.
Annenberg Media, a partnership between The Annenberg Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American schools. This mandate is carried out chiefly by the funding and distribution of educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers. For more information, visit www.learner.org.
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