Streaming live teaching via Twitch is great fun. But for effective and reusable online content delivery, you can’t beat a carefully designed, 5- to 15-minute mini lecture video. Here’s how I produce mine with a relative minimum of time and fuss, and only two tools: the Doceri whiteboard app, and a screencast software.
This interactive video and set of resources was developed to support a faculty workshop offered by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education in 2019. Special thanks to Robert Awkward, DHE’s Director of Learning Outcomes Assessment, for organizing and providing financial and logistical support for these workshops; and to Mary-Ann Winkelmes, Director of Teaching and Learning at Brandeis University, for co-facilitating the workshops by engaging participants in designing transparent assignments. Continue reading “Grow Up, Branch Out: Quantitative Literacy for the 21st Century”
Welcome to the homepage for MATH 301 Abstract Algebra I, taught on the main campus of Bridgewater State University in Fall 2018.
Primary materials for this course can be found in the online courseware at: