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View Resource AMATYC Placement and Assessment Committee

The mission of the Placement and Assessment Committee (PAC) of AMATYC is to serve as a "resource or clearinghouse for the AMATYC membership on issues related to placement and assessment of students, courses, and programs in mathematics at two-year colleges." On their site, visitors can find assessment projects from educators, AMATYC position statements, helpful external links, PAC's newsletters,...

View Resource Teaching Style vs Learning Style

In this article, Bettina Lankard Brown explores the different forms of teaching and theorizes why teachers often do not emulate the pedagogy from which they originally learned best as students. Since teaching incorporates a component of performance, instructors often find themselves using whatever makes them feel comfortable instead of engaging with various teaching theories. In an effort to...

View Resource Remedial Education at Higher Education Institutions in Fall 1995

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting, analyzing, and reporting data related to education in the United States and other nations. This survey was requested by the Planning and Evaluation Service of the Office of the Under Secretary within the U.S. Department of Education. The survey provides national estimates about the extent of...

View Resource ERIC Digest: Attending to Learning Styles in Mathematics and Science Classrooms

ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) has changed a lot in the past decade, and Ericdigests.org is committed to making the fine resources of past ERIC digests easily available. Here, they present "Attending to Learning Styles in Mathematics and Science Classrooms" by Barbara S. Thomson and John R. Mascazine. The short essay discusses some of the more influential theories of learning...

View Resource Toward A Theory of Teaching-In-Context

By Professor Alan H. Schoenfeld of the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Education, this article describes the development of the Teaching-in-Context theory of the Teacher Model Group. The theory aims "to provide a detailed theoretical account of how and why teachers do what they do 'on line' ? that is, while they are engaged in the act of teaching." In addition, this 9...

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