The blog was designed to be a source for evidence-based teaching practices while the MAA Instructional Practices Guide was in development. Now that the MAA Instructional Practices Guide is available, we encourage our readers to refer to our blog posts for an in-depth treatment of course design, classroom practices, and assessment. Thank you to our readers for their support. We hope you found Teaching Tidbits a useful resource to help improve your math classroom.
Of our 34 posts over the last two years, these are the 5 most popular posts:
- The Role of Failure and Struggle in the Mathematics Classroom by Dana Ernst
- 5 Ways to Respond When Students Offer Incorrect Answer by Rachel Levy
- How to Deal with Math Anxiety in Students by Jessica Deshler
- How Transparency Improves Learning by Darryl Yong
- 5 Reflective Exam Questions That Will Make you Excited about Grading by Francis Su
We hope you will continue to share the tips on this blog with colleagues and let us know how it has been useful to you. Thank you for your support of the blog!