## Students as (Podcast) Producers

One of the themes we build into much of our work at the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching is the notion of engaging …

Derek Bruff’s blog on teaching and learning

One of the themes we build into much of our work at the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching is the notion of engaging …

Carleton College’s Visual Learning Conference was one of the most interesting and unusual conferences I’ve attended. As I noted in my first …

There’s been some discussion on a math listserv to which I belong about the merits of Prezi as a presentation tool. The …

A tool we use at the center to improve our ability to work together is StrengthsFinder, a research-based tool for identifying one’s …

Number four on my list of five types of mobile learning is the use of mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, and such) …

This is final (planned) post reflecting on my experiences this fall teaching a first-year writing seminar on the history and mathematics of …

Back in early August here on the blog, I described a few “experiments” in more public class participation I planned to implement …

Earlier this week, I gave a virtual presentation at the Muskegon Community College Math and Technology Workshop organized by Maria Andersen. The …

Continuing my reports from the contributed paper session on teaching with clickers I helped coordinate at the Joint Mathematics Meetings back in …

A colleague recently asked me for some references on commonly used active learning approaches in teaching mathematics. I located a few useful …