This paper will describe how the Virginia Commonwealth University mathematics specialist preparation program transitioned from a face-to-face format to a fully online format. We will describe the technology and instructional methods that are used for course meetings, activities, and assignments. We will describe the development and implementation of a mathematics activity from instructors designing the activity, participants completing the activity, and instructors providing feedback on the activity. One mathematics activity will be shared that demonstrates the process of the program model that includes independent work, small group work, and in-class discussions. We will describe one participant’s experience as she developed and implemented a capstone externship project in the preparation program and how activities in this program inspired her classroom practice more broadly.
Ellington, Aimee J. and Yoder, Allison
"Transitioning a Mathematics Specialist Preparation Program into an Interactive Online Program: Insights from the Developer and Candidate Perspectives,"
Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations: Vol. 17
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/jmsce_vamsc/vol17/iss1/6