This paper will highlight two perspectives, a course instructor and a mathematics specialist candidate working together in an online course, on the practice of anticipating how a learner will approach a task or assignment. The candidate shares her experiences in developing an understanding of what it means to anticipate student responses and implement mathematical practice in the classroom. She also shares how learning to anticipate has impacted her teaching. The instructor reflects on her experiences (or lack thereof) in anticipating how students would engage in the online environment. From the instructor and the candidate perspectives, learning to anticipate helped to develop a rich community of learners that allowed everyone to grow through their interactions and reflections on course content.
Anthony, Kristina C. and O'Quinn, Melody
"Learning to Anticipate in an Online Class: Perspectives of an Instructor and a Mathematics Specialist Candidate,"
Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations: Vol. 17
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/jmsce_vamsc/vol17/iss1/8