Successful teaching in a technology-rich classroom is so much more than mastering a specific tool. Faculty at North Carolina State University are taking this challenge to the next level by helping teacher educators use their instruction model that goes beyond simply understanding particular educational tool or software.
Drs. Karen Hollebrands and Hollylynne Lee, associate professors of mathematics education, are leading this project that addresses mathematics content, pedagogy and technological skills in an integrated manner, titled, “Preparing to Teach Mathematics with Technology” (PTMT). PTMT hosted a summer institute last week at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation for mathematics education faculty representing different universities from across the nation.
Read more on the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation’s website.