Assessing Student Learning


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In addition to what you teach, the practices and environment of your classroom are critical to student learning, persistence, and engagement. The resources in this section provide a wealth of detail about evidence-based practices.    

The Instructional Practices Guide from the Mathematical Association of America is a valuable resource describing a range of effective instructional practices, and is a great place to start.

The College Mathematics Instructor Development Source (CoMInDS) is a resource for professional development for instructors, by providing improved access to resources for college mathematics instructor development and creating durable versions of the existing informal networks.

College Math Video Cases provide real-world examples of mathematics teaching. The videos and accompanying facilitator guides give insight into student thinking and can help form your strategies for engaging students.

From here, the sections below provide more detail in several key areas of teaching mathematics in ways that provide all students with opportunities to learn mathematics equitably and with understanding.