|Mathematical Journey (#Temporarytag)|
|Mathematical Journey Course guide||Introduction & Aims | Development team | Video signpost | Getting started | Resources | Assessment overview | Course schedule|
|Assignments||Assignment 1 | Assignment 2 | Assignment 3 (Project & reflective journal)|
Betty Hurley-Dasgupta has an Ed.D. in mathematics education from the University of Rochester. At SUNY Empire State College, she has primarily served as a mentor/coordinator in the area of mathematics. As an Area Coordinator for the Center for Distance Learning, she has facilitated the development of over twenty online math courses, including those for general education as well as upper division courses. Her research interests center on the facilitation and assessment of mathematics learning online. She has also recently presented on the topic of faculty development using ePortfolios.
The picture on the left is of her on a recent journey to a nearby llama farm- one of her dreams is to raise llamas!.
Susan Fall is completing her Masters degree at SUNY Empire State College with this project. She is also currently a math coach and adjunct faculty member at the Genesee Valley Center of the college. Susan has tutored students in College Math, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Discrete Math, Biology, Chemistry, Wind Vane Technology, Astronomy, and Physics. As an instructor, she currently teaches SPSS, College Math, and College Algebra. Susan plans to continue her studies in theoretical and applied mathematics.Alison Snieckus has been part of the WikiEducator community since 2009. She is currently on staff at Princeton Learning Cooperative in Princeton NJ, USA, where she works with teens to live and learn without school. In addition, Alison teaches Statistical Methods at Rutgers University's Graduate School of Education.