Episode 84

Sam Otten: Listening to Teachers to Incrementally Improve Mathematics Instruction


November 8th, 2023

50 mins 25 secs

Season 4

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About this Episode

Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Sam Otten, Associate Professor, Lois Knowles Faculty Fellow, and Department Chair in Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum at the University of Missouri, as he shares advice and insight on the importance of listening to teachers when working to improve instructional practice in mathematics classrooms. He also discusses his research on flipped mathematics instruction, and the Math Ed Podcast that he started in 2012.

Links from the episode:
Math Ed Podcast https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mathed
Teddy Chao and OSU Digital Math Storytelling https://u.osu.edu/digitalmathstorytelling/
Flipped Math Study www.flippedmathstudy.net
Practice-Driven PD Project www.practicedrivenpd.com
AMTE Connections article with Sean Yee and Megan Taylor about what teachers think should be in secondary methods courses. https://www.rcml-math.org/assets/Newsletter/rcml%20newsletter%20may%202018.pdf
To apply for a Ph.D. in Math Education at the University of Missouri www.mizzoumathed.org
Missing Letters: An Alphabet Book http://www.missinglettersbook.com