Amy Goodman: Creativity in Online Teaching
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Season 1 - Episode 9
Today, our guest is Amy Goodman, Lecturer in Mathematics at Baylor University. An early advocate of online teaching at Baylor Professor Goodman is currently chair of Baylor’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee. She is currently finishing her PhD in Learning Technologies at the University of North Texas. She was also a recent recipient of a teaching exploration grant for a project investigating technologies enabling online math students to more easily show their work. We are delighted to have Professor Goodman on to discuss creativity in online teaching.
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