ETEC 533



ETEC 533, an advanced graduate course, aims to address contemporary, international research on how people teach and learn mathematics and science with digital technologies. The courses learning objectives were:

  • Frame issues in math or science education by utilizing cases and contemporary research

  • Demonstrate a situated understanding of technology in mathematics or science learning environments

  • Consider the implications digital technology has for students, teaching practice, curriculum development, and educational contexts, through analyses of many technology-enhanced learning experiences

A Course In Review

A reflection of my portfolio of ETEC 533, and thoughts about next steps.

Framing a STEM Issue

Developing Computational Thinking Skills in Students in TransDisciplinary Units: An Annotated Bibliography

Interview with a Veteran Mathematics Teacher

An analysis of an interview about the integration of technology into a Middle School Mathematics classroom.

Technology Enhanced Learning Experiences

What is Technology & how do we make exceptional technology enhanced learning experiences (TELEs)


Reflections on Technology, Pedagogy, Content, and Knowledge in the Classroom

Anchored Instruction in Mathematics

How can we teach mathematics in the real world, and does giving students complex, real world problems, improve mathematical understanding? The data seems to support, yes.

Web-Based Inquiry & Scaffolding Inquiry

A reflection post to specific guiding questions of the WISE software by UC Berkeley and the SKI Framework for scaffolding.

Learning For Use (LfU)

A Model for designing technology enhanced inquiry experiences

Embodied Learning

A sample lesson structure for getting students involved in robotics exercises.

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InfoVIS & Computer Simulations

A reflection on how computer simulations can better aid students in visualizing mathematical concepts in order to better understand them.