This weekend at AMATYC I presented this Prezi presentation on How can we measure teaching and learning in math? My husband was kind enough to act as the videographer for the presentation, and so I can also share the video presentation with you today.

I think the video should add quite a bit of context to the presentation, so I hope you’ll take the time to watch it. What I propose (at the end) is a research solution that would help all of the math instructors in the country (who want to) participate in one massive data collection and data mining project to determine what *actually* works to improve learning outcomes.

If you have any suggestions for where to go from here, I’d be happy to hear them.

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