Mathematics Education

My interest in mathematics education stems from teaching as an adjunct at the University of Maryland University College. There, I have taught developmental, introductory college mathematics, and introductory statistics. Most of those have been distance education, administered through the Internet. A few courses have been hybrid with both an online and in-person component. As a result, my research has focused on delivering mathematics content online.

Publications and Presentations

James P. Howard, II (2015): Virtual Bumblebees. MathFest 2015, Mathematical Association of America Washington, DC, 2015. (Type: Conference | Links | BibTeX)
James P. Howard, II (2014): Kanban Methods for Agile Course Delivery. University of Baltimore, Fall Teaching & Learning Day Baltimore, 2014. (Type: Conference | Links | BibTeX)
James P. Howard, II (2014): Using Agile Methods for Course Management and Delivery. Spring 2014 Conference, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Washington, 2014. (Type: Conference | Links | BibTeX)
James P. Howard, II (2014): Augmenting the Classroom with Web-Based Interactive Demonstrations. 2014 Joint Mathematics Meetings Baltimore, 35 (1), 2014. (Type: Proceeding | Links | BibTeX)
James P. Howard, II (2011): Using Computable Documents for Online Mathematics Instruction. Technology Conference 2011, Wolfram Research Champaign, Illinois, 2011. (Type: Conference | Links | BibTeX)

Related Coverage and News

Robert McGarvey (2016): So You Want to Be a Billionaire? Buy Lottery Tickets, Maybe. The Street 2016, visited: 29.06.2016. (Type: Online | Links | BibTeX)
Shannon Lee (2016): Online University & College Research Companion. Learn How to Become 2016, visited: 25.06.2016. (Type: Online | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

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