Rutgers Mathematics Teaching Seminar

Founded 2009 by Andrew Baxter and Michael Weingart as the "Teaching Discussion Group"

Welcome to the public page for the Rutgers Mathmeatics Teaching Seminar. Open to all mathematics faculty, teaching assistants, and part-time lecturers, our aim is to meet regularly (currently bi-weekly) to discuss issues related to teaching mathematics to undergraduates.

Our meeting times will be alternating Wednesdays 10:30 am - 11:30 am in Hill 705. The planned meetings for Fall 2010 will be:

We are changing the the format this semester. We will begin with a short presentation, roughly 40-50 minutes, which is followed by discussion of that topic for the remainder of the time.

For more information on the seminar, you are welcome to check out our site on Sakai. You will need to sign in using your NetID and password. If you do not have a NetID (or do not remember your password), then email either Andrew Baxter (baxter [at] math [dot] rutgers [dot] edu) or Michael Weingart (weingart@math...) to be granted access to the site. Once you are signed into Sakai, go to the Membership tab on the left, then hit the "Joinable Sites" button and search for "Teaching Discussion Group." There is currently only one site fitting that criterion, and that's the one you want.