Below are links to helpful articles and books about teaching mathematics.

## Teaching Resources

**Articles**

- Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class (4 quick ways to shift students’ attention from life’s distractions to your course content), Chronicle of Higher Education
- Small Changes in Teaching: The Last 5 Minutes of Class (Don’t waste them trying to cram in eight more points or call out as many reminders as possible), Chronicle of Higher Education
- Small Changes in Teaching: The Minutes Before Class (3 simple ways you can set up the day’s learning before the metaphorical bell rings), Chronicle of Higher Education
- Small Changes in Teaching: Space it Out (The essential ingredient of learning is time), Chronicle of Higher Education
- Pedagogy Unbound (series of articles), Chronicle of Higher Education
- Women 1.5 Times More Likely to Leave STEM Pipeline after Calculus Compared to Men: Lack of Mathematical Confidence a Potential Culprit, J. Ellis, B. Fosdick, and C. Rasmussen, PLoSONE
- How to Help Students Understand Lectures in Advanced Mathematics, K. Weber, ..., K. Lew
- Are you being rigorous or just intolerant?
- Women 1.5 Times More Likely to Leave STEM Pipeline after Calculus Compared to Men: Lack of Mathematical Confidence a Potential Culprit
- Teaching critical thinking PNAS
- The advantage of abstract examples in learning math Science Science
- What is Math-Ed All About? An Explained by a Muggle in a Math Department

**Books**

- What the Best College Teachers Do, Ken Bain, Harvard University Press
- Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning, P. Brown, H. Reedier, and M. McDaniel, Belknap Press
- How to Teach Mathematics, Stephen Krantz, AMS
- How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching, Susan Ambrose, Jossey-Bass
- Improving How Universities Teach Science: Lessons from the Science Education Initiative, Carl Wieman

**Mathematics for Biology Majors**- Math Wars: 'Instrument of torture' or building block of understanding? UCLA and other universities debate how much math, and what kind, is enough for life sciences majors, Inside Higher Ed