Covid-19 Pandemic and its Impact on College Teaching: The Unexpected Benefits and their Consequences has been published in the Mathematics Teaching-Research Journal online, Vol 12, N3.
THE MOST CHALLENGING WEEK EVER
Starting on March 10, in one school after another in New York City, students tested positive for the coronavirus. First, the private schools closed, then the public schools. On March 16, 2020 the entire public school system in New York City, comprising more than 1.1 million students attending more than 1,700 schools, was shut down temporarily…
Read the paper! Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on College Teaching: The Unexpected Benefits and their Consequences
Dr. Eric Fuchs is an assistant professor, Math Education at Metropolitan College of New York. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Urban Education – Math, Science and Technology.
Dr. Doru Tsaganea is a full professor of mathematics, statistics and economics at Metropolitan College of New York. He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematical Economics and a Ph.D. in International Relations.