Online education has become a major component of higher education worldwide. In mathematics and statistics courses, there exists a number of challenges that are unique to the teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics in an online environment. These challenges are deeply connected to already existing difficulties related to math anxiety, conceptual understanding of mathematical ideas, communicating mathematically, and the appropriate use of technology. 

Teaching and Learning Mathematics Online bridges these issues by presenting meaningful and practical solutions for teaching mathematics and statistics online. It focuses on the problems observed by mathematics instructors currently working in the field who strive to hone their craft and share best practices with our professional community. The book provides a set of standard practices, improving the quality of online teaching and the learning of mathematics. Instructors will benefit from learning new techniques and approaches to delivering content. 


  • Based on the experiences of working educators in the field 
  • Assimilates the latest technology developments for interactive distance education 
  • Focuses on mathematical education for developing early mathematics courses 

part 1|132 pages

Course Design

chapter Chapter 4|12 pages

Designing Mathematics Hybrid Classrooms in High School

The Cases of Nicoletta and Lorenza

part 3|106 pages

Using Technology

chapter Chapter 14|28 pages

Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Meaningful Learning and Instrumental Orchestrations

A Case Study of a Cross Product Exploration Using CalcPlot3D

part 4|46 pages

Teacher Education

chapter Chapter 18|26 pages

MOOCs for Mathematics Teacher Education

New Environments for Professional Development

part 5|16 pages