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Using a lecture-oriented flipped classroom in a proof-oriented advanced mathematics course
In traditional advanced mathematics lectures the instructor usually provides definitions, theorems, and proofs on the board rather quickly. The students often cannot make sense of these during the lecture as they are busy ...
Can Guided Notes Support Students’ Note-taking in Mathematics Lectures?
In traditional mathematics lectures the instructor normally writes the definitions, theorems, and proofs covered on the board, and gives informal oral explanations that help to make sense of them. The students have to take ...
Towards a research base for implementation strategies addressing mathematics teachers and facilitators
Implementing innovations in mathematics education relies on scaling up professional development (PD) for mathematics teachers. Within the German Center of Mathematics Teacher Education (DZLM), the complexities involved in ...
Students’ Understanding of the Derivative Concept in the Context of Mathematics for Economics
The derivative concept plays a major role in economics. However, its use in economics is very heterogeneous, sometimes inconsistent, and contradicts students’ prior knowledge from school. This applies in particular to ...