Flipped classroom components for MATH 104 and MATH 184


MATH 104, MATH 184


Principal Investigator:
Dr. Mark MacLean

This project will integrate flipped classroom components in two courses, Differential Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences (Math 104 and 184) so that students can spend more time in class doing mathematics rather than observing mathematics being done. The instructors will develop resources for increasing students’ in-class engagement in order to improve their conceptual understanding of calculus. At the same time, the instructors will design opportunities for students to master computational skills and receive timely feedback on their work outside of class time through virtual office hours.

A small-scale pilot in MATH 104 will be delivered in September 2013 and the full course roll-out for MATH 104 and 184 will occur in September 2014