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Differential equations, Inquiry, Active learning
Curriculum and Instruction | Mathematics | Science and Mathematics Education
Student-centered instruction can be a challenging endeavor for teachers and students. This article reports on the use of the Inquiry-Oriented Differential Equations (IO-DE) curriculum (Rasmussen, 2002) in an undergraduate differential equations course. Examples of student work are shared with specific reference to research in mathematics education.
"Experiences Using Inquiry-Oriented Instruction in Differential Equations,"
Vol. 11, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/codee/vol11/iss1/3
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