Condensed online course, summer course, pedagogy, curriculum innovations
Mathematics | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Science and Mathematics Education
In this article, I share my decade-long experience teaching an intensive five-week summer Differential Equation course covering complex topics and tips for creating an interactive and supportive learning environment to optimize student engagement. This article provides my detailed approach to planning and teaching an asynchronous course with rigor and flexibility for each student. An interactive teaching approach and variety of learning activities will augment students’ mathematical fluency and appreciation of the importance of differential equations in modeling a wide variety of real-world situations with special attention to ways differential equations can be relevant to creating public policy.
"Differential Equations for a Changing World:How to Engage Students in Learning and Applying Differential Equations,"
Vol. 17, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/codee/vol17/iss1/4