Mathematical thinking and reasoning can be used to express ideas symbolically, numerically, graphically, and practically.
By creating short real-time videos aimed at your classmates on a topic, learning target, or assigned problem, you will
- Construct personal understanding of the concept and develop problem solving skills.
- Gain authentic experience of discovery. The sensation of discovery and pride of mastering a concept makes the learning experience meaningful and profound.
- Improve critical thinking, creative thinking, and practical thinking skills.
- Articulate, communicate, and evaluate ideas to structure a more enduring understanding of the material and depth of content knowledge.
Real-time communication includes real-time handwriting on a board, paper, or tablet, or real-time manipulations on a computer, and real-time audio or video of your face.
MTH-110-05 is taught by Dr. Joy Wang, Associate Professor of Mathematics.