Resources for Active Learning

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PEDAGOGICAL TIPS FOR ACTIVE LEARNING IN THE COLLEGE SETTING




ACTIVE LEARNING CALCULUS


A one-semester active learning calculus course (Penn Math 110).

Nominally for business students but easily adapted for general non-STEM undergraduates.
Pitched at the level for students who have already taken "AB" calculus but may not understand large parts of that course or the several before it.


AB calculus (Penn Math 103A).

Active learning version developed by Henry Towsner.
Assumes students may or may not have seen any calculus before.


BC calculus (Penn Math 104A - Gressman).

BC calculus (Penn Math 104A - Sergel).

Active learning versions developed by Phil Gressman and Emily Sergel.
Assumes students have already had AB calculus.




    Courses from other universities


Active Calculus - single and multivariable

Publicly posted active learning course materials from Matt Boelkins, Steve Schlicker, and Ted Sundstrom.





TEACHER PREPARATION COURSES

Arithmetic for teachers (OSU Math 105)

Geometry for teachers (OSU Math 106)




Some literature on active learning