This video illustrates how active learning strategies can be effectively used in a mathematics classroom. In this class, Socratic lecturing, clicker questions, and peer discussions are used. Groups work on “challenge questions” with on-demand guidance from the circulating instructor, which is followed by an instructor-guided whole class discussion. Helpful tips about what to look for in this video are available at Evidence-Based Science Education in Action.
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Helpful tips about what to look for in this video are available at Evidence-Based Science Education in Action, http://blogs.ubc.ca/wpvc/video-05-an-active-maths-class/
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