Electronic Math Education Seminar
This is an online seminar centered on mathematics education at the university level. Talks will cover curriculum, pedagogy, inclusiveness, professional development, blended and flipped classrooms, and other topics of interest.
Upcoming Talks
The seminar meets every other Tuesday at noon eastern time, using Zoom and is open to all. Click here to join the seminar. If you do not have Zoom installed, you will be prompted to install it.

$\begingroup$$\begingroup $Angie Hodge, Northern Arizona University
Calculus is often said to be the most difficult class in which to implement inquirybased learning (IBL) techniques. There are questions of class coverage, larger class sizes, and the mathematical maturity of the students taking calculus. Instead, IBL is historically known to be used in upperdivision mathematics courses where students are responsible for generating proofs with little to no help from the professor. In this seminar, I will discuss ways to successfully incorporate IBL into the calculus classroom. A variety of techniques will be discussed ranging from adding short active learning strategies into a lecture based classroom to a classroom where little to no lecture is given by the instructor.
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