InterTU Study Day 2019

23 October 2019
10:30 - 16:30
U-Parkhotel, Enschede
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

InterTU Study Day 2019 


Practical information

Organised by: University of Twente
Location: U-PARK hotel
Registration before October 9: here
Programme: download

Programme

10.30: Reception with tea and coffee 
10.55: Opening by Jan Willem Polderman 
11.00: Alisa Lochner (UT) 
     Design principles for digital testing in linear algebra 
11.30: Elly Korendijk (WUR) 
     Do video clips and online self-tests have added value in educating statistics? 
12.00: Jim Portegies (TUE) 
     Waterproof: a theorem checker turned into an educational tool for analysis 
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch at the UPark Hotel 
14.00: Hil Meijer and Tracy Craig (UT) 
     Connecting mathematics education to engineering through contextual problems. 
14.30: Gerard Jeurnink and Mike Boldy (UT) 
     Educating creative masters in Art, Math and Technology 
15.00: Break with coffee and tea 
15.15: Ilse Bakker (TUD) 
     PRIME for Differential Equations 
15.45: Klaas Landsman (RU)
     Randomness? What randomness? 
16.30: Closing 
16.45: Borrel 
18.00: Supper

By clicking on the names you can see the presentations.

InterTU Study Day 2019 


Practical information

Organised by: University of Twente
Location: U-PARK hotel
Registration before October 9: here
Programme: download

Programme

10.30: Reception with tea and coffee 
10.55: Opening by Jan Willem Polderman 
11.00: Alisa Lochner (UT) 
     Design principles for digital testing in linear algebra 
11.30: Elly Korendijk (WUR) 
     Do video clips and online self-tests have added value in educating statistics? 
12.00: Jim Portegies (TUE) 
     Waterproof: a theorem checker turned into an educational tool for analysis 
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch at the UPark Hotel 
14.00: Hil Meijer and Tracy Craig (UT) 
     Connecting mathematics education to engineering through contextual problems. 
14.30: Gerard Jeurnink and Mike Boldy (UT) 
     Educating creative masters in Art, Math and Technology 
15.00: Break with coffee and tea 
15.15: Ilse Bakker (TUD) 
     PRIME for Differential Equations 
15.45: Klaas Landsman (RU)
     Randomness? What randomness? 
16.30: Closing 
16.45: Borrel 
18.00: Supper

By clicking on the names you can see the presentations.

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InterTU Study Day 2019

23 October 2019
10:30 - 16:30
U-Parkhotel, Enschede

InterTU Study Day 2019 


Practical information

Organised by: University of Twente
Location: U-PARK hotel
Registration before October 9: here
Programme: download

Programme

10.30: Reception with tea and coffee 
10.55: Opening by Jan Willem Polderman 
11.00: Alisa Lochner (UT) 
     Design principles for digital testing in linear algebra 
11.30: Elly Korendijk (WUR) 
     Do video clips and online self-tests have added value in educating statistics? 
12.00: Jim Portegies (TUE) 
     Waterproof: a theorem checker turned into an educational tool for analysis 
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch at the UPark Hotel 
14.00: Hil Meijer and Tracy Craig (UT) 
     Connecting mathematics education to engineering through contextual problems. 
14.30: Gerard Jeurnink and Mike Boldy (UT) 
     Educating creative masters in Art, Math and Technology 
15.00: Break with coffee and tea 
15.15: Ilse Bakker (TUD) 
     PRIME for Differential Equations 
15.45: Klaas Landsman (RU)
     Randomness? What randomness? 
16.30: Closing 
16.45: Borrel 
18.00: Supper

By clicking on the names you can see the presentations.

InterTU Study Day 2019 


Practical information

Organised by: University of Twente
Location: U-PARK hotel
Registration before October 9: here
Programme: download

Programme

10.30: Reception with tea and coffee 
10.55: Opening by Jan Willem Polderman 
11.00: Alisa Lochner (UT) 
     Design principles for digital testing in linear algebra 
11.30: Elly Korendijk (WUR) 
     Do video clips and online self-tests have added value in educating statistics? 
12.00: Jim Portegies (TUE) 
     Waterproof: a theorem checker turned into an educational tool for analysis 
12.30 – 14.00: Lunch at the UPark Hotel 
14.00: Hil Meijer and Tracy Craig (UT) 
     Connecting mathematics education to engineering through contextual problems. 
14.30: Gerard Jeurnink and Mike Boldy (UT) 
     Educating creative masters in Art, Math and Technology 
15.00: Break with coffee and tea 
15.15: Ilse Bakker (TUD) 
     PRIME for Differential Equations 
15.45: Klaas Landsman (RU)
     Randomness? What randomness? 
16.30: Closing 
16.45: Borrel 
18.00: Supper

By clicking on the names you can see the presentations.