Blended learning project ends

Successes and lessons learned are being shared among the math community.
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End of 4TU.AMI project 'Blended Learning'

Within the 4TU.AMI Blended Learning project, joined forces (TU/e, TUD, UT and WUR) came together to bring blended learning of mathematics to the next level. In this 4-year project, it became clear that collaboration is crucial. Successes and lessons learned are being shared among the math community.

Focus

The Blended Learning project focused on:

  • Development of courses and related educational resources in the areas of Calculus, Linear Algebra and Statistics, as well as other mathematical topics
  • Implementation of blended learning formats in mathematics education
  • Development of digital assessment of mathematics
  • Development and introduction of ICT-tools for mathematics education
  • Dissemination of the results of the project

Events

Trends and innovations in mathematics education have been explored and discussed in meetings, in workshops, on InterTU Study Days and at the International Conference “Mathematics Education: the next decade and beyond” which was held in April 2019.

Challenge

Besides the increasing number of students at all universities, another challenge came up this year: to do as much off-campus teaching as possible. Online materials and corresponding tools, provided by the project, helped many lecturers to new ways of thinking, learning and acting. The future is now!

Please visit the project website for more information.

Date: 15 July 2020

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Blended learning project ends

End of 4TU.AMI project 'Blended Learning'

Within the 4TU.AMI Blended Learning project, joined forces (TU/e, TUD, UT and WUR) came together to bring blended learning of mathematics to the next level. In this 4-year project, it became clear that collaboration is crucial. Successes and lessons learned are being shared among the math community.

Focus

The Blended Learning project focused on:

  • Development of courses and related educational resources in the areas of Calculus, Linear Algebra and Statistics, as well as other mathematical topics
  • Implementation of blended learning formats in mathematics education
  • Development of digital assessment of mathematics
  • Development and introduction of ICT-tools for mathematics education
  • Dissemination of the results of the project

Events

Trends and innovations in mathematics education have been explored and discussed in meetings, in workshops, on InterTU Study Days and at the International Conference “Mathematics Education: the next decade and beyond” which was held in April 2019.

Challenge

Besides the increasing number of students at all universities, another challenge came up this year: to do as much off-campus teaching as possible. Online materials and corresponding tools, provided by the project, helped many lecturers to new ways of thinking, learning and acting. The future is now!

Please visit the project website for more information.

Date: 15 July 2020