Sunday, August 25, 2013
Study Guides for Mathematical Reasoning
Classes start tomorrow. I will be teaching one section of MTH 210 - Communicating in Mathematics (and two sections of Trigonometry). As I have indicated, I used a flipped or inverted classroom model last winter for MTH 210 and I will do so again. To help students with this method, I wrote study guides for each section of Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof. I wrote them specifically for my class including due dates, etc. For some reason, I wrote them using Word. I have now started to rewrite these using LaTeX in a more generic form that other people (including students) can use. So if you are interested, you can download a pdf file with study guides for the first six sections of the book. I will soon be adding these to the web site for the book and will be able to make the LaTeX source files available. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.