DAoM guest edits PRIMUS edition on "Using IBL in Mathematics for Liberal Arts"

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Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - 3:05pm

Dear Colleagues, Friends, & Supporters,

We are very excited that the Special Edition of PRIMUS, guest edited by our DAoM team, on "Using Inquiry-Based Learning in Mathematics for Liberal Arts Courses" has now been published online! Take a look to see what might inspire your work with students in the liberal arts.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction to the Special Issue, Philip K. Hotchkiss, Volker Ecke, Julian F. Fleron, and Christine von Renesse
  • Tailoring Modified Moore Method Techniques to Liberal Arts Mathematics Courses by Theron J. Hitchman and Douglas Shaw
  • Narrative Structure in Inquiry-Based Learning, L. Christine Kinsey and Teresa E. Moore
  • Inquiry-Based Learning and the Art of Mathematical Discourse, Christine von Renesse and Volker Ecke
  • Oulipo: Applying Mathematical Constraints to Literature and the Arts in a Mathematics for the Liberal Arts Classroom, Sloan Evans Despeaux
  • Moving Beyond Solving for “x”: Teaching Abstract Algebra in a Liberal Arts Mathematics Course, John Paul Cook
  • Improved Appreciation of Mathematics Through an IBL Liberal Arts Mathematics Course, Russell D. Blyth
  • Active Learning in a Math for Liberal Arts Classroom, Laurie Lenz