Tilting the classroom
journal contributionposted on 25.01.2018 by Lara Alcock
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This article describes and illustrates 12 simple ways to make large mathematics lectures more engaging. These include a variety of short-and-snappy activities, framed by organisational practices that support concentration and maintain a positive atmosphere. These practices can be implemented individually or in combination, with no need for a wholesale classroom restructure.
- Mathematics Education Centre