What Happens in Class?
Alicia Collins of Mesa Community College and Denise Nunley of Scottsdale Community College discuss ideas for replacing the traditional lecture in the liberal arts math course with engaging instructional activities.
Alicia Collins, Mesa Community College
Denise Nunley, Scottsdale Community College
Making the content in your liberal arts math course relevant and giving your students hands-on activities can enhance conceptual learning. This presentation will walk participants through ideas for replacing the traditional lecture in the liberal arts math course with engaging instructional activities that are relevant and necessary beyond the classroom. Using a statistics module as the example, we will discuss several ready-to-go activities you can implement in your liberal arts course and shed light on the in-class portion of a flipped classroom model.