Discovering the Art of Mathematic
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|Fleron, Julian, et al.|
|Resources to help mathematics faculty teach the subject to liberal arts and humanities undergraduates by actively involving them in authentic mathematical experiences that "provide meaningful cognitive and metacognitive gains, and nurture healthy and informed perceptions of mathematics, mathematical ways of thinking, and the ongoing impact of mathematics." Supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Discovering the Art of Mathematics (DAoM) freely offers videos of inquiry-based learning (IBL) and guided-discovery investigations, as well as downloadable learning guides on the mathematics of art and sculpture; dance; games and puzzles; knot theory; music; the infinite; truth, reasoning, certainty, and proof; and more.|
|Resource Types:||Video, Books|
|Math Topics:||Infinity, Patterns/Relationships, Calculus (Single Variable), Euclidean Plane Geometry, Number Theory, Knot Theory, Art, Music|
|Math Ed Topics:||Interdisciplinary/Thematic Studies, Workshops/Inservice/Training|
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