- have knowledge of and experience with a range of mathematical and scientific processes of thought that are of essential importance in developing a deep understanding of topics in mathematics and science.
- be able to analyse and develop classroom and digital activities that support the development of mathematical and scientific methods of thought by others.
- gain experience in written and oral methods of communication of topics in mathematics and science, including critiquing and offering feedback to others.
- gain knowledge of a wide range of real-world applications of mathematics and physics, thereby being able to make representations on the important role that mathematics and science plays within society.
The course consists of three components:
- The development and use of exciting and joyful classroom activities to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills in mathematics and physics, through a process of inquisitive exploration, experimentation, and discovery.
- The development and use of digital resources in GeoGebra and Desmos to help students gain a deeper understanding of concepts in mathematics and physics.
- A series of guest lectures by invited experts about real-world applications of mathematics and physics that are of current and future importance to society.
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If a student fails the course she/he has to repeat the course the next time the subject is lectured.
Vilkår for å gå opp til eksamen/vurdering
Attendance at a minimum of half of the computer-based sessions (6 sessions or more).
Attendance at a minimum of half of the guest lecture sessions (6 sessions or more).
Peer feedback report on draft version of another student's project report.
Oral presentation of material covered in the project report.
Hall J & Lingefjärd T, Mathematical Modeling: Applications with GeoGebra, 1st ed (2016), Wiley
Sist oppdatert: 17.06.2019