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We describe an organising principle for online learning materials we term coherently organised digital exercises and expositions. Larger in scale than individual lessons but smaller than a programme of study, this innovation in instructional practice is increasingly guiding our thinking in the development of university mathematics courses. Essentially we have taken the book and put it inside automatically assessed online quizzes. In doing this we embrace the potential provided by new technology to implement evidence-based practices such as spaced retrieval practice. This paper discusses details of this innovation, and how we have implemented it. On the basis of these experiences, we believe this innovation has the potential to change the model of education for university mathematics courses in substantial and non-trivial ways.
|Early online date||7 Dec 2021|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Aug 2022|
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Supporting transition to university mathematics with blended learning
Kinnear, G., Gratwick, R., Bailey, T., Forrester, R. & Wood, A.
3/05/19 → 31/03/21
Project: University Awarded Project Funding