Detailed Information on Publication Record
2007
Technological Challenges of Teaching Mathematics in a Blended Learning Environment
SOJKA, Petr and Roman PLCHBasic information
Original name
Technological Challenges of Teaching Mathematics in a Blended Learning Environment
Name in Czech
Technologické výzvy výuky matematiky v prostředí `blended learning'
Name (in English)
Technological Challenges of Teaching Mathematics in a Blended Learning Environment
Authors
SOJKA, Petr (203 Czech Republic, guarantor) and Roman PLCH (203 Czech Republic)
Edition
první. Hradec Králové, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, p. 2630, 2007
Publisher
Univerzita Hradec Králové
Other information
Language
Czech
Type of outcome
Stať ve sborníku
Field of Study
10101 Pure mathematics
Country of publisher
Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree
není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
References:
RIV identification code
RIV/00216224:14330/07:00019409
Organization unit
Faculty of Informatics
ISBN
9788070412855
Keywords in English
blended learning; teaching; mathematics; Maple; tex4ht; TeX; MapleNet; MathML; PDF; examination; digital typography
Tags
Tags
International impact, Reviewed
Změněno: 6/9/2007 15:32, doc. RNDr. Petr Sojka, Ph.D.
V originále
This paper describes the following technological aspects of blended learning of mathematics: effective preparation of electronic teaching materials suited for different students' needs, videotaping of mathematics lectures, automated (self)testing of subjects taught using the computer algebra system Maple and preparation of interactive teaching materials with the MapleNet technology. Authors describe results achieved during preparation and implementation of these challenges in a Calculus course taught at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno, in Autumn 2006.
In English
This paper describes the following technological aspects of blended learning of mathematics: effective preparation of electronic teaching materials suited for different students' needs, videotaping of mathematics lectures, automated (self)testing of subjects taught using the computer algebra system Maple and preparation of interactive teaching materials with the MapleNet technology. Authors describe results achieved during preparation and implementation of these challenges in a Calculus course taught at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University in Brno, in Autumn 2006.
Links
1ET208050401, research and development project 
