MAA Contributed Paper Session #13: Modeling-First Inquiry-Based Course Activities
Wednesday. 15 January 2020, 8:00 AM-10:55 AM
Wednesday. 15 January 2020, 2:15 PM -3:10 PM
Both at Room 502, Meeting Room Level, Colorado Convention Center
There will be twelve information and example filled presentations from which you can take away course activities for YOUR students.
Wednesday January 15, 2020, 8:00 a.m.-10:55 a.m.
Using Modeling in Introductory Differential Equations to Motivate Relevance, Positive Attitudes Toward Mathematics and the Transfer of Knowledge to Other Courses.
Bonnie S Moon*, Brigham Young University-Idaho
Paul Cox, Brigham Young Univeristy-Idaho
What does he X-BAR? Thinking about statistics, not just hearing about statistics: Getting students to engage in the process of learning and doing statistics.
John Z. Hossler*, Seattle Pacific University
Two Inquiry Based Learning Modeling Activities: The Warming of Cold Water in a Bottle and Using Phase Models to Describing Oscillating Populations.
Eli E Goldwyn*, University of Portland
SIR and Beyond: An Inquiry Based Approach to Modeling the Spread of Disease in an Introductory Differential Equations Course.
Jennifer L. Garbett*, Lenoir-Rhyne University
Dynamic Groundwater Flow Modeling Investigations with Excel.
Michael A. Karls*, Ball State University
Stability of random Perturbed Logistic Model.
Reza R Ahangar*, Texas A& M University - Kingsville, Texas 78363
Teaching Differential Equations with Modeling First.
Arati Nanda Pati*, University of St. Thomas
Comparing Symmetrical, Asymmetrical, and Parallel Modeling Projects.
Corban Harwood*, George Fox University
Empirical Models for Tropical Storm Windspeeds After Landfall--A Modeling Activity using Separable Equations.
Terrance L Pendleton*, Drake University
Wednesday January 15, 2020, 2:15 p.m.-3:10 p.m.
Using SIMIODE Scenarios to Drive a Differential Equations Course.
Carl Lienert*, Fort Lewis College
Throwing a ball can be such a drag.
Chris McCarthy*, Borough of Manhattan Community College City University of New York
Be sure to step out of the room -- good advice for teaching modeling.
Brian J Winkel*, Director, SIMIODE, Cornwall NY USA