- Dates: 6 August 2019 1:00 pm - 6 August 2019 2:00 pm
- Time zone is AEST
- Categories: Access Grid Room seminars, Advanced Collaborative Environment seminars, Seminars
- Speaker: Daniel Mansfield (UNSW)
- Website: unimelb.zoom.us/j/787759102
Date & Time: Tuesday 6 August 2019, 1-2pm AEST (GMT+10)
Speaker: Daniel Mansfield (UNSW)
Title: Teaching mathematics with online tools and an ancient Mauritanian fatwa on inheritance for hermaphrodites
Abstract: NUMBAS is a free, open-source and highly versatile mathematics assessment package. At UNSW it has been used to create formative assessments that have improved student outcomes, and are highly regarded by the students themselves. This talk will give a brief overview of how NUMBAS is used at UNSW, followed by a demonstration of how to take advantage of the unique features of online teaching when writing a question. The question will be on first year permutations, but framed in the historical context of a real ancient Mauritanian fatwa on inheritance for hermaphrodites.
Location: Online via Zoom: unimelb.zoom.us/j/787759102
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