# Learning and Teaching Making Math

## Learning and Teaching – How It Works

**Making Math flips the classroom:**

**Content **utilizes *Mathematica* as a part of the presentation driving students to experiment and explore.

**Students** work on homework, ask questions, hand-in work with explanations. Some homework (literacy sheets) are done by hand, but written up in Hilbert without the use of *Mathematica*.

**Instructors** grade and provide feedback (allowing students to redo homework if they wish).

## Making Math Content Structure:

**Basics:** the 30,000-foot conceptual view of the material.

**Tutorials:** tutorials on solving problems provide a deeper view of the concepts.

**Try it:** homework problems that utilize and depend on *Mathematica*. Students can solve some fairly complex problems here, which would not be possible in standard courses.

**Literacy Sheets:** homework problems that depend solely on the individual student’s knowledge. Hand calculations are done here, and also serve as the exam questions for the course.