Here are some examples of undergraduate math courses that include communication:
- Math lab class:
M.I.T.’s Project Lab in Mathematics
- Undergraduate seminars:
Several sample seminars from M.I.T.
- Moore method and inquiry-based learning:
Examples from the literature
- Class on mathematical communication (e.g., to accompany research)
M.I.T.’s Principles of Mathematical Exposition
- Lecture-based math course with psets that include writing exercises:
M.I.T.’s Principles of Applied Mathematics
- Lecture-based math course with communication recitations
M.I.T.’s communication-intensive offering of Real Analysis
- See also the undergraduate courses described in the literature of presenting to learn, which includes classes that use inquiry-based learning.
For any math course that includes communication, here are some ideas to consider as you plan the term.