Teaching Maths in the Time of Covid: The Good, the Bad and Missing Factors.
Keywords:emergency remote delivery, teaching and learning, mathematics
This paper looks at the (emergency) remote delivery of mathematics versus a traditional face-to-face approach in the context of the third level education ecosystem. We then describe the approach to the delivery we took and examine the students’ response in terms of engagement, resource choices, experiences and preferences. Deficiencies and positive aspects of emergency remote delivery are also discussed.
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