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Self-Paced Instruction, Task-Based Learning, and Other 1:1 Uses in the Mathematics Classroom
Iowa 1:1 Institute (2015)
  • Clayton M. Edwards, University of Northern Iowa
Abstract
I am a middle level mathematics instructor with the goal of giving each student the best classroom experience possible. To ensure this outcome, I use a variety of methods including self-paced and task-based instruction via the technology our district possesses (1:1 Chromebooks). Not every student is able to learn at the same speed, so the self-pacing helps both ends of the spectrum. The mathematical tasks ensure that the concepts being taught can be applied in unique and interesting situations. I am a frequent writer/researcher who has many articles published dealing with these instructional methods. While I generally focus on mathematics, I enjoy providing 1:1 techniques and tips, as well as general ideas for good classroom practice that can help anyone. To learn more about myself or my classroom practices, visit my presentation link (tinyurl.com/1to1math) or any of the other links below. 
Keywords
  • 1:1 Learning,
  • Self-Paced Learning,
  • Task-Based Learning,
  • Mathematics
Publication Date
April, 2015
Citation Information
Clayton M. Edwards. "Self-Paced Instruction, Task-Based Learning, and Other 1:1 Uses in the Mathematics Classroom" Iowa 1:1 Institute (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/clayton_edwards/12/