The 18th SEFI Mathematics working Group Seminar 27rd – 29th June, Gothenburg, Sweden

Paper presentationsAlpers: Turning a standard statics task into a mathematical modelling opportunity: The case of the „tumbler task“Anastasakis: Do you really know what resources your students use to learn mathematics?Brandell: Using Maple as a tool when studying calculusBrekke: Embedding mathematics content within the electronics courses for engineering studentsCaridade: Lesson Moodle for a self-directed learning of mathematicsCarr: A project based learning approach to teaching Second order differential equations to EngineersDavis: The Development and Evaluation of On-Line Mathematical Resources for the Teaching and Learning of Calculus, and their Relation to Students’ Leaning PreferencesDemlova: On Transition from High School to UniversityFilipsson: Improved engagement and learning in flipped classroom calculusFradkin: Can artificial intelligence help engineering students develop their intelligence?Göbbels: A Blended Learning Scenario for Mathematical Preparation Courses – Video Based Learning and Matching In-Class LecturesHellblom: Innovation in mathematics education - a synthesis of the debateHenderson: Using electronic exams to provide engineering mathematics students with rapid feedbackJahan: Evaluating a course in mathematical modelling and problem solving from students’ perspectiveJancigova: Adaptive teaching of mathematics for engineering studentsKalus: Explorative Computer-Assisted Learning of Partial Differential Equations in a Mixed Group of Students from Mathematics and Engineering – Examples of Classroom PracticesLawson: The Developing Community of Practice in Mathematics Support in Higher Education in EnglandLennerstad: A calculus course in knowledge feedback formatLuchinskaya: Using Supplemental Instruction in teaching Mathematics for engineersMcLoone: UniDoodle: A Multi-Platform Smart Device Student Response System – Evaluated in an Engineering Mathematics ClassroomNamestnikova: Computer-aided assessment (CAA): An effective way of teaching, assessing and supporting engineering students at Brunel UniversityO'Sullivan: Models of re-engaging adult learners with mathematicsQueiruga-Dios: Case study: Acquisition of Mathematical Industrial Engineering competences during the first yearRinneheimo: Future mathematics – using technologies to improve mathematics teaching and learning in engineering studiesRønning: Computer aided assessment in mathematics courses for engineersSchaathun: Learning mathematics through classroom interactionSchmidt: Is it feasible to replace teachers by e-learning in introductory mathematics?Schwenk: Competent without competencies? Change of mathematics education at secondary school – the influence on the university entrance level.Thomas: Mathematics lecturers’ views on mathematical modelling: a quest for understanding the gap between research and practiceWatkins: The Future of Online Mathematics Teaching and AssessmentWedelin: Teaching modelling and problem solving with a set of realistic problemsWirthgen: Students’ understanding of the composition of functionsZetterqvist: Applied problems and use of technology in basic courses in probability and statistics – a way to enhance understanding and achieve a more positive attitudePostersAdolfsson: Blended Learning; a specific exampleBallance: Using Simple Tests to Identify Students Needing Support in Engineering MathematicsBarbas: The Hamburg MintFit Math TestBrkic: Project Assignments within Math/Geometry CoursesCaridade: Design and implement interactive modules of learning mathematics for engineering studentsCarr: Preparing students in second level education system for Engineering MathematicsCronin: Supporting Adult Learners transition to Higher Education via a Maths Support CentreLehtonen: Assessment of asylum seekers’ and immigrants’ mathematical competenceMossberg: An exploratory approach to engineering mathematics using GeoGebraNarkeviciene: The selection factors of deep versus superficial mathematics learning strategyPeters: An Investigation to determine if First Year Engineering Undergraduate Students suffer from Mathematics AnxietyQueiruga-Dios PO1: Malware propagation models: A challenge for engineering studentsQueiruga-Dios PO2: The Spanish identity card and real life applications as a realistic way to learn mathematics and software developmentRathmann: Flipped classroom in interdisciplinary courseRichtarikova: Enhancing the Ability to Identify and Use Mathematical ConceptsSakalauskaite: Model of passing mathematics course at the universitySteele: MECD : The Manchester Engineering Campus Development : with an angle for MathematicsThiele: Using online-assessment to improve learner-centered teachingThomas: TeStED – Transitioning without A2 level mathematics