"I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand."
- Chinese Proverb
Welcome to ProofSpace! The purpose of ProofSpace is to facilitate a flipped classroom for a mathematical bridge course, sometimes called an Introduction to Mathematical Proofs. ProofSpace is a single digital location for housing video lectures and screencasts, associated quizzes and problem sets, and other related material, and its content is primarily focused on topics to help bridge the theoretical gap between lower-level, computation-based math classes and upper-level, proof-based math classes. The topics and tools learned here will help students as they venture further along their mathematical education path and should provide them with the necessary skills to become successful mathematicians.
ProofSpace can also be a useful tool for students who want to review material they have already learned. Instructors can encourage students to use these resources within other courses as a means of reviewing prerequisite material.
Table of Contents
- Content Summary
- Sample Schedule (2 Days per week)
- Sample Schedule (3 Days per week)
- Suggested Grading Rubric for Formal Proofs (Chapters 1-2)
- Suggested Grading Rubric for Formal Proofs (Chapters 3-5)
- WeBWorK version of Comprehension Quizzes (must be used within WeBWorK)
ProofSpace by Aaron Heap and Suraj Uttamchandani, SUNY Geneseo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.