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+  A Model Course is a complete implementation of WeBWorK for a selection of standard courses. The intent of a model course is to provide an example that might be quickly adopted and utilized by a new user. 

−  ==What is a Model Course?== 

+  The following models can be reviewed by logging in to the appropriate course as a guest user. In this mode, problems can be viewed but answers will not be checked. Easy mechanisms for utilizing these models are currently under construction but anyone desiring to have the current set of problems should download the zipped up set of files available under each course. 

−  One of our goals is to create ''Model Courses''. By this, we mean a set of WeBWorK problem sets with problems that will match the course syllabus for one or more textbooks. 

+  As of August 2012, these are still under development. Please consider utilizing them with that understanding. If you have suggestions, please pass them along to the WeBWorK team. 

−  ==Contents== 

+  Some model courses are available for download at https://github.com/openwebwork/webworkmodelcourselibrary 

−  What should be in a Model Course: 

+  <p> 

−  * Information about the text(s) to which it is matched 

+  </p> __NOTOC__ 

−  * Information about the syllabus that it assumes 

+  == College Algebra == 

−  * The set definition files (or sets of set definition files) that provide the problem sets for the course 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

−  * Any problems that are developed to fill in gaps in the NPL 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/CollegeAlgebra  College AlgebraThe Standard CourseCollegeAlgebraLogo.png}} 

+  } 

−  ==Issues== 

+  == Develpmental Math == 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/BeginningAlgebra  Beginning AlgebraPreCollege Algebra Developmental CourseCollegeAlgebraLogo.png}} 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/DevelopmentalMath  Developmental MathThe Common Core Standards  Course Preparing Students for CollegeCollegeAlgebraLogo.png}} 

+  } 

−  * Naming conventions: how should we name sets and problems so that they are consistent (within the course) and useful? 

+  == Mathematics for Teachers == 

−  * Completeness: how much should the model courses be a complete set of problem sets and problems for a course? 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

−  * Can/should we have ''model units'' that combine to make a model course? 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/Math for Elementary Education  Math for Teachers  Traditional course for prospective Elementary Teachers Teacher2.png}} 

−  * How would these ''model units'' fit into the organizational structure? 

+  } 

−  * How can we include documentation that discusses how these materials are used? 

−  ** Can this be addressed with naming convention? 

−  ** Should it be addressed by organizational structure within the model? 

−  ==Organization== 

+  == Statistics == 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineMAA  Elementary Statistics  MAA  Elementary Statistics  Standard service course in prob/stats Statistics.png}} 

+  } 

−  How should all of these data be organized? A possible model: 

+  == PreCalculus == 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/Trigonometry  TrigonometryStandard approach starting with degrees Geometry.png}} 

+  } 

−  CourseName/ 

+  == Calculus == 

−  Textbook_Readme 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

−  Syllabus_Readme 

+  <! style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineCalculus Classic  Calculus Classic Calculus from a traditional approach Integral.png}} > 

−  Set_Definitions/ 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/Reform Calculus  Reform Calculus  Harvard CalculusCalculusreform.png}} 

−  sethomework0.def 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineModelCourses/Differential Calculus  Reform Differential Calculus  Harvard CalculusCalculusreform.png}} 

−  sethomework1.def 

+  <! } 

−  etc. 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" > 

−  Set_Headers/ 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineBusiness Calculus  Business Calculus Applied Calculus for Business Majors Integral.png}} 

−  setheader0.pg 

+  } 

−  setheader1.pg 

−  etc. 

−  Problem_Files/ 

−  prob01.pg 

−  prob02.pg 

−  etc. 

−  Hardcopies/ 

−  homework0.pdf 

−  homework1.pdf 

−  etc. 

−  == 
+  == Linear Algebra == 
−  +  {width = "100%" align="center" 

−  +  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectline ModelCourses/Linear_Algebra  Introductory Linear Algebra  Vectors, Matrices, Vector Spaces, Linear Transformations Linearalgebralogo.png}} 

+  } 

+  == Proof Courses == 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectlineIntroduction to Proofs  Foundations of MathematicsTruth Tables, Methods of Proofs, etc.Proof2.png}} 

+  } 

−  [[Category:PREP 2011]] 

+  == Differential Equations == 

−  [[Category:Events]] 

+  {width = "100%" align="center" 

+  style="width: 33%; borderwidth: 0px;"{{projectline ModelCourses/Ordinary_Differential_Equations  Ordinary Differential Equations  Ordinary Differential Equations, Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations, Laplace Transform Vectorfield.png}} 

+  } 

+  
+  
+  [[Category:Model_Courses]] 
Latest revision as of 09:11, 22 June 2021
A Model Course is a complete implementation of WeBWorK for a selection of standard courses. The intent of a model course is to provide an example that might be quickly adopted and utilized by a new user.
The following models can be reviewed by logging in to the appropriate course as a guest user. In this mode, problems can be viewed but answers will not be checked. Easy mechanisms for utilizing these models are currently under construction but anyone desiring to have the current set of problems should download the zipped up set of files available under each course.
As of August 2012, these are still under development. Please consider utilizing them with that understanding. If you have suggestions, please pass them along to the WeBWorK team.
Some model courses are available for download at https://github.com/openwebwork/webworkmodelcourselibrary
College Algebra

Develpmental Math


Mathematics for Teachers

Statistics

PreCalculus

Calculus



Linear Algebra

Proof Courses

Differential Equations
