The Mathematical Association of America has developed the Innovative Teaching Exchange in order to facilitate the exchange of interesting and compelling teaching resources from a wide range of educators. As their site indicates, "The intention is to encourage more experimentation with more methods than the traditional lecture/questions method." Currently, there are about a dozen articles available for consideration here, and they include titles such as "Flowcharting Proofs", "Engaging Students via In-Class Worksheets", and "In Search of the Elusive Matrix". Each article contains information on how to use each exercise in the classroom, and these materials will hopefully inspire readers to submit their own classroom-tested modules or activities.


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