#### Presentation Title

#### Document Type

Presentation

#### Session Description

During the summer of 2016, three mathematics faculty members at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota collaborated on writing a textbook for a first-year math competency course, Elementary Mathematical Ideas. The textbook was written using Overleaf, an online LaTeX-based platform similar to Google Docs, and was implemented as part of a flipped classroom during the 2016−17 school year. We will share lessons learned from such a venture.

#### Keywords

Flipped Classroom, Textbook, Overleaf

#### Start Date

8-2-2017 1:30 PM

#### End Date

8-2-2017 2:00 PM

#### Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Kevin Dennis is an assistant professor of mathematics at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. He earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics with a Concentration in the Teaching of College Mathematics from Central Michigan University. He has been implementing the flipped classroom pedagogy since 2013.

Writing a Math Textbook: Flipped Out!

During the summer of 2016, three mathematics faculty members at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota collaborated on writing a textbook for a first-year math competency course, Elementary Mathematical Ideas. The textbook was written using Overleaf, an online LaTeX-based platform similar to Google Docs, and was implemented as part of a flipped classroom during the 2016−17 school year. We will share lessons learned from such a venture.