Notes 1. Small post-publication edits made on 14 June to improve flow and clarity. 2. This post has been republished on the London Mathematical Society's De Morgan Forum, and as an Education's Digital Future reading by Stanford's Graduate School of Education.
About a month ago I finished Keith Devlin’s 10 week introduction to mathematical thinking course. This report supplements the one I published in April, which I’d based on my experience and observations during the first six weeks of the course.
In what follows I will not repeat the earlier report's description of the how the course worked.
Comments, questions and corrections welcome.
1. The numbers. With commendable openness, Keith Devlin reported the following data in his 3 June 2013 The MOOC will soon die. Long live the MOOR:
Total enrolment: 27,930