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How to create interactive exercises for Vector Calculus

Looking for interactive Vector Calculus exercises? Our online practice includes notation and algebraic checks. By creating exercises here, you help your students practice Vector Calculus. This ultimately leads to better results.

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Understanding and implementing remote active learning in 2021

Online classrooms and remote teaching are the new normal. But how do you stimulate students to keep practicing? In this article, we explain how active learning helps you motivate students, leading to better results in the long run.

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Community Teacher Days - editions 3.1 and 3.2!

On November 25th and 26th we hosted the third edition of Grasple Community Teacher Days! To connect to the distinct experiences of educators in different settings, this time around we hosted two separate sessions; one for University lecturers and one for educators from Applied Universities.

Read more about this Teacher Day here.

Seven visual patterns of collaboration

Grasple has been supporting communities of practice for over six years, and in this time we’ve seen collaboration take many different shapes. We’ve visualised seven distinct patterns of collaboration, which we’re excited to share with you.

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TU Delft releases 535 open exercises on Linear Algebra!

TU Delft and Grasple have worked together to make Linear Algebra content available to everyone for free. 535 online exercises have been made available at Grasple and can be accessed by anyone without the need to log in.

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A solution for training problem solving?

Pranab Mandal from University of Twente on how he trains students to develop problem solving skills using a systematic approach.

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In-Class Experiment: Cola Tasting

Can students taste the difference between regular cola and cola zero?

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