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Have you ever dreamed of teaching a precalculus level course where the algebraic manipulation is deemphasized and the emphasis is shifted to conceptual understanding and practical skills that directly apply to transfer classes? For students to learn concepts, students need to have the time to explore and make mistakes around the concepts (not the procedures). You can teach the same curriculum and make time for active learning and concept focus, but you do have to redesign the learning and assessment while looking at the objectives through a new lens.
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