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International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics (at the Undergraduate Level)

July 2002

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Number of papers: 3

  1. Conceptualizing the Realistic Mathematics Education Approach in the Teaching and Learning of Ordinary Differential Equations

    Oh Nam Kwon

    The undergraduate curriculum in differential equations has undergone important changes in favor of the visual and numerical aspects of the course primarily because of recent technological advances.... More

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  2. The Role of Visualization in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Analysis

    Miguel de Guzman

    This paper presents a brief introduction to the nature and different types of mathematical visualization. Some of the influences that visualization has had on the development of mathematics and its... More

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  3. "Life Wasn't Meant To Be Easy": Separating Wheat from Chaff in Technology Aided Learning?

    Peter Galbraith

    The paper commences by reviewing some of the issues currently being raised with respect to the use of technology in undergraduate mathematics teaching and learning. Selected material from three... More

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