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Jonker, Leo – PRIMUS, 2008
It is possible to get prospective elementary school teachers to learn interesting mathematics well by not only requiring that they learn the material in a mathematics course but also requiring that they teach it as part of an enrichment program at the middle school level. This article discusses the reasons for such a course, and describes a…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Enrichment Activities, Elementary School Teachers, Enrichment
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Haws, LaDawn – Primus, 1992
Hypermedia provides an easy-to-use option for adding visualization, via the computer, to the classroom. Some examples of this medium are presented, including applications in basic linear algebra and calculus, and a tutorial in electromagnetism. (Author)
Descriptors: Calculus, College Mathematics, Computer Assisted Instruction, Enrichment Activities
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Zarzycki, Piotr – Primus, 1992
Presents eight techniques for teaching undergraduate mathematics whose main aims are (1) learning how to pose problems in an easier and more attractive form; (2) fostering usage of mathematical symbolism; and (3) checking the level of comprehension of the principal ideas. Examples illustrate each technique. (Author/MDH)
Descriptors: Competition, Elementary Secondary Education, Enrichment Activities, Higher Education