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Dr. Brian Winkel, Professor Emeritus, Mathematical Sciences, United States Military Academy, West Point NY USA and Director of SIMIODE. I cannot accept that mathematics be taught in a vacuum. Yes, mathematics is beautiful, be it pure or applied. However, in … Continue reading
A Framework for Integrating Conceptual and Procedural Understanding in the First Two Years of Undergraduate Mathematics
By Karen Keene and Nicholas Fortune, North Carolina State University One common instructional approach during the first two years of undergraduate mathematics in courses such as calculus or differential equations is to teach primarily analytic techniques (procedures) to solve problems and find … Continue reading