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Ballistocardiography in the Physics Classroom
ComputerAided Mathematics Instruction with
Mathematica
3.0
Differences in Learning Outcomes: Calculus&
Mathematica
vs. Traditional Calculus
Does Traditional or Reformed Calculus Prepare Students Better for Subsequent Courses?
Education Forum: Laboratories an Enhancement to Calculus
The Effects of a Calculus Course Based on the Computer Algebra System
Mathematica
on Subsequent Calculus Dependent Undergraduate Course Performance
Effects of Differing Technological Approaches on Students' Use of Numerical, Graphical and Symbolic Representations and Their Understanding of Calculus
Enhancing Sophomore Engineering Calculus with Computer Symbolic Algebra
Evaluating Student Understanding in a Calculus Course Enhanced by a Computer Algebra System
Experiments in Exposition with
Mathematica
3.0
Exploring Hermite Interpolation with
Mathematica
Exploring the Brachistochrone Problem
Frequencies of Digits In Factorials: An Experimental Approach
How to proceed in high school math by
Mathematica
The impact of
Mathematica
on mathematical education
An Interest Problem From Calculusand Much More
An introduction to the conjugate gradient method without the agonizing pain
Is the Mathematics We Teach the Same as the Mathematics We Do?
Let THEM Wow You!
Linear Algebra and Laboratories
Linear Transformations for Beginners
Mathematica
as a Conjecture Making and a Multimedia Tool
Mathematica
as part of a hypermedia learning environment
Mathematica
at the SecondaryTertiary Interface
Mathematica
Conversations 1: Sequences and
Mathematica
Mathematica
During Office Hours
Mathematica
for valuable and viable computerbased learning
Mathematica
in Abstract Algebra: The Inverse Galois Problem
Mathematica
in education: Old wine in new bottles or a whole new vineyard
Mathematica
in the Middle School and High School: An Aid to Solving Word Problems in Algebra I
Mathematica
Based Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: An Experimental Course
Mathematica
Based Mathematics for Elementary Teachers: The Role of Student Attitudes and Beliefs in an Experimental Course
Mathematics Laboratories for Science Undergraduates
Mathematics Laboratories for Science Undergraduates
A Microworld for Learning Abstract Algebra
NapoleonLike Properties of Spherical Triangles
New Tools for Linear Algebra
A new way of learning and understanding mathematics based on
Mathematica
3
One Mile Wide and One Inch Deep: Giving the Secondary Mathematics Curriculum More Depth with
Mathematica
Partial Fractions, Theory and Practice with
Mathematica
Polynomial Approximation Methods as Operational Calculi and Their Implementation in Program Medium of '
Mathematica
' System
Practical mathematics by computer
Problem Solving Using
Mathematica
Producing computerbased material for mathematics studies
Propagating
Mathematica
across the United States Air Force Academy curriculum
Prospective Teachers' Use of Computing Tools to Develop and Validate Functions as Mathematical Models
Rearrangement Patterns for the Alternating Harmonic Series
Reducing Tedium in Teaching and Learning
A remote tutoring system for algebra enhanced by
Mathematica
The significance of computer algebra for researching the geometry of the triangle
Some Thoughts on Calculus Laboratories
A Statistical Analysis on the Effectiveness of Using a Computer Algebra System in a Development Algebra Course
A Stroll Through the Gaussian Primes
Structuring Tutorials Using
Mathematica
: Educational Theory and Practice
Students and
Mathematica
: Tweaking
Mathematica
for a Calculus Laboratory
Summing Geometric Series Recursively
Sums of Cubes of DigitsDriven to Abstraction
Symbolic Geometry, Golden Spirals, and DescartesGeometry
Symbolic Manipulators Affect Mathematical Mindsets
A Teacher's Exploration of Personal Computer Animation for the Mathematics Classroom
Teaching a Modern Numerical Analysis Course; An Informal Introduction to
Mathematica
for Windows; Teaching a Modern Numerical Analysis Course
Teaching algebraic concepts using
Mathematica
Teaching Computation Abstract Algebra
Teaching Great Ideas of Mathematics with
Mathematica
Teaching with
Mathematica
The Ultimate Flat Tire
Using a Computer Algebra System to Solve for Maxima and Minima
Using
Mathematica
to Teach Bessel Functions
Using
Mathematica
to visualize New Concepts in Linear Algebra
Using the Attribute Hierarchy Method to Identify and Interpret Cognitive Skills that Produce Group Differences
Visualization and Students' Performance in Technologybased Calculus
Visualizations for Mathematics Courses Based on a Computer Algebra System
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