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Jerry Uhl

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Re: AP
Posted: Jan 31, 1996 11:42 PM
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At 9:03 PM 1/31/96 -0500, Mark Howell (Gonzaga wrote:

>I'd be interested in hearing what Jerry (or anyone
>else, for that matter!) thinks the new ideas are
>that we need to try to get at. Are there things we're *not*
>now trying to teach in Calculus that we should be trying to teach?
>What? And why?
>

Mark-
Instead of writing a huge amount, I'll refer you to the
Calculus&Mathematica web page. You can download the courseware and see what
we think a modern calculus course is.
http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu

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Jerry Uhl juhl@ncsa.uiuc.edu
Professor of Mathematics 1409 West Green Street
University of Illinois Urbana,Illinois 61801
Calculus&Mathematica Development Team
http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu

"Calculus, as currently taught, is full of inert material..."
----------------Peter Lax




Date Subject Author
1/31/96
Read AP
John A Benson
1/31/96
Read Re: AP
Jerry Uhl
1/31/96
Read Re: AP
Mark Howell (Gonzaga)
1/31/96
Read Re: AP
Jerry Uhl
9/21/04
Read Re: AP
nstahl@uwcmail.uwc.edu

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