I'm sorry if I inadvertantly broke some sort of protocal with my last survey by being too anonymous. I'll try again. I'm a high school math teacher and graduate student at Villanova University working on my Graduate Seminar research. In general, I'm researching the impact of technology on calculus education. Right now, specifically, I'm looking into the effects of the calc-reform movement on undergraduate and graduate level math education. Would you please be so kind as to respond to the following questions, as briefly or as verbosely as you wish. Thanks very much. Dave Baker
1.How long have you been teaching, or when did you teach, calculus? 2.Would you consider yourself more of a "traditionalist" or a "progressivist"? 3.How much effect did the Calculus Reform movement have on your teaching? (none, very little, some, very much...) 4.How much technology have you used in your classroom? 5.Was the effect on your students possitive or negative? 6.Have the changes in calc. ed. affected your teaching of other courses? How? 7.Have the changes affected your colleagues' teaching styles? How? 8.Do you teach any graduate level math courses? 9.Has calc. reform affected these courses or the way you teach them? How? 10.Any additional thoughts or comments?