Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.
The Uses of History in the Teaching of Mathematics
Florence D. Fasanelli, Mathematical Association of America email@example.com
Victor J. Katz, University of the District of Columbia firstname.lastname@example.org
V. Frederick Rickey, Bowling Green State University email@example.com
- Begin at the Beginning: Combining Euclid in Translation With a Conventional Text
Mark S. Foskey, Jacksonville University
- Back to the academic year 1851-2.
Etienne Archinard, College de Saussure, Geneva, Switzerland
- The use of Historical Numeration Systems in the South Dakota Native Americans Mathematics Enhancement Program
A. S. Elkhader, Northern State University
- Using History to Provide Context
Janet H. Barnett
- Euler's Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem for n=3.
Peter R. Flusser, Kansas Wesleyan University
Charles B. Pierre, Clark Atlanta University
- Cauchy's Proof of the Power Rule: A Project for Real Analysis.
Maureen T. Carroll
- Using Original Sources to Teach the Logistic Equation: A Module
Bonnie J. Shulman, Bates College
- A non-traditional course in the history of mathematics
Elizabeth Mayfield, Hood College
- Pascal and the Problem of the Points
Ruth Rebekka Struik, University of Colorado, Boulder
- The role of History and Context in shaping Scholarship and Education in Mathematics
Alphonse Buccino, Contemporary Communications, Inc.
- Project-Based Investigations with Portfolio Assessment in a History of Mathematics Course for Teachers.
David Dennis, University of Texas at El Paso
- Preparing Elementary Mathematics Educators Using the History of Mathematics and Mathematics Education.
Nkechi M Agwu, BMCC, CUNY
- Writing Assignments in a History of Mathematics Course
Leon M. Cohen, Hampden-Sydney College
- Which came first, the Airy equation or the Airy function?
David J Barsky
- An Historical Approach to the Central Limit Theorem
Amy L. Rocha, San Jose State University
- History and Problem Solving
- Using Original Sources in Discrete Mathematics
Herbert E. Kasube, Bradley University
- Using Original Sources to Enhance the Introductory Real Analysis Course
Phillip E Johnson, UNC Charlotte
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