Orlando Meetings: Presentation Summary


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This is the summary of a presentation given at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 10-13, 1996, Orlando, Florida.

Some Psychological Aspects
of Developing Computer Based Instruction
in Undergraduate Advanced Mathematics

The paper deals with research on teaching advanced math using theory of stage-by-stage development of actions. Since this theory is not very well known outside Russia, the fundamentals of it are explained. The course "Fundamentals of Algebra and Analysis "is used as a model for demonstrating methods of computer based instruction. Theoretical and experimental research shows data bases and bases of knowledge (complete with a designed interface) can serve as construct frameworks for implementation of basic theses and prescriptions of the stage-by-stage theory of developing mental actions in organizing interactive computer oriented instruction of abstract mathematics

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Mikhail Bouniaev
Southern Utah University
Math/CS Department
351 W. Center
Cedar City, Utah, USA, 84720

E-mail: BOUNIAEV@SUU.EDU

Moscow Pedagogical State University
Department of Mathematical Analysis
Moscow, Russia


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