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Studio calculus/physics: Interdisciplinary mathematics with active learning
Integrated mathematics: choices and challenges (2003)
  • Karen A. Marrongelle, Portland State University
  • D. Meredith
  • K. Black
Abstract
This book focuses on the teaching of meaningful, significant, and useful mathematics using an integrated approach, which will enable students to view ideas from more than one perspective and use a variety of tools and approaches in trying to understand new topics or solve problems. It helps educators of all levels to understand the nature of teaching mathematics in this approach and guides them as they plan, implement, and assess curricula for integrated mathematics. Examples and information on how to plan for, implement, and assess curricula are also included.
Keywords
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching,
  • Mathematics -- Curricula
Publication Date
2003
Editor
Sue Ann McGraw
Publisher
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
ISBN
0873535308
Publisher Statement
Copyright © 2003, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Citation Information
Marrongelle, K., Meredith, D., & Black, K. (2003). Studio calculus/physics: Interdisciplinary mathematics with active learning. In, McGraw, S. A. (Ed.), Integrated mathematics: choices and challenges (pp. 103-115). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.