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Re: Mathematica as a New Approach to Teaching Maths

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  • Subject: [mg127471] Re: Mathematica as a New Approach to Teaching Maths
  • From: Fred Simons <f.h.simons at tue.nl>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2012 04:58:36 -0400 (EDT)
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The following paper (written around 1995, I think) might be of some 
interest to you: http://alexandria.tue.nl/openaccess/Metis217845.pdf

Regards,

Fred Simons
Eindhoven University of Technology

Op 26-7-2012 9:32, amzoti schreef:
> Hi All,
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> I just watched what is probably considered a hot button topic issue by some from "Conrad Wolfram's recent TED talk "Stop teaching calculating, start teaching math".
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> I was wondering if any Mathematica users have ever explored this and how they may be approaching it.
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> I love the idea of teaching students to use Mathematica as an exploratory tool which allows them to ask what if questions for learning to problem solve and to ask better questions.
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> Has anyone developed or researched an approach to replace the traditional teaching methods (crank out silly answers) at any level?
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> It would be great if Mathematica could even suggest such as approach!
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> Anyway, would love to hear any feedback, pointers or ideas.
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> Sorry if this is off-topic!
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> Thanks
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