Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, issue 1, 2008

Teaching Mathematics and its Applications has just published their first issue this year. The issue presents the following articles:

Chun-Yi Lee and Ming-Puu Chen
Bridging the gap between mathematical conjecture and proof through computer-supported cognitive conflicts
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications Advance Access published on October 1, 2007
Teaching Mathematics Applications 2008 27: 1-10; doi:10.1093/teamat/hrm014 [Abstract] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Kris Green and Allen Emerson
Reorganizing freshman business mathematics I: background and philosophy
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications Advance Access published on November 21, 2007
Teaching Mathematics Applications 2008 27: 11-23; doi:10.1093/teamat/hrm017 [Abstract] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Bulent Guven
Using dynamic geometry software to convey real-world situations into the classroom: the experience of student mathematics teachers with a minimum network problem
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications Advance Access published on December 11, 2007
Teaching Mathematics Applications 2008 27: 24-37; doi:10.1093/teamat/hrm018 [Abstract] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Billy J. Duke, Jerry F. Dwyer, Jennifer Wilhelm, and Barbara Moskal
Complex variables in junior high school: the role and potential impact of an outreach mathematician
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications Advance Access published on December 3, 2007
Teaching Mathematics Applications 2008 27: 38-47; doi:10.1093/teamat/hrm019 [Abstract] [PDF] [Request Permissions]

Chris Heys
Getting the best out of Excel

Teaching Mathematics and its Applications Advance Access published on August 6, 2007
Teaching Mathematics Applications 2008 27: 48-52; doi:10.1093/teamat/hrm013

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