History


Help on query formulation
Teaching linear algebra new ways. (English)
Carlson, D. et al., Resources for teaching linear algebra. Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC (ISBN 0-88385-150-4). 71-83 (1997).
This paper tells the story of how the author’s teaching of linear algebra has changed and why. It discusses the ideas from the Linear Algebra Curriculum Study Group’s Williamsburg Workshop that affected her, her use of computer exercises and applications, and what she does differently in the classroom and in testing. It is full of practical advice about what seems to work and not work for her.
Classification: D45
Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Valid CSS!