Engaging and accessible, this volume tells the stories of how specific objects such as protractors, geometric models, slide rules, electronic calculators, and computers came to be used in classrooms, and how some disappeared.7 (Sept. 1989): 842. For Hermana#39;s comments, see Eugene Herman, aquot;Derive [sic], A Mathematical Assistant, aquot; American ... See also Keith O. Geddes, Gaston H. Gonnet, and Bruce W. Char, MAPLE Usera#39;s Manual ([Waterloo, Ont.]: University of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tools of American Mathematics Teaching, 1800–2000|
|Author||:||Peggy Aldrich Kidwell, Amy Ackerberg-Hastings, David Lindsay Roberts|
|Publisher||:||Johns Hopkins University Press - 2008-07-08|