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Using Connected Curriculum Project Modules - Acknowledgment and References

Author(s): 
John Hannah

Acknowledgement

These CCP lab sessions were conducted while David A. Smith was visiting the University of Canterbury on an Erskine Fellowship. I would like to thank David for his advice and help in running the sessions.

References

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Bookman, J.  and D. Malone (to appear), "The nature of learning in interactive technological environments: a proposal for a research agenda based on grounded theory," Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education.

Boustead, T. M. (1999), Undergraduate algebraic skills and mathematical comprehension, Ph.D. thesis, University of Canterbury (NZ).

Boyce, W. E. and R. C. DiPrima (2001), Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems , John Wiley.

Heid, M. K., G. Blume, K. Flanagan, L. Iseri, W. Deckert, W. and C. Piez (1998), "Research on mathematics learning in CAS environments." In G. Goodell (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (pp. 156-160), Addison-Wesley.

Miles, M. B. and A. M. Huberman (1994), Qualitative Data Analysis (2nd ed.), Sage Publications.

Smith, D. A  (1998), "Renewal in Collegiate Mathematics Education,"  Documenta Mathematica, Extra Vol. ICM III (1998), 777-786.

Winter, D., P. Lemons, J. Bookman, and W. Hoese (2001), "Novice Instructors and Student-Centered Instruction: Identifying and Addressing Obstacles to Learning in the College Science Laboratory,"  Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning,  Volume 2, Number 1, July 2001.

JOMA

Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications

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