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Readings in innovative ideas in teaching collegiate mathematics. (English) Zbl 1248.97004
Lanham, MD: University Press of America (ISBN 978-0-7618-2325-4/pbk). xii, 177 p. $ 51.99; £ 31.95 (2002).

Publisher’s description: The book is a collection of papers contributed by professional mathematicians in the United States and Great Britain. The topics in this volume represent the pros and cons of implementing creative instructional styles such as cooperative learning and educational technology in classrooms. The main objective of this book is to share the implementation and outcomes of these experiments with the teachers of mathematics at all educational levels and help them to learn about different teaching strategies and how they might incorporate them in their classrooms.

The articles of this volume will not be reviewed individually.

MSC:
97D10Comparative studies on mathematics education
97C70Teaching-learning processes