Calculus&Mathematica is an exciting new way to learn calculus, differential equations, and matrix theory. Students are no longer bound to the traditional classroom setting, nor do they even need to be on a college campus. Students gain valuable hands-on experience in practical calculus problems with the help of Mathematica. Instead of using rote memorization, students in Calculus&Mathematica use experimentation and real-time visualization to learn fundamental calculus concepts and ideas.
Eis paginas de algumas pessoas ligadas 'a Reforma do Calculo nos EUA:
David A. Smith das@math.duke.edu, Co-Director, Project CALC, Department of Mathematics, Duke University, Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320, Phone: (919) 660-2825,FAX: (919) 660-2821
Paul Zorn zorn@stolaf.edu Department of Mathematics, St Olaf College, 507-646-3414 office, 1520 St Olaf Avenue 507-646-3968 fax, Northfield Minnesota 55057-1098
Jerry Uhl juhl@ncsa.uiuc.edu Professor of Mathematics-Calculus&Mathematica Development Team-University of Illinois-Urbana,Illinois
David Marius Bressoud DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Ph.D., Temple University
Martin Flashman Department of Mathematics, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA 95521, EMAIL: mef2@axe.humboldt.edu, flashman@axe.humboldt.edu
Ed Dubinsky Department Mathematics & Computer Science, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, 30303, (404) 897 -1401,(edd@cs.gsu.edu)
R. L. Richardson RICHARDSONRL@conrad.appstate.edu
Matthias Kawski Department of Mathematic, Arizona State University, kawski@math.la.asu.edu
Wm C Bauldry wmcb@math.appstate.edu-Math. Sciences-Appalachian State Univ-Boone, NC
Alan H. Stein stein@math.uconn.edu
Chuck Lindsey Assistant Professor of Mathematics, USF--Fort Myers, clindsey@fgcu.edu, Research Interests: Random Walks, History of Math, Mathematics Education
A Jorge Garcia Applied Mathematics, Baldwin SHS, Nassau CC & SUNY Farmingdale, K12BAGJA@vaxc.hofstra.edu, GARCIAAJ@snyfarva.bitnet, 71232.2751@compuserve.com, MRGARCIA@mcimail.com
Professor M. J. Winter email: winter@mth.msu.edu, Department of Mathematics, fax: 517.432.1562 Michigan State University, telephone: 517.353.6337 East Lansing, MI 48824. If you look at Math 132, section 1 you'll see the course description (with HP38, TI-82 or TI-85) with the grading policy explained.
Cornelio Hopmann cornelio@uni.rain.ni, Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria, Facultad de Electrotecnia y Computacion, Avenida Universitaria, Managua Nicaragua, Apartado Postal 5595