Moving Beyond Myths: Revitalizing Undergraduate Mathematics

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Over the next decade, the mathematical community and the nation's colleges and unversities must restructure fundamentally the culture, content, and context of undergraduate mathematics. Acknowledging the weaknesses in the present college mathematics curriculum and the ways in which it is taught, this book cites exemplary programs that point the way toward achieving the same world-wide preeminence for mathematics education that the United States enjoys in mathematical research.
Moving Beyond Myths sets forth ambitious goals for collegiate mathematics by the year 2000 and provides a sweeping plan of action to accomplish them. It calls on mathematics faculty, their departments, their professional societies, colleges and universities, and government agencies to do their parts to implement the plan, help the public move beyond commonly held myths about mathematics, and bring about a revitalization of undergraduate mathematics.

Title: Moving Beyond Myths: Revitalizing Undergraduate Mathematics

Author Name: Committee on the Mathematical Sciences in the Year 2000, Mathematical Sciences Education Board, National Research Council

Categories: Math Soft Cover,

Publisher: National Academies Press: January 1991

ISBN Number: 0309044898

ISBN Number 13: 9780309044899

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Used - Good

Seller ID: 359686

Description: 65 page stapled wraps. Light edge and cover wear. Unmarked pages. All Orders Shipped With Tracking And Delivery Confirmation Numbers.