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Practical Mathematics by Computer

Author(s): T.A. Matveyeva

Abstract:
For several years the Chair of Higher Mathematics of the USTU and Ural- multimediacenter of USTU have been developing and using computer tech- nologies for math learning.

There is a conscious refusal to create our own software because of the high volume of programming and technologically which grows old.

We use well-known math software and use it to create learning environments.

This helps us to be flexible and independent from computer platforms and software, and allows fast progress in information technologies.

Mathematicais a system that help us to solve tasks during the lesson.

It's the best instrument for discovering of the creative talents of the teacher and students. 1 Introduction Today, with wide permeation of computer technologies in our life, any teacher and especially math teachers can expect a computer as an electronic assistant in the teachi...

Pages: 6
Size: 436 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/IMS970431

 

 

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