Teaching and Learning of Calculus
by David Bressoud, et al.
Publisher: Springer Open 2016
Number of pages: 44
This survey focuses on the main trends in the field of calculus education. Despite their variety, the findings reveal a cornerstone issue that is strongly linked to the formalism of calculus concepts and to the difficulties it generates in the learning and teaching process. An extended bibliography with some of the most important references on this topic is included.
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