Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Mathematical intelligencer.|
|Statement||compiled by Robin Wilson, Jeremy Gray.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Robin J., Gray, Jeremy, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||QA7 .M3235 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 488 p. :|
|Number of Pages||488|
|LC Control Number||98043867|
Approximately fifty articles that were published in The Mathematical Intelligencer during its first eighteen years. The selection demonstrates the wide variety of attractive articles that have appeared over the years, ranging from general interest articles of a historical nature to lucid expositions of important current discoveries. Each article is introduced by the editors. The remaining chapters of this book will address the various forms of mathematical communication, both comprehensive and expressive, and offer specific instructional strategies for helping students become competent communicators. We begin with mathematical conversations—or the skills of speaking and listening—in Chapter 2. For example, every student of advanced calculus should read Felipe Acker's essay on Stokes's theorem and the mean value theorem. This book makes a nice addition to any undergraduate mathematics collection that does not already sport back issues of The Mathematical Intelligencer. Upper-division undergraduates and up.". Mathematical Conversations Whole Class Discussions This semester we are video taping our IBL classes and as I am watching the videos I am reflecting (again) on .
Mathematical Conversations Selections from The Mathematical Intelligencer. Authors (view affiliations) Robin Wilson; Jeremy Gray. Featured Book of the Day. Mathematical Understanding of Nature: Essays on Amazing Physical Phenomena and Their Understanding by Mathematicians by V.I. Arnol’d. This collection of 39 short stories gives the reader a unique opportunity to take a look at the scientific philosophy of Vladimir Arnold, one of the most original contemporary researchers. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. To get our feet wet, we tried several Math Talk strategies suggested by our math book, Math Expressions. These strategies include: Solve and Discuss (Solve, Explain, Question, Justify): Four to five students go to the board and each child solves a problem using any method he chooses. Their classmates work on the same problem independently on.
Oct 30, · Read "Mathematical Conversations Multicolor Problems, Problems in the Theory of Numbers, and Random Walks" by E. B. Dynkin available from Rakuten Kobo. Combining three books into a single volume, this text comprises Multicolor Problems, dealing with several of the classic Brand: Dover Publications. Growing Mathematical Minds is the documentation of an innovative, bi-directional process of connecting research and practice in early childhood mathematics. The book translates research on early mathematics from developmental psychology into terms that are meaningful to teachers and readily applicable in early childhood classrooms. Mathematical conversations. Selections from the Mathematical Intelligencer. By Jeremy Gray, Robin Wilson. Contains forty articles published in The Mathematical Intelligencer during its first 18 years, each with an introduction by the editor. Download PDF (VIP members) Spread the love. Thanks for Sharing! Mar 14, · This fine book is a compilation of selected articles from The Mathematical Intelligencer, Springer's mathematical magazine "about mathematics, about mathematicians, and about the history and culture of mathematics". According to Springer's Web site, this magazine aims to "inform and entertain a broad audience of mathematicians, including many mathematicians who are not specialists in the.