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Resequencing Skills and Concepts in Applied Calculus Using the Computer as a Tool
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Journal for Research in Mathematics Education Volume 19, Number 1,

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During the first 12 weeks of an applied calculus course, two classes of college students studied calculus concepts using graphical and symbol-manipulation computer programs to perform routine manipulations. Three weeks were spent on skill development. Students showed better understanding of concepts and performed almost as well on routine skills. (PK)

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Heid, M.K. (1988). Resequencing Skills and Concepts in Applied Calculus Using the Computer as a Tool. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 19(1), 3-25. Retrieved October 14, 2019 from .

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