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If I told you my phone number was (214) 314-4114, you instantly would recognize a pattern and might not need to write the number down. In this talk we discuss the objective description of the use of the demonstrations in Calculus III and the degree to which student and faculty perceptions of their effectiveness and objective are consistent. Critical to this framework is the need for mathematics teachers to construct a form of practice that fits with their students' ways of learning mathematics (Wood, Cobb, & Yackel, 1995). “The most basic responsibility of constructivist teachers is to learn the mathematical knowledge of their students and how to harmonize their teaching methods with the nature of that mathematical knowledge” (Steffe & Wiegel, 1992, p. 17).

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Publisher: Frank Schaffer Publications (May 2002)

ISBN: 0768208149

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