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E.S. Bell and R.N. Bell,
Writing and Mathematical problem solving: arguments in favor of synthesis.
School science and mathematics, March 1985, 210221.
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T. Berger and H. Keynes.
Everybody counts / everybody else.
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M. Heid.
Resequenceing skills and concepts in applied calculus
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S.K. Jain. and A. Gunawardena
Linear Algebra with Matlab Drills,
with complete electronic text on CD.
SpringerVerlag, New York, to appear Nov., 2000.
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S. Krantz.
How to Teach Mathematics  a Personal Perspective.
American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI,
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J. Kaput and P. Thompson.
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M. Williamson and D. McAndrew
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T. Young.
Technology in College Mathematics  A Simple Approach.
In preparation. Draft available at:
www.math.ohiou.edu/~young
.
Todd Young
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