Focus on Calculus
A Newsletter for the Calculus Consortium Based at Harvard University
Winter 1997, Issue No. 12

IN THIS ISSUE
Preparing TAs to Teach Reformed College Algebra at the University of Missouri
Sandi Athanassiou

Calculus in Inner City High Schools: Equity and Reform
Robert W. Case

"New and "Old" Calculus:
Student Reactions and Comments

Sheldon P. Gordon

Brief Calculus for Business, Social Sciences, and Life Sciences
Patti Frazer Lock

Global Review Faults U.S. Curricula
Gretchen Vogel

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From the Publisher

The Sixth Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics is coming up fast. New this year are hands-on 90-minute workshops that will run in parallel with the program and contributed papers. The Conference will make use of state-of-the-art computer labs through the University of Wisconsin to feature computer-based tools as well as other methods in these workshops.

Calculus, Second Edition
Coming in October 1997 is Calculus, Second Edition, by Hughes-Hallett, Gleason, et al. The new edition of this best-selling text will be available for Winter 1998 classes, but users of the current edition will enjoy a special benefit this fall. Students will be able to purchase Calculus, First Edition, with the Calculus Connections CD-ROM for only $5 (net) more than the price of the text. Calculus Connections is a multimedia tool (for Windows) that uses interaction, graphics, and real-world situations to engage students in applying mathematics. To order the specially-priced duo for fall, specify ISBN# 0-471-19192-2 when placing your order with the bookstore. (This offer is also available with all other Wiley Calculus texts.)

Reform Book News
Multivariable Calculus, First Edition, and Brief Calculus for Business, Social Sciences, and Life Sciences, Preliminary Edition are now available for classroom use. The forthcoming Precalculus text featured in our last issue has undergone a title change and will appear as Functions Modeling Change: A Preparation for Calculus, Preliminary Edition in time for fall classes. The Draft Version is now available for review by those who are considering adopting the Preliminary Edition for Fall, 1997, classes.

For information about any of these texts, or to request a review copy, please contact your Wiley representative, or send e-mail to math@wiley.com. See you in Milwaukee!



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