Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics

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Imperial College Press, 1998 - Education - 266 pages
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Research into the teaching and learning of mathematics in higher education is in its infancy as a recognized academic field, and little has been published to inform and assist those teaching the subject. However, interest is growing in teaching quality, in the training of teaching assistants, and in staff development. This book makes available a wide selection of material on mathematics teaching and learning -- purpose, curriculum design, teaching methodology and specific material -- produced at a series of working conferences, it will be useful to all teachers and tutors of mathematics in higher education.

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Appleby is of Newcastle University.

Philip Maher grew up in Ireland, where he mastered the art of dry fly fishing for wild brown trout on slow-moving water, where presentation and accuracy are essential. He won the first of many Munster Juvenile River Championships at the age of 8, going on to win All-Ireland Senior at the age of 20. He was Captain of the Irish Team in the 1996 World Championships in the Czech Republic, finishing top Irish rod. He's an FFF Master and an APGAI instructor.

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