On-Line Option: This course will be available in either on-campus or on-line format in Spring 2014. Anyone interested in enrolling in the on-line format should contact the instructor.
Last Modified on October 28, 2013
This is the web site page devoted to EMAT 6690 Using Computers in Mathematics Instruction, at the University of Georgia as led by Jim Wilson.
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EMAT 6690 Documentation
- EMAT 6690 Syllabus - General information about the objectives and operation of the course. The course will be developed around the production of essays and instructional units that are displayed on each student's Web Page.
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- Instructional Unit ideas
- Some Essays
- Some Instructional Units
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