Tailoring Math Instruction Software to the Classroom
Mr. Dan Whitener
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Alabama in Huntsville
January 18, 2002
Currently, there is a trend to increase the use of Mathematics instruction software inside the classroom. Much of this software is designed to be the primary tool in student instruction and is internet dependent. Due to the current internet connectivity inadequacies, the user must create tailored software, used with the original software, to meet the specific needs of their class. This talk will be focused on the development of UAH tailored software created to augment Prentice-Hall Interactive Math software, used in UAH's Basic Algebra class.
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