skip to Main Content
“Limitless Ways To Talk About Limits: Communicating Mathematical Ideas In The Classroom”

Gucler, B. (2012). Limitless ways to talk about limits: Communicating mathematical ideas in the classroom. Mathematics Teacher, 105(9), 697-701.

Authors:
Beste Güçler, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Journal:
Mathematics Teacher, Volume 105, Issue 9, 2012, pp. 697-701

Abstract:
When communicating mathematical ideas to students, teachers must elaborate explicitly on the elements of their discourse. This article focuses on one instructor’s and his students’ discourse on limits in a beginning-level calculus classroom.

 

For more information on this article.

Back To Top