# Enhancing University Mathematics: Proceedings of the First KAIST International Symposium on Teaching

### About this Title

**Ki Hyoung Ko**, *Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea* and **Deane Arganbright**, *Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea*, Editors

Publication: CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education

Publication Year
2007: Volume 14

ISBNs: 978-0-8218-4194-5 (print); 978-1-4704-2359-9 (online)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/cbmath/014

MathSciNet review: MR2381114

MSC: Primary 00B25; Secondary 00A35, 97-06

### Table of Contents

**Front/Back Matter**

**Articles**

- Ki Hyoung Ko – Mathematics in general education at KAIST
- Deborah Hughes Hallett – Harnessing the enthusiasm of our best and brightest students for mathematics
- Thomas Banchoff – Interactive geometry and multivariable calculus on the internet
- Christine Stevens – Helping new mathematics faculty to develop into successful teachers and scholars
- William G. McCallum – Computer algebra and human algebra
- Solomon Friedberg – Teaching mathematics graduate students to teach: An international perspective
- Erich Neuwirth – Computers supporting mathematical insight—two case studies
- T. M. Mills and Peter Sullivan – Mathematics—at your service
- H. Arikan – A leverage in learning
- Oh Nam Kwon – Towards inquiry-oriented mathematics instruction in the university
- Warren Page – The influence of technology on mathematics instruction: Concerns and challenges
- Chi-Kwong Li – Research experiences with undergraduates: A discussion from the mathematical educational point of view
- James Sandefur – Problem solving: What I have learned from my students
- Ulrich Kortenkamp – Guidelines for using computers creatively in mathematics education
- Leon H. Seitelman – Suggestions from the real world on improving math education
- Robert S. Smith – Spreadsheets in the mathematics classroom
- Alexander Stanoyevitch – Incorporating MATLAB® into university mathematics programs
- Elena Varbanova – A CAS supported environment for learning and teaching calculus
- Gabrielle Uchida – Experience with blended learning: IT support inside the classroom and beyond
- Sung-Ock Kim – On the mathematics courses for social science majors
- S. O. Shilova and N. V. Shilov – On mathematical contents of computer science contests
- Masahiro Narita – Curriculum for teaching how mathematics is applied to real world in teacher education course at a Japanese college
- Deane Arganbright, Erich Neuwirth and Robert S. Smith – Workshop in Excel