Innovative Approaches to Undergraduate Mathematics Courses Beyond Calculus

edited by Richard J. Maher ’65 (The Mathematical Association of America)


A look at new methods for the mathematics instructor who wants to challenge, encourage and captivate students. The different essays showcase approaches that include various classroom techniques and discussions of topics not often found in a mathematics class.

The book is designed for instructors who teach a course beyod first-year calculus, offering tips on how to make teaching upper-level courses more attractive and beneficial to students.

(April 2006)