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Effects of Computer Algebra Systems on Concept and Skill Acquisition in Calculus
Jeanette R. Palmiter
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education
Vol. 22, No. 2 (Mar., 1991), pp. 151-156
Published by: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/749591
Page Count: 6
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This study involving 78 subjects compared the performance of university students taught calculus using a computer algebra system to the performance of students using paper-and-pencil computations. Students who were taught calculus using a computer algebra system had higher scores on a test of conceptual knowledge of calculus than the students taught by traditional methods. Students in the computer class also had higher scores on a calculus computational exam using the computer algebra system than students in the traditional class using paper and pencil.
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education © 1991 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics