Simulating Real Analysis-Honors Calculus in a sociocultural context

  • Kyriakos Petakos

Abstract

The sociocultural theory of learning has a tremendous clout in every branch of science, especially in mathematics .We try to reveal how a real analysis class experiences the benefits of a teaching approach based on the aforementioned learning theory. Predominant concepts that motivated us to do so are the fundamental Cauchy property and the Cesaro summability

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Published
2015-12-16
How to Cite
Petakos, K. (2015). Simulating Real Analysis-Honors Calculus in a sociocultural context. Experiences of Teaching With Mathematics, Sciences and Technology, 1(2). Retrieved from https://www.edimast.it/index.php/edimast/article/view/16
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Experiences & Research Articles