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Seeing is Believing: Using Computer Graphics to Enthuse Students

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We believe that the visually rich medium of computer graphics is an excellent topic for teaching mathematics and computer science, and it can help to draw in students disaffected by traditional teaching approaches. Our argument is not that our current teaching approaches are invalid and we should abandon abstract thought in mathematics and computer science. Instead that we should broaden the appeal of these disciplines and seek to be more inclusive. Therefore, we discuss a couple of strategies we have applied that revolve around computer graphics as the topic and medium for retaining students and restoring interest in those students we have already lost

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 6 )