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Science and technology in the workplace a decade of experimentation with post-calculus H.S. Math

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Rodgers, G. ; Thomas Jefferson High Sch. for S&T, Fairfax, VA, USA ; Jones, G.

Summary form only given. Professional engineering societies have a long history of bridging the critical seam between workplace need and student classroom content. Four decades ago, all societies participated in a successful move to introduce calculus into secondary school curricula, responding to challenges and threats of the Cold War. Today's workplace has since evolved beyond analog-continuous data processing to deal with digital-discrete sampled data. Calculus continues its role but it needs step-extensions for modern workplace applications. Here, the author describes how applied mathematics is of lasting utility to science and technology as it relates to a societal problem set of dynamic solutions

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Frontiers in Education Conference, 1997. 27th Annual Conference. Teaching and Learning in an Era of Change. Proceedings.  (Volume:3 )

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5-8 Nov 1997

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