Great initiative! Hope I can follow very soon with something worthy
“Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof” by Ted Sundstrom.
Open Book, that is the future!
A report that outlines four basic strategies governments in the developed and developing world can pursue to meet these challenges: improve, reinvent, supplement and transform schools and learning.
Interesting to read and think about
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Is it for every body so natural and easy to transform our selves into self-organized and networked learners????
“In a world where increasing amounts of information and knowledge are available, what matters is the ability to create and attend to that which is good and relevant”
Ziyad Marar: Creating Scholarly Knowledge in the Digital Age. Debating Open Access
It was considered that some historical insight into the study of curves by Newton, his persistent attempts to ‘resolve problems by motion‘ and his study of the curves via the readings of Descartes and van (1615-1660), and their description of dynamic generation of curves was crucial to his later work on fluxions and subsequently his formulation of calculus