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The Professor in a Syllabus
     

The Professor in a Syllabus

by T.A. Mormino
 
Over thirty brief, easy to use, self teaching modules in Elementary Algebra and Arithmetic. The modules mimic a professor at a white-board and focus on teaching the concepts. The modules extend the classroom to anywhere, 24/7. Use at home to supplement the classroom/lab or catch-up on a missed lecture. Since the modules are independent, they may be used in any

Overview

Over thirty brief, easy to use, self teaching modules in Elementary Algebra and Arithmetic. The modules mimic a professor at a white-board and focus on teaching the concepts. The modules extend the classroom to anywhere, 24/7. Use at home to supplement the classroom/lab or catch-up on a missed lecture. Since the modules are independent, they may be used in any sequence, in whole/part. Excellent for a full semester or distance-learning course. A sample Syllabus is included.

This software evolved over a decade, and has earned a prestigious Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics. An actual assessment, and student testimonials with Pics, are viewable at:

www.tpias.com

A fully animated flash version of the modules is also available. As of this writing, there has been over 4000 student-hits to a subset of the mods, in one year.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012710673
Publisher:
Vision Alpha
Publication date:
12/26/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
14 MB
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This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

The author has over thirty years experience teaching remedial through advanced mathematics. In parallel, he completed a twenty-five year career with IBM Corporation. As a systems engineer, his territory consisted of many of the colleges and universities in the NY area.
The author also served several years as coordinator of The Center for Excellence in Learning Technologies(CELT). He collaborated with and guided faculty across the campus on implementing distance-learning courseware on the college Blackboard system. He has earned The 2009-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics and 2010-Dolphin Award for excellence in teaching.

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