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Geometry professionalized for teachers.
Halbert Carl Christofferson
by [The author in Oxford, Ohio
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|Pagination||vi, 204 p. diag.|
|Number of Pages||204|
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Geometry Professionalized for Teachers. Christofferson, Halbert Carl Written inthis book grew out of the author's concern that college matehmatics sequences of the day, although appropriate in algebra preparation, did not adequately prepare teachers of by: 2.
Get this from a library. Geometry professionalized for teachers. [Halbert Carl Christofferson]. Written inthis book grew out of the author's concern that college matehmatics sequences of the day, although appropriate in algebra preparation, did not adequately prepare teachers of geometry.
This book describes a course intended to remedy this by providing for both a comprehensive study of geometry as an axiomatically defined. Full text of "ERIC ED Geometry Professionalized for Teachers." See other formats. and have:professionalized them, to make them better- suited to their.
uses. A corresponding professionalization is necessary in the courses. for prospective teachers, if they are to prepare adequately. for high-school teaching. Such a riiodificgion is eminently necessary for teachers of high-school geometry.
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