1. A Case for Curriculum Change.- Mathematics In Today's Community College.- Let's Keep the "College" In Our Community Colleges: Mathematics for College Transfer.- A New Start for Mathematics Curriculum.- Mathematics as a Course of Problem Solving- Then and Now.- 2. Technical Mathematics.- Technical Mathematics: A Dilemma.- Occupational Education and Mathematics: Ownership Makes the Difference.- Technical Mathematics in Two-Year College Programs.- 3. Endangered Curriculum Elements.- Reflections on Basic Mathematics Programs in the Two-Year College.- Liberal Arts Mathematics-Cornerstone or Dinosaur?.- Statistics in the Two-Year College Curriculum.- 4. New Curricula and New Tools.- It's Going to Happen Anyway....- Discrete Topics in the Undergraduate Curriculum: How Big a Step Should We Take?.- Calculators Do More than Compute.- The Lessons of Williamstown.- Style Versus Content: Forces Shaping the Evolution of Textbooks.- 5. The Learning of Mathematics.- Research in the Learning of Mathematics: Some Genuinely New Directions.- Knowledge Transmission and Acquisition: Cognitive and Affective Considerations.- 6. Faculty Renewal and Professionalism.- Relevancy and Revitalization: Retaining Quality and Vitality in Two-Year College Mathematics Faculty.- The Academic Training of Two-Year College Mathematics Faculty.- Current Continuing Education Needs of Two-Year College Faculty Must be Met!.- 7. Coordinating Curriculum Change.- Coordinating Curriculum in Two-Year Colleges with Baccalaureate Institutions.- Some Reflections on the Interaction of Mathematics Programs at Two- and Four-Year Colleges.- Mathematics Programs in High Schools and Two-Year Colleges.
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