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Pages: 1926-1931
Publication year: 2014
ISBN: 978-84-616-8412-0
ISSN: 2340-1079

Conference name: 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 10-12 March, 2014
Location: Valencia, Spain

THE TEACHING OF DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA DISTANCE: LIMITS AND POSSIBILITIES

C. Cargnin, E.C. Araújo, P.P. Gasparin, A. Sandman

Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (BRAZIL)
The offer of Differential and Integral Calculus and Analytical Geometry and Linear Algebra disciplines in semipresencial mode, is guided by the idea that new ways of promoting the teaching and learning must occur in the academic context . Currently, the distance education, or the use of Virtual Environments for Teaching and Learning, have contributed significantly to attend a growing contingent of students, since they are many features of the new technologies of information and communication, effectively provide an interaction between teacher and student. This fact defy the professionals of education, leading them to think about new models of teaching and learning that are needed, and also considering the social character that this modality occupies. In this context, the Federal Technological University of Paraná has developed a project that requires, from the professionals involved, a new way of interpreting and working with those proposed for the disciplines concerned contents , without, however, disregarding the degree of complexity and levels of quality required by the institution. This project is an attempt to normalize the normal flow of students in meeting the curriculum, since the disciplines mentioned have a high failure rate and not always the number of places offered is sufficient to attend demand. Thus, this article focuses on the difficulties in involving teachers in higher education with distance education in order to contribute to the advancement of the discussions in this area. It is based on the development of a project of teaching of Differential and Integral Calculus I and Analytical Geometry and Linear Algebra in semipresencial mode, under the Federal Technological University of Paraná, to which it is fulfilled only the first step , which is the elaboration specific courseware. It was noticed, in this regard, there is still resistance of teachers in present the mathematical content in the midst of a dialogue with the student.
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C. Cargnin, E.C. Araújo, P.P. Gasparin, A. Sandman (2014) THE TEACHING OF DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA DISTANCE: LIMITS AND POSSIBILITIES, INTED2014 Proceedings, pp. 1926-1931.
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