Calculus teaching and learning in South Korea

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Natanael Karjanto;

This article discusses an experience of teaching Calculus classes for the freshmen students enrolled at Sungkyunkwan University, one of the private universities in South Korea. The teaching and learning approach is a balance combination between the teacher-oriented trad... View more
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