Connecting Research to Teaching: Limitless Ways to Talk about Limits: Communicating Mathematical Ideas in the Classroom

Author: Beste Güçler
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When communicating mathematical ideas to students, teachers must elaborate explicitly on the elements of their discourse. This article focuses on one instructor's and his students' discourse on limits in a beginning-level calculus classroom.

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Beste GÜÇler, bgucler@umassd.edu, is an assistant professor of mathematics education in the STEM Education Department at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She is interested in the development of mathematical discourse throughout history and in today's classrooms, with a focus on calculus concepts.

(Corresponding author is GÜÇler bgucler@umassd.edu)
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