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Volume 7, Issue 2
June 1998

Version 3 presents the educational community with fresh challenges and fresh temptations. At the same time as it opens up new, exciting avenues for educators, it also makes it easier than before to "bend" Mathematica to old-fashioned pedagogic strategies that leave much of its potential unexplored. This article compares some possible approaches to the use of Mathematica with students.

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This article was presented at the 1997 International Mathematica Symposium and published in lnnovation in Mathematics: The Proceedings of the IMS'97 Conference, Computational Mechanics Publications, 1997. It is reproduced by permission of the publisher.