In his book Zombies and Calculus, Colin Adams, author, humorist and professor of mathematics, brings out the excitement and versatility of Calculus – the science of how quantities that depend on each other change as one or more of them changes.
This Education Matters volume strongly suggests that we should ignore the “background noise” and target a system which we feel is true to the values and principles of holistic and expansive student learning.
It seems proper that late last year the Princeton University Press brought out a book covering ‘the personal, scientific and public spheres of Einstein’s life’ to mark the centenary of his celebrated 1915 paper.
The Educational Company of Ireland (Edco) was founded in 1910. Since then the company has grown to become one of Ireland’s leading educational publishers both in traditional and digital formats. Edco has been to the...