Electronic Proceedings of the Twentythird Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsDenver, Colorado, March 1720, 2011Paper S045
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How Can I Use Maple to Help My Students Learn Multivariable Calculus? 
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Maple is a powerful software program that can be used to help students learn math. With the advent of clickablecalculus, students are able to use Maple independently in a relatively short amount of time. In this article I will illustrate the kinds of things an instructor can do with Maple to help the students 'learn math by seeing math'. Many of the illustrations are presented in the context of the adventures of Lisa the lovable lightning bug.
Keyword(s): multivariable calculus, Maple