Students studying calculus often make the same
mistakes. Similarly, teachers teaching calculus
have patterns of mistakes. It is much easier to tell how
things should **not** be done then how things should
be done. I collect in this document some "no-go's".
This is a living document and is expected to be updated
and adapted in the future.

- Eric Schechter, "The most common errors in undergraduate mathematics education"

http://atlas.math.vanderbilt.edu/ schectex/commerrs - http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/AllBrowsers/CommonErrors/CalculusErrors.asp
- Andy Engelward, "do's and don'ts for Classroom style", talk at Bok Center Fall Teaching Orientation Sept. 14th, 2004

knill 2005-06-16