David A. Smith, Associate Professor Emeritus
Professor Smith is CoDirector (with Professor Lawrence Moore) of Project CALC, which developed an awardwinning curriculum for calculus instruction, based on laboratory experiments, discovery learning, realworld applications, writing and revision of writing, and high expectations of students. Professors Smith and Moore also direct the Connected Curriculum Project, funded by the National Science Foundation. This project has developed a library of Webbased interactive learning materials for the first two years of collegelevel mathematics.  Contact Info:
 Education:
Ph.D.  Yale University  1963 
B.S.  Trinity College  1958 
 Research Interests: Mathematics Education
Professor Smith used to be CoDirector (with Professor Lawrence Moore) of Project CALC, which developed an awardwinning curriculum for calculus instruction, based on laboratory experiments, discovery learning, realworld applications, writing and revision of writing, and high expectations of students. Professors Smith and Moore also direct the Connected Curriculum Project, funded by the National Science Foundation. This project has developed a library of Webbased interactive learning materials for the first two years of collegelevel mathematics.
 Keywords:
Education • Mathematics
 Curriculum Vitae
 Postdocs Mentored
 Peter Berman (2001/082003/12)
 Eddie Fuller (2001/082002/06)
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
 David A. Smith, My Life in Essays
(March 11, 2021) [Life%20in%20Essays%2031021.pdf] [abs]
 Fey, JT; Smith, DA, Algebra as part of an integrated high school curriculum,
in And the Rest is Just Algebra, edited by Stewart, S
(January, 2016),
pp. 119129, Springer International Publishing, ISBN 9783319450520 [doi] [abs]
 David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Calculus: Modeling and Application, 2nd Ed.
(August, 2010), Mathematical Association of America (an online, interactive textbook.) [calculusmodelingandapplication2ndedition]
 Smith, DA; Tall, D; Piez, C, Technology and Calculus,
in Research on Technology and the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Volume 1, Research Syntheses, edited by Heid, MK; Blume, GW
(Summer, 2008),
pp. 207258, Information Age Publishing, Inc., Charlotte, NC, ISBN 9781931576192
 Moore, LC; Smith, DA, Changing technology implies changing pedagogy,
in A Fresh Start for Collegiate Mathematics: Rethinking the Courses below Calculus, MAA Notes, edited by Nancy Baxter Hastings et al., vol. 69
(January, 2006),
pp. 229234, The Mathematical Association of America, ISBN 9780883851791 [doi] [abs]
