Table of contents for Fractals, graphics, and mathematics education / [edited by] Benoit Mandelbrot.

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Part I. Introductory Essays: 1. Some reasons for the effectiveness of fractal geometry in mathematics education Benoit B. Mandelbrot and Michael Frame
2. Unsolved problems and still emerging concepts Benoit B. Mandelbrot
3. Fractals, graphics and mathematics education Benoit B. Mandelbrot
4. Mathematics and society in the twentieth century Benoit B. Mandelbrot
Part II. Classroom Experiences: 5. Teaching fractals and dynamical systems at the Hotchkiss school Melkana Brakalova and David Coughlin
6. Reflection on Wada basins: some fractals with a twist Dane Camp
7. Learning and teaching about fractals Donald M. Davis
8. The fractal geometry of the Mandelbrot set Robert L. Devaney
9. Fractals - energizing the mathematics classroom Viki Fegers and Mary Beth Johnson
10. Other chaos games Sandy Fillebrown
11. Creating and teaching undergraduate courses in fractal geometry: a personal experience Michel Lapidus
12. Exploring Fractal dimensions by experiment Ron Lewis
13. Fractal themes on all levels Kenneth G. Monks
14. Art and fractals: artistic explorations of natural self-similarity Brianna Murati  and Michael Frame
15. Order and chaos, art and magic: a first college course in quantitative reasoning based on fractals and chaos David Peak and Michael Frame
16. A software driven undergraduate fractals course Douglas C. Ravenel
Part III. A Final Word: 17. The fractal ring from art to art through mathematics, finance and the sciences Benoit B. Mandelbrot
Part IV. Appendices: 18. Panorama of fractals and their uses. An alphabetic workbook-index Michael Frame and Benoit B. Mandelbrot
19. Reports of some field experiences.