Madison Project

The Madison Project was an innovative curriculum for teaching mathematics. It began at Syracuse University and was brought to Webster by Dr. Robert Davis in the early 1960s. This website provides access to digitized videos created from the original inservice films produced by the Madison Project, as well as information on the curriculum, Dr. Robert Davis who led the project, and the contributions and memories of others who were involved. Additional materials are preserved in the Webster University Archives.

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About the project

Online project films

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Dr. Robert Davis

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Webster College history

Project Archives at Webster U.

Acknowledgments

Please send comments to:

Carol Schwab
Associate Professor, Math & Computer Science Department
schwabca@webster.edu

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For more information on using our collections, visit the Webster University Archives home page.

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