|When teaching with technology, we want to teach
mathematics, but we cannot avoid teaching software as well. In a similar
way, a car is a means of getting from A to B, but you cannot make the
journey without a driver's license.
I discuss my experience of getting from x to y using Maple and Matlab.
In both cases, I have collected the places where students most often
crash and I have developed teaching material to set up buffers before
they arrive. For example, in Maple there are differences between
expressions and functions; in Matlab [1,2]/[4,5] is different from