What can technology add to the mathematics classroom?
by Douglas Butler, Eva Milkova, Martin Pozdilek
International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning (IJCEELL), Vol. 18, No. 5/6, 2008

Abstract: There are two basic influences of technology in the mathematics classroom: it can make a difference to how we teach and it can also affect what we teach. The latter is a huge area that is being well aired elsewhere. This article explores just a few ideas that have proved successful in bringing the subject to life in the classroom in ways which were impossible to imagine when we started teaching. They stem from the premise that a data projector and the internet connection are available in the classroom.

Online publication date: Mon, 22-Dec-2008

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