ERIC Number: ED474050
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Dec
Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education (Auckland, NZ, December 11-14, 2000).
Thomas, M. O. J., Ed.
This volume contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education (TIME 2000). It includes papers, posters, and short oral reports. Research papers include: (1) "Implications of the Shift from Isolated Expensive Technology to Connected, Inexpensive, Ubiquitous and Diverse Technologies" (Jim Kaput); (2) "Developing Simulation Activities to Improve Students' Statistical Reasoning" (Beth Chance, Joan Garfield, and Robert delMas); (3) "Technology and Versatile Thinking in Mathematics" (David Tall); (4) "A Strategy for the Use of Technology to Enhance Learning and Teaching in Maths, Stats and OR" (Pam Bishop and Neville Davies); (5) "Technology and the Curriculum: The Case of the Graphics Calculator" (Barry Kissane); (6) "What Mathematical Abilities Are Most Needed for Success Beyond School in a Technology Based Age of Information?" (Richard Lesh); (7) "Mathematics in Action: Two New Zealand Case Studies" (David M. Ryan); (8) "What Can We Learn from Computer-Based Diagnostic Testing?" (John C. Appleby); (9) "Graphics Calculators in Mathematics Learning: Studies of Student and Teacher Understanding" (Michael Cavanagh and Michael Mitchelmore); (10) "Year 8 Students' Progression on an Integrated Learning System" (Tom Cooper, Rod Nason, Gillian Kidman, and Romina Jamieson-Proctor); (11) "Optional Use of Graphics Calculators in Applied Questions for High-School Calculus" (Patricia A. Forster and Ute Mueller); (12) "A Graphic Calculator Approach to Understanding Algebraic Variables" (Alan T. Graham and Michael O.J. Thomas); (13)"Mathematics Education and Learning Technology Research Program Trajectories of the National Science Foundation (USA)" (Eric R. Hamilton); (14) "Teachers' Thinking about Information Technology and Learning: Beliefs and Mathematical Outcomes" (Steven E. Higgins and David V. Moseley); (15) "SuperTCalculators and Conceptual Understanding of the NewtonTRaphson Method" (Ye Yon Hong and Michael O.J. Thomas); (16) "From Construction to Deduction: Potentials and Pitfalls of Using Software" (Celia Hoyles and Lulu Healy); (17) "When a Visual Representation is Not Worth a Thousand Words" (Gillian C. Kidman and Rod Nason); (18) "The Influence of Computer-Rich Learning Environments on Mathematics Achievement" (Campbell J. McRobbie, Rod Nason, Romina Jamieson-Proctor, Steven J. Norton, and Tom J. Cooper); (19) "Teaching Mathematics to Engineers in the Computer Age" (Leslie R. Mustoe); (20) "Can a New-Generation Intelligent Computer-Assisted Learning Package Compete with the "School Mathematics Tradition" in Enhancing Algebra Performance?" (Steven J. Norton, Tom J. Cooper, and Campbell J. McRobbie); (21) "Computer Avoidance in a Mathematics Staff: Influences of Beliefs and Cultural Press" (Steven J. Norton, Campbell J. McRobbie, and Tom J. Cooper); (22) "Changing the Rules: Children, Creativity and Computer Games" (Richard Noss and Celia Hoyles); (23) "Implications of Using Dynamic Geometry Technology for Teaching and Learning" (John Olive); (24) "Using Technology as a Learning Tool is Not Enough" (John Olive and K. Leatham); (25) "Goals for CAS-Active Senior Mathematics Curriculum" (Kaye Stacey, Gary Asp, and Barry McCrae); (26) "Calculator Technology Can Offer Sensible Choice in Computation" (Paul Swan and Len Sparrow); (27) "Teaching Primary Mathematics in Hong Kong: From Tradition to Vortals" (Wong Tak-wah and Lai Yiu-chi); (28) "Choosing Models to Fit the Data and the Situation" (David Tynan and John Dowsey); and (29) "Mechanical Linkages, Dynamic Geometry Software and Mathematical Proof" (Jill Vincent and Barry McCrae). (MM/NB)
Descriptors: Algebra, Calculators, Cognitive Processes, Computer Uses in Education, Cultural Influences, Educational Assessment, Elementary Secondary Education, Geometric Concepts, Geometry, Graphing Calculators, Graphs, Mathematics Curriculum, Mathematics Instruction, Problem Solving, Statistics, Teaching Methods, Thinking Skills
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Auckland Inst. of Tech. (New Zealand).