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ERIC Number: ED477303
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000-Jul
Pages: 209
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Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education (July 5-7, 2000, Beirut, Lebanon).
This volume contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education (ICTME) held at the Lebanese American University in July, 2000. The conference included a panel discussion on technology and the new curriculum, hands-on workshops, and focus group discussion centered around the themes of the effects of technology on changing the role of teachers, changing the role of students, and changing assessment. Papers include: (1) "Rethinking Mathematical Learning with Digital Technologies" (Celia Hoyles and Richard Noss); (2) "Educating Students for Their Future Not Our Past: A Challenge for Teachers of Mathematics" (Peter Jones); (3) "Technology and Problem Solving in Mathematics: Myths and Reality" (Murad Jurdak); (4) "Learning with Multimedia--Mathematics Needs a Special Approach" (Bernard Winkelman); (5) "Calculus at the Start of the New Millennium" (Deborah Hughes Hallett); (6) "Distance Learning between German and Japanese School Classes Based on a Real Time Video Conference Environment" (Klaus-D. Graf); (7) "Attitudes and Concerns on Distance Learning in Lebanon: A Multiple-Case Study" (Ramzi Nasser and Kamal AbouChedid); (8) "A Teacher's Experience in Developing a Set of Interactive Computerized Tests" (Nada Alamedine); (9) "Some Current Developments in the Production and Application of Interactive Mathematics Teaching/Learning Modules at the Higher Colleges of Technology in the UAE" (Leonard Raj and Khaled Abdullah); (10) "Using Technology as a Tool for Teaching Mathematics at the Secondary School" (Mary Nabbout and Bilal Basha); (11) "The Multimedia in Our Mathematics Classroom" (Mohamad Mounir Fakhri); (12) "Non Trivial Applications of MAPLE in Teaching Mathematics" (Miroslaw Majewski); (13) "Developing Internet Resources for Online Teaching Mathematics with Scientific Notebook" (Miroslaw Majewski); (14) "Euler-type Formula Using Maple" (Badih Ghusayni); (15) "WWW Mathematics at the University of Pretoria" (Johann Egelbrecht and Ansie Harding); (16) "An Alternative Sequence for the Calculus" (Kamel Haddad); (17) "An Anti-Essentialist View about ICT in Mathematics Education: What Differences Can It Make to Mathematics Teacher Education" (Bibi Lins); (18) "Is It Just a Computer?" (Christine Sabieh); (19) "Mathematical Technology: In the Hand or On the Desktop" (N.V. Challis and H.W. Gretton); (20) "Multi-Objective Optimization in Computer Aided Control System Design" (Hussein Sayed Tantawy); (21) "The Effect of Using the Geometer's Sketchpad (GSP) on Jordanian Students' Understanding of Geometrical Concepts" (Farouq Almeqdadi); (22) "Jordan Experience with Computer Based Instruction in Teaching Calculus and Statistical Methods" (Adnan Awad); (23) "The Potential Role of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Education" (Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem); (24) "Impact of Using CAS in the Teaching of Mathematics" (Elias Deeba); (25) "An Exploration of Mathematical Qualities of Tasks via the Use of Technology" (Luis Moreno-Armella and Manuel Santos-Trigo). (KHR)
Publication Type: Books; Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Note: For individual papers, see SE 066 769 and SE 067 990-992.