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Youngsters solving mathematical problems with technology: the results and implications of the Problem@Web project

Youngsters solving mathematical problems with technology: the results and implications of the Problem@Web project
Youngsters solving mathematical problems with technology: the results and implications of the Problem@Web project
This book contributes to both mathematical problem solving and the communication of mathematics by students, and the role of personal and home technologies in learning beyond school. It does this by reporting on major results and implications of the Problem@Web project that investigated youngsters’ mathematical problem solving and, in particular, their use of digital technologies in tackling, and communicating the results of their problem solving, in environments beyond school. The book has two focuses: Mathematical problem solving skills and strategies, forms of representing and expressing mathematical thinking, technological-based solutions; and students´ and teachers´ perspectives on mathematics learning, especially school compared to beyond-school mathematics.
mathematics education, problem solving, technology, problem@web, Geogebra, spreadsheet, teaching, learning, mathematics
5
Springer
Carreira, Susana
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Jones, Keith
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Amado, Nélia
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Jacinto, Hélia
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Nobre, Sandra
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Carreira, Susana, Jones, Keith, Amado, Nélia, Jacinto, Hélia and Nobre, Sandra (2016) Youngsters solving mathematical problems with technology: the results and implications of the Problem@Web project (Mathematics Education in the Digital Era, , (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24910-0), 5, 5), vol. 5, Cham, CH. Springer, 276pp.

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This book contributes to both mathematical problem solving and the communication of mathematics by students, and the role of personal and home technologies in learning beyond school. It does this by reporting on major results and implications of the Problem@Web project that investigated youngsters’ mathematical problem solving and, in particular, their use of digital technologies in tackling, and communicating the results of their problem solving, in environments beyond school. The book has two focuses: Mathematical problem solving skills and strategies, forms of representing and expressing mathematical thinking, technological-based solutions; and students´ and teachers´ perspectives on mathematics learning, especially school compared to beyond-school mathematics.

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Published date: 20 February 2016
Keywords: mathematics education, problem solving, technology, problem@web, Geogebra, spreadsheet, teaching, learning, mathematics
Organisations: Mathematics, Science & Health Education

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Local EPrints ID: 394511
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/394511
PURE UUID: f0f550cf-ef18-4e92-82a1-77966447bfb9
ORCID for Keith Jones: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3677-8802

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Date deposited: 03 Jun 2016 15:14
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 13:09

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Author: Susana Carreira
Author: Keith Jones ORCID iD
Author: Nélia Amado
Author: Hélia Jacinto
Author: Sandra Nobre

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