ICT and mathematics: a guide to learning and teaching mathematics 11-19

Brown, G., Cadman, K., Cain, D., Clark-Jeavons, A., Fentem, R., Foster, A., Jones, K., Oldknow, A., Taylor, R. and Wright, D. (2005) ICT and mathematics: a guide to learning and teaching mathematics 11-19 , Leicester, UK Mathematical Association 80pp.


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This report provides a review of ICT tools of particular relevance to mathematics education. The review cover a large range of hardware, software, and teaching materials including hardware for Whole class displays (data projectors, interactive whiteboards, TV adaptors, OHP pads), hand-held technology (such as calculators, graphical calculators, and other hand-held devices), "small" software programs (which address particular aspects of the mathematics curriculum), programming languages (such as Logo), general purpose software (such as spreadsheets, data-bases, word-processors), mathematics-specific software (such as graph plotters, dynamic geometry software, data-handling tools, computer algebra systems, integrated mathematics packages), and resources such as data-loggers, the Internet and CD-ROMS, digital image technology, and video conferencing. Also included is a section of advice on planning for the effective use of ICT in the teaching and learning of mathematics.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Additional Information: This is an updated version of an original report produced for the UK Teacher Training Agency in July 2002. This updated version was produced as part of the DfES "KS3 ICT Offer to Schools" in September 2004 (and published in 2005). Versions of the report are available in print as: "ICT and mathematics : a guide to learning and teaching mathematics 11-19" Publisher: Mathematical Association, 2003; ISBN: 0906588502 (pbk) Publisher: Mathematical Association, 2005; ISBN: 090658860X (pbk), revised edition
Keywords: pedagogy, curriculum, teaching, learning, geometry, algebra, calculus, mathematics, geometric, geometrical, deductive reasoning, proof, school, national curriculum, ICT, dynamic geometry, DGS, DGE, computers, spreadsheets, CAS, Logo, software, calculators, graphing, graphical

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Date Deposited: 30 Aug 2006
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/41376

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