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Digital curriculum resources in digital mathematics curriculum: design features and implementation

Digital curriculum resources in digital mathematics curriculum: design features and implementation
Digital curriculum resources in digital mathematics curriculum: design features and implementation
A digital mathematics curriculum is a complex structure that involves digital environments, where concepts and procedures feature in a close relationship between teacher guidance and knowledge construction by students. This complex structure employs diverse pedagogical approaches and digital resources that could foster the dependency of mathematical knowledge on human participation, and it encompasses multiple domains. This chapter aims to explore design features of digital mathematics curricula with respect to task and task design, feedback mechanism, shared learning space, and connectivity. Three research examples, orchestrated with Digital Curriculum Resources (DCRs) are designed, presented, and discussed to explore the shaping of these features: (1) Mathematics e-textbook; (2) Online formative assessment; (3) Collective Mathematics Discussion. We are using these examples with the aim to identify emerging issues that offer important characteristics of the design of digital curriculum resources (DCR).
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Leung, Allen
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Leung, Allen, Baccaglini-Frank, Anna, Bokhove, Christian, Nagari-Haddif, Galit and Yerushalmy, Michal (2023) Digital curriculum resources in digital mathematics curriculum: design features and implementation. In, Handbook of Digital Resources in Mathematics Education. Springer. (doi:10.1007/978-3-030-95060-6_58-1).

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A digital mathematics curriculum is a complex structure that involves digital environments, where concepts and procedures feature in a close relationship between teacher guidance and knowledge construction by students. This complex structure employs diverse pedagogical approaches and digital resources that could foster the dependency of mathematical knowledge on human participation, and it encompasses multiple domains. This chapter aims to explore design features of digital mathematics curricula with respect to task and task design, feedback mechanism, shared learning space, and connectivity. Three research examples, orchestrated with Digital Curriculum Resources (DCRs) are designed, presented, and discussed to explore the shaping of these features: (1) Mathematics e-textbook; (2) Online formative assessment; (3) Collective Mathematics Discussion. We are using these examples with the aim to identify emerging issues that offer important characteristics of the design of digital curriculum resources (DCR).

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Accepted/In Press date: 3 March 2023
Published date: 16 September 2023

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/476502
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Date deposited: 04 May 2023 17:01
Last modified: 26 Sep 2023 01:42

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Author: Allen Leung
Author: Anna Baccaglini-Frank
Author: Galit Nagari-Haddif
Author: Michal Yerushalmy

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