Supporting Math Education with Technology. An Incomplete Guide to Resources and Ideas for New Math Teachers Marissa Treinen Jim Vanides February 2001. Agenda. Purpose Personal Introductions Discussion: Evaluating Technology
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Supporting Math Education with Technology
An Incomplete Guide to Resources and Ideas for New Math Teachers
How can you tell what’s really good?
(a Mind Map Brainstorming Experience)
What Learning Affordances Does MSExcel Provide?
Our “incomplete sampling” of technologies that answer math teachers’ questions
- Using The Mind Map -
The mere existence of these tools in the classroom provides no guarantee that student learning will improve; they have to be part of a coherent education approach…
…not just rich sources of information, but also extensions of human capabilities and contexts for social interaction supporting learning.
How People Learn, p.216, 230
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