Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfirst Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsNew Orleans, Louisiana, March 1215, 2009Paper S072
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Developing a Course for Preservice Teachers Demonstrating Valid Uses of Technology for Solving Mathematical Problems 
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A Technology in Mathematics course developed for secondary preservice mathematics teachers at an internationally diverse university is described. The focus of the course is doing mathematics where technology meaningfully assists through visual, graphical, symbolic, or numerical means. Types of technologies and example math problems for such a course are discussed.
Keyword(s): teacher training