ACDCA 5th Summer
Academy Proceedings
ADD. KEYWORDS: Conference Proceedings, Computer Algebra,
Using TI-92 in a "Traditional" Calculus and Differential Equations
Course, Exponential Growth, Black Boxes and Teaching Mathematics, Analytical
Mechanics Problems with DERIVE, etc.
SOURCE: Austrian Center for Didactics of Computer Algebra
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe's Acrobat Reader
Advanced Mathematical Thinking
ADD. KEYWORDS: Psychology of AMT, AMT Literature, Papers
& Reports, E-mail Discussion Group
AMTE
2000 Conference Proceedings
ADD. KEYWORDS: Conference Proceedings, Tutoring Field Experience, (Inter)Active
Geometry, Formative and Summative Portfolio Assessment, Individualized Instruction,
Number/Algebra Course for Preservice Middle Grades Teachers of Mathematics,
Mathematics Discourse, Electronic Discussion Forum, Problem Solving
SOURCE: Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe's Acrobat Reader
ARUME Math
Ed Paper Database
ADD. KEYWORDS: Searchable database
SOURCE: ARUME, Better File Cabinet, Eric Hsu, Joan Garfield
Asian Technology Conference in
Mathematics
ADD. KEYWORDS: Conference Proceedings, Distance learning,
Multimedia, Numerical integration and differentiation, Computer algebra, Theorem
proving, Applications of Computer Algebra Systems (CAS), Graphing calculators
Comparative
Technology: TI-85 with MAPLE - A work book approach
ADD. KEYWORDS: Elementary calculations, Floating point
versus exact arithmetic, Elementary number theory, Roots of polynomials, Graphing,
Sojourn into Calculus, Matrix manipulation, Drawing in LOGO, Programming in
LOGO, Recursion in LOGO
European
Research in Mathematics Education
ADD. KEYWORDS: Conference Proceedings, Nature of Mathematics,
New Technologies, Teaching Practices, Social Interactions, Cognition, School
Algebra, Methodologies, Teacher Education
SOURCE: European Society for Research in Mathematics Education
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe Acrobat reader
InterMath
ADD. KEYWORDS: Professional Development, Lesson Plans,
Algebra, Geometry, Data Analysis, Number Concepts
SOURCE: James W. Wilson, University of Georgia
International Journal
for Mathematics Teaching and Learning
ADD. KEYWORDS: Electronic Journal
SOURCE: Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching
at Exeter University, UK and the Mathematics Department at Bessenyei College,
Nyiregyháza, Hungary
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe Acrobat reader
Italian
Research in Mathematics Education 1988 - 1995
ADD. KEYWORDS: Essays, Teaching and Learning of Aritmetics,
Algebra, Geometry, Logic, and Calculus, Technology and Mathematics, Mathematical
Problem Solving, Models of Teaching and Learning Processes in Mathematics
Maryland
Collaborative for Teacher Preparation
ADD. KEYWORDS: Pre-Service Program to Prepare Special
Teachers for Elementary and Middle School Science and Mathematics, Research,
Papers, Essays on constructivism and education, Technology
North American Chapter
of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education - Working
Group on Representations and Mathematics Visualization
ADD. KEYWORDS: Articles, Working Group on Representations
and Mathematics Visualization PMENA XX (North Carolina, 1998); The Use of
Technology as a Means to Explore Mathematics; Rethinking Representations;
On Visualization and Generalization in Mathematics; Some Remarks on Conventions
and Representations; Representation, Interpretation, and Signification: A
Peircean Perspective; Figures' Representational Function in Geometry and Figure's
Multiple and Parallel Entries; Computer Mediated Learning: An Example of an
Approach; Geometric Representations in the Transition from Arithmetic to Algebra;
Students’ Approaches to the Use of Technology in Mathematical Problem
Solving; Construction of Mathematical Concepts and Internal Cognitive Frames;
Computer-based Tools for Data Analysis: Support for Statical Understanding;
Graduate Students’ Visualization in Twu Rate of Change Problems; Using
Concept Representations for the Construction of Frameworks for Research, Curriculum
Design, Instruction, and Student Refection; Implications of Shift from Isolated,
Expensive Technology to Connected, Inexpensive, Diverse and Ubiquitous Tecnologies;
Coordinating Representations through Programing Activities: An Example Using
Logo
SOURCE: Center for Research and Advanced Studies (Cinvestav),
Mexico
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe Acrobat reader
Overcoming Math Anxiety
ADD. KEYWORDS: Meta Learning, Learning Styles, Multiple
Intelligences, Memory, Brain Growth and Enrichment, Brain Gym, Multimedia,
Brain Research
SOURCE: Mathematics Department, Diablo Valley College
Research in Undergraduate Mathematics
Education - RUME - ARUME
ADD. KEYWORDS: Special Interest Group of the MAA, Organizations,
Online Research Resources,
Columns and Newsletters, Individuals, Specific Articles
SOURCE: Mathematical Association of America
Teaching
Linear Algebra: Issues and Resources
ADD. KEYWORDS: Article, PCMI-UFP Reports, Curriculum Issues,
Connections with Secondary Mathematics, Research on How Students Learn, Ideas
from Physics Education, Technology.
SOURCE: Jane M. Day, San Jose State University, and Dan
Kalman, American University
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe Acrobat reader, Maple, Matlab
Technology in Math
ADD. KEYWORDS: Course Materials
SOURCE: Gene Fiorini, Shippensburg University
TECHNOLOGY: TI Calc, Spreadsheets, Geometer Sketchpad,
The Internet
Technology in
the Mathematics Classroom
ADD. KEYWORDS: Lesson Plans, Data and analysis about the
use of technology in the Secondary Math Classrooms in Missouri, Compound Interest,
Matrices Echelon, Compound Interest, Combinations, Proportionality theorem,
Multiplying Binomials, Using FOIL, Conversion Units, Regression, Inscribed
angles in circles, Median and Mean, Using the ideas of Galileo, Analyzing
Data, Regular Polygons, Binomial Theorem, Quadratic Inequalities, A Circle
through 2 points, Graph Translations, Introduction to circles, etc.
SOURCE: Susan LaGrassa, Truman State University
TECHNOLOGY: Adobe Acrobat reader, TI-86, TI-92, Geometer's
Sketchpad, PowerPoint, Excel
Technology in Mathematics
Education - TiME
ADD. KEYWORDS: Newsletter, Report on Usage of Technology
in Two-Year Colleges
SOURCE: AMATYC - Technology in Mathematics Education Committee