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International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education

July 2005

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Number of papers: 6

  1. Co-Constructing Artefacts and Knowledge in Net-Based Teams: Implications for the Design of Collaborative Learning Environments

    Peter Reimann

    Computer-based learning environments for science and mathematics education support predominantly individual learning; from first generation drill and practice programs to today's advanced,... More

    pp. 53-68

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  2. Equity Mathematics Learning and Computers: Who Gets a Fair Deal in Australian Secondary Schools

    Helen J. Forgasz

    Findings from a survey administered to large numbers of grade 7-10 students are presented in this paper. The focus is on the students' attitudes towards the use of computers for the learning of... More

    pp. 139-144

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  3. Mathematical Literacy in Higher Education: Attracting Women to Engineering Professions by Using ICT

    Christine Keitel

    The engineering profession still is a male domain. Many attempts to change this isolation and to call women into the profession failed. Neither the study conditions nor the social recognition were ... More

    pp. 145-148

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  4. Availability and (Non-) Use of Technology in and for Mathematics Education in Poor Schools in South Africa

    Mamokgethi Setati

    In South Africa where poverty defines the lives of the majority, technological resources are not just limited and unequally distributed in schools, but also their availability does not necessarily ... More

    pp. 149-152

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  5. Equity Mathematics Learning and Technology - Introduction

    Gilah C. Leder

    The cultural association between masculinity and technology in Western societies is hard to exaggerate. It operates not only as a popular assumption, but also as an academic "truth." Even feminist ... More

    pp. 153-156

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  6. Windows on Practice Investigating Equity in Technology Based Mathematics Classrooms

    Colleen Vale

    The strengths and weaknesses of using ethnographic research to investigate equity in a study of a grade 9 class that used a dynamic geometry program with laptop computers will be presented. It will... More

    pp. 161-164

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