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North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education Annual Meeting

October 1995

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Number of papers: 3

  1. The Effect of the Use of Number Lines Representations on Student Understanding of Basic Function Concepts

    James R. Olsen

    Researchers and educators are calling for increased use of technology and attention to function concepts in school mathematics. Students often have considerable difficulty gleaning pointwise and... More

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  2. The Interplay of Mathematical Understandings, Facility with a Computer Algebra Program, and the Learning of Mathematics in a Technologically Rich Mathematics Classroom

    M Kathleen Heid

    As teachers begin to implement mathematics curricula that capitalize fully on computing technology and that are focused on concepts and applications instead of on execution of by-hand symbolic... More

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  3. How Students Use Their Knowledge of Calculus in an Engineering Mechanics Course

    Cheryl Stitt Roddick

    This study investigated students' conceptual and procedural understanding of calculus within the context of an engineering mechanics course. Four traditional calculus students were compared with... More

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