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Learning with Dynamic Geometry Programs: Perspectives of Teachers and Learners
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Journal of Educational Research Volume 94, Number 3, ISSN 0022-0671

Abstract

Examined teacher and student roles in, and reactions to, a student-centered instructional geometry program using the Geometer's Sketchpad booklet. Seventh graders worked cooperatively using the computer-based instructional tutorial. Observation, survey, and interview data indicated that the teacher had difficulty relinquishing control of learning, but students liked their new freedom, worked hard, and were more interested in the material. (SM)

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Hannafin, R.D., Burruss, J.D. & Little, C. (2001). Learning with Dynamic Geometry Programs: Perspectives of Teachers and Learners. Journal of Educational Research, 94(3), 132. Retrieved December 16, 2019 from .

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