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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

April 2012 Volume 31, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Making Sense of Integer Arithmetic: The Effect of Using Virtual Manipulatives on Students’ Representational Fluency

    Johnna Bolyard, West Virginia University, United States; Patricia Moyer-Packenham, Utah State University, United States

    This study investigated how the use of virtual manipulatives in integer instruction impacts student achievement for integer addition and subtraction. Of particular interest was the influence of... More

    pp. 93-113

  2. Assistive technology and mathematics education: Reports from the field

    Emily C. Bouck, Purdue University, United States

    Mathematics is a critical content area and assistive technology can benefit students with high incidence disabilities in accessing and achieving in this domain. Yet, the field lacks awareness of... More

    pp. 115-138

  3. Analogy-Integrated e-Learning Module: Facilitating Students’ Conceptual Understanding

    Jennifer Florida, La Consolacion College Manila, Philippines

    The study deals with the development of an analogy-integrated e-learning module on Cellular Respiration, which is intended to facilitate conceptual understanding of students with different brain... More

    pp. 139-157

  4. Calculus in elementary school: an example of ICT-based curriculum transformation

    Andrew Fluck, Dev Ranmuthugala, Chris Chin & Irene Penesis, University of Tasmania, Australia

    ** Invited as a paper from SITE 2011 ** Integral calculus is generally regarded as a fundamental but advanced aspect of mathematics, and it is not generally studied until students are aged about... More

    pp. 159-174

  5. Pretest/Posttest Plus Prompts: Tools for Research and Evaluation

    Sherry Herron & Tamilselvi Gopal, University of Southern Mississippi, United States

    We conducted a series of summer workshops on bioinformatics to increase educators’ knowledge of this new field of inquiry with the assumption that their knowledge will, in turn, impact student... More

    pp. 175-204