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International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning

May 2003 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Music as Embodied Mathematics: A Study of a Mutually Informing Affinity

    Jeanne Bamberger & Andrea diSessa

    The argument examined in this paper is that music--when approached through making and responding to coherent musical structures, facilitated by multiple, intuitively accessible representations--can... More

    pp. 123-160

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  2. Mathematical Level Raising through Collaborative Investigations with the Computer

    Monique Pijls, Rijkje Dekker & Bernadette van Hout-Wolters

    Investigations with the computer can have different functions in the mathematical learning process, such as to let students explore a subject domain, to guide the process of reinvention, or to give... More

    pp. 191-213

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