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Issues in the Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of School Teachers

February 2011 Volume 3, Number

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Views about Using Computer-Based Instructional Materials in Constructing Mathematical Concepts

    Esra Bukova-Guzel & Berna Canturk-Gunhan

    The purpose of the study is to determine prospective mathematics teachers' views about using computer-based instructional materials in constructing mathematical concepts and to reveal how the... More

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  2. Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Views about Using Computer-Based Instructional Materials in Constructing Mathematical Concepts

    Esra Bukova-Guzel & Berna Canturk-Gunhan

    The purpose of the study is to determine prospective mathematics teachers' views about using computer-based instructional materials in constructing mathematical concepts and to reveal how the... More

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  3. Pre-Service Elementary Teachers Make Connections between Geometry and Algebra through the Use of Technology

    Doris J. Mohr

    In a geometry content course for pre-service elementary teachers, technology was utilized to assist students in making sense of shapes. They learned to write simple procedures in Logo that would... More

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  4. Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Views on the Role of Technology in Mathematics Education

    Samer Habre & Todd A. Grundmeier

    It is important for future teachers of mathematics to distinguish between technology as course content to be taught and technology as a teaching tool. This exploratory study examines prospective... More

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  5. Creating Two-Dimensional Nets of Three-Dimensional Shapes Using "Geometer's Sketchpad"

    Paula Maida

    This article is about a computer lab project in which prospective teachers used Geometer's Sketchpad software to create two-dimensional nets for three-dimensional shapes. Since this software... More

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