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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

October 2012 Volume 31, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Addressing the Needs of a Developing Nation: Electronic Maps of Mathematical Learning Resources Accessible via the Internet

    Maman Fathurrohman & Anne Porter, School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics, University of Wollongong, Australia

    ** Invited as a paper from ED-MEDIA 2011 ** Teaching and learning of mathematics are integral parts of societies throughout the world. The fundamental or core nature of mathematics, its... More

    pp. 337-362

  2. Tablet technology to facilitate improved interaction and communication with students studying mathematics at a distance

    Linda Galligan & Carola Hobohm, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Birgit Loch, Swinburne University, Australia

    Teaching and learning of mathematics is challenging when lecturer and students are separated geographically. While student engagement and interaction with the course, with other students and with... More

    pp. 363-385

  3. Integrating Technology, Pedagogy and Content in Mathematics Education

    Boris Handal, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Australia; Chris Campbell, The University of Queensland, Australia; Michael Cavanagh & Peter Petocz, Macquarie University, Australia; Nick Kelly, The University of Sydney, Australia

    The need for appraising the effective integration of technologies into teaching and learning within a disciplinary context is crucial for upholding quality teaching standards in schools and... More

    pp. 387-413

  4. Instructor use of Tablet PCs in a College Pre-Calculus Course: Implementation & Assessment

    Julianna Connelly Stockton, Sacred Heart University, United States; Peter Gregory, Baruch College, CUNY, United States

    A group of six math instructors used tablet PCs to teach their individual sections of a high enrollment gateway Pre-Calculus course in a diverse urban four-year college. Student performance in the... More

    pp. 415-432

  5. Peer assessment among secondary school students: Introducing a peer feedback tool in the context of a computer supported inquiry learning environment in science

    Olia Tsivitanidou, Zacharias C. Zacharia, Tasos Hovardas & Aphrodite Nicolaou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus

    In this study we introduced a peer feedback tool to secondary school students while aiming at investigating whether this tool leads to a feedback dialogue when using a computer supported inquiry... More

    pp. 433-465