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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

October 2015 Volume 34, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Learning Area and Perimeter with Virtual Manipulatives

    Emily Bouck, Michigan State University, United States; Sara Flanagan, University of Kentucky, United States; Mary Bouck, Michigan State University, United States

    Manipulatives are considered a best practice for educating students with disabilities, but little research exists which examines virtual manipulatives as tool for supporting students in mathematics... More

    pp. 381-393

  2. Gender Differences in High School Student Dispositions Toward Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Careers

    Rhonda Christensen, Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning, University of North Texas, United States; Gerald Knezek & Tandra Tyler-Wood, University of North Texas, United States

    STEM disposition surveys were completed by 364 11th and 12th grade students attending a two-year university-based residential science and mathematics academy during fall 2012. Surveys were... More

    pp. 395-408

  3. Supporting Early Math - Rationales and Requirements for High Quality Software

    Layla Husain, Agneta Gulz & Magnus Haake, Lund University, Sweden

    There is substantial evidence that preschooler’s performance in early math is highly correlated to math performance throughout school as well as academic skills in general. One way to help children... More

    pp. 409-429

  4. Elementary Education Pre-service Teachers’ Development of Mathematics Technology Integration Skills in a Technology Integration Course

    Drew Polly, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States

    Preparing pre-service teachers to effectively integrate technology in the classroom requires rich experiences that deepen their knowledge of technology, pedagogy, and content and the intersection... More

    pp. 431-453

  5. Employing Rapid Prototyping Design Technologies to Support Contextualized Mathematics Education

    Daniel A. Tillman, Meilan Zhang, Song A. An & Rachel Boren, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Carlos Paez-Paez, Navajo Technical University, United States

    This article presents a research study on the utilization of rapid prototyping design technologies to support integration of contextualized mathematics education into music themed activities at an ... More

    pp. 455-483