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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

July 2019 Volume 38, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Teacher Candidates’ Key Understandings about Computational Thinking in Mathematics and Science Education

    Rosa Cendros Araujo, Lisa Floyd & George Gadanidis, Western University, Canada

    With the increasing advocacy for CT integration in K-12 education, it is important to consider how teacher education programs could better prepare teacher candidates (TCs). At the Faculty of... More

    pp. 205-229

  2. One problem, multiple solutions: The contribution of DGS to heuristics in the problem-solving process

    Erdem Cekmez & Mustafa Guler, Trabzon University, Turkey

    There is a large body of literature concerning the potential of dynamic geometry software (DGS) in the problem solving process. However, questions regarding how teaching should take place to... More

    pp. 231-247

  3. Student Perceptions on Teaching and Learning using Open Educational Resources in College Calculus

    Scott Kersey, Georgia Southern University, United States

    Student perceptions on teaching and learning are investigated in a side-to-side comparison between traditional (closed, CER) non-free course materials and free open educational resources (OER). The... More

    pp. 249-265

  4. Levels of Abstraction in Students’ Mathematics Strategies: What Can Applying Computer Science Ideas about Abstraction Bring to Elementary Mathematics?

    Kathryn M. Rich, Aman Yadav & Marissa Zhu, Michigan State University, United States

    Moving among levels of abstraction is an important skill for in mathematics and computer science, and students show similar difficulties when applying abstraction in each discipline. While computer... More

    pp. 267-298