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Information Technology and Mathematics: Opening New Representational Windows

Journal of Mathematical Behavior Volume 5, Number 2,


Examples of relatively novel computer software environments from the representation perspective are described. Even more novel approaches to curriculum reform to cultivate higher-order thinking skills are then discussed. (MNS)


Kaput, J.J. (1986). Information Technology and Mathematics: Opening New Representational Windows. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 5(2), 187-207. Retrieved January 21, 2020 from .

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