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The binomial theorem presents us with the opportunity to weave many different mathematical strands into one lesson. It has a fascinating history — the study of which leads to a better understanding of how mathematics evolved. In this paper, we have involved computer graphics, geometry, algebra...
There are several possible approaches in which dynamic computerized environments play a significant, and possibly unique, role in supporting innovative learning trajectories in mathematics in general, and particularly in geometry. These approaches are influenced by the way one views mathematics...
We describe and report some results from a project designed to evaluate the use of information technology (IT) for teaching and learning on a range of undergraduate mathematics courses at a U.K. university. The project involved qualitative methods of enquiry (diaries and seminars). We emphasise...
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