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The purpose of the present work is to consider some of the implications of replacing, for the purposes of physics instruction, algebraic notation with a programming language. Whatis novel is that, more than previous work, I take seriously the possibility that a programming language can function...
There is no lack of suggestions concerning how Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) may support heuristic approaches to problem solving. However, uses of DGS are often limited purely to a verifying role, in the sense that students are expected to vary or confirm empirically at the computer geometric...
This study is an empirical investigation of 11th graders at a German high school (Gymnasium). Working over a 24-hour period in a computer lab, we investigated students' use of quadratic functions with `Derive', and trigonometric functions with `Mathplus' (or `Theorist' for Macintosh). We were...
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