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The study reported in this article deals with the observed actions of prospective Swedish mathematics teachers as they were working with a modeling situation. These prospective teachers were preparing to teach in Grades 4 to9 or in the gymnasium (Grades 10 to 12) and were students in a course in...
Theorem acquisition and deductive proof have always been core elements in the study and teaching of Euclidean geometry. The introduction of dynamic geometry environments,DGE (e.g., Cabri-Géomètre, Geometer's Sketchpad), into classrooms in the past decade has posed a challenge to this praxis....
More than a decade of research and innovation in using computer-based graphing and simulation environments has encouraged many of us in the research community to believe important dimensions of calculus-related reasoning can be successfully understood by young learners. This paper attempts to...
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