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As Big Data becomes increasingly important in policy-making, research, marketing, and commercial applications, we argue that literacy in this domain is critical for engaged democratic participation and that peer-generated data from mobile technologies offer rich possibilities for students to...
This paper presents a case study of students (age 14–15) as they attempt to make sense of distribution, adopting a range of causal meanings for the variation observed in the animated computer display and in the graphs generated by a BasketBall simulation. The student activity is analysed through...
This article analyses students’ thinking as they interacted with a dynamic geometric sketch designed to explore eigenvectors and eigenvalues. We draw on the theory of instrumental genesis and, in particular, attend to the different dragging modalities used by the students throughout their...
Traditionally, research on technology in mathematics education focuses on interactions between the user and the technology, but little is known about how technology can facilitate face-to-face interaction among students. We will explore the role that iPads versus traditional laptops play in...
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