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Volume Contents Volume 8 No. 1 Special Issue on AGENT-BASED MODELING Guest Editor: URI WILENSKY URI WILENSKY / Introduction to the Special Issue v–vii SEYMOUR PAPERT / Introductory Remarks ix–x URI WILENSKY / Statistical Mechanics for Secondary School: The GasLab Multi-agent Modeling Toolkit 1–41 MITCHEL RESNICK / Thinking Like a Tree (and Other Forms of Ecological Thinking) 43–62 ANDRI IOANNIDOU, ALEXANDER REPENNING, CLAYTON LEWIS, GINA CHERRY and CYNDI RADER / Making Constructionism Work in the Classroom 63–108 Computer Math Snapshot FRANCISCO BOTANA / A Web-based Resource for Auto- matic Discovery in Plane Geometry 109–121 No. 2 JEANNE BAMBERGER and ANDREA DISESSA / Music as Embodied Mathematics: A Study of a Mutually Informing Affinity 123–160 WOLFF-MICHAEL ROTH / Competent Workplace Mathe- matics: How Signs Become Transparent in Use 161–189 International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning 8: 365–366, 2003. 366 VOLUME CONTENTS MONIQUE PIJLS, RIJKJE DEKKER and BERNADETTE VAN HOUT-WOLTERS / Mathematical Level Raising through Collaborative Investigations with the Computer 191–213 Computer Math Snapshot BARRY CHERKAS / Finding Polynomial and Rational Func- tion Turning Points in Precalculus 215–234 No. 3 NATHALIE SINCLAIR, RINA ZAZKIS and PETER LILJEDAHL / Number Worlds: Visual and Experimental Access to Elementary Number Theory Concepts 235–263 MARIA MELETIOU-MAVROTHERIS http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png "Technology, Knowledge and Learning" Springer Journals

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2003 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Education; Learning and Instruction; Mathematics Education; Educational Technology; Science Education; Creativity and Arts Education
ISSN
2211-1662
eISSN
1573-1766
DOI
10.1023/B:IJCO.0000021982.97824.48
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Volume 8 No. 1 Special Issue on AGENT-BASED MODELING Guest Editor: URI WILENSKY URI WILENSKY / Introduction to the Special Issue v–vii SEYMOUR PAPERT / Introductory Remarks ix–x URI WILENSKY / Statistical Mechanics for Secondary School: The GasLab Multi-agent Modeling Toolkit 1–41 MITCHEL RESNICK / Thinking Like a Tree (and Other Forms of Ecological Thinking) 43–62 ANDRI IOANNIDOU, ALEXANDER REPENNING, CLAYTON LEWIS, GINA CHERRY and CYNDI RADER / Making Constructionism Work in the Classroom 63–108 Computer Math Snapshot FRANCISCO BOTANA / A Web-based Resource for Auto- matic Discovery in Plane Geometry 109–121 No. 2 JEANNE BAMBERGER and ANDREA DISESSA / Music as Embodied Mathematics: A Study of a Mutually Informing Affinity 123–160 WOLFF-MICHAEL ROTH / Competent Workplace Mathe- matics: How Signs Become Transparent in Use 161–189 International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning 8: 365–366, 2003. 366 VOLUME CONTENTS MONIQUE PIJLS, RIJKJE DEKKER and BERNADETTE VAN HOUT-WOLTERS / Mathematical Level Raising through Collaborative Investigations with the Computer 191–213 Computer Math Snapshot BARRY CHERKAS / Finding Polynomial and Rational Func- tion Turning Points in Precalculus 215–234 No. 3 NATHALIE SINCLAIR, RINA ZAZKIS and PETER LILJEDAHL / Number Worlds: Visual and Experimental Access to Elementary Number Theory Concepts 235–263 MARIA MELETIOU-MAVROTHERIS

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"Technology, Knowledge and Learning"Springer Journals

Published: Oct 11, 2004

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