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Technology, Knowledge and Learning

October 2011 Volume 16, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Computing the Average Square: An Agent-Based Introduction to Aspects of Current Psychometric Practice

    Walter M. Stroup, Thomas Hills & Guadalupe Carmona

    This paper summarizes an approach to helping future educators to engage with key issues related to the application of measurement-related statistics to learning and teaching, especially in the... More

    pp. 199-220

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  2. Design of Interactive Diagrams Structured upon Generic Animations

    Michal Yerushalmy & Elena Naftaliev

    In an attempt to study the emerging questions about design of mathematical tasks that could support the solving of challenging problems, we designed two settings of interactive diagrams that share ... More

    pp. 221-245

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  3. A Mathematics Teacher's Practice in a Technological Environment: A Case Study Analysis Using Two Complementary Theories

    Michal Tabach

    Integrating technology in school mathematics has become more and more common. The teacher is a key person in integrating technology into everyday practice. To understand teacher practice in a... More

    pp. 247-265

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