From Static to Dynamic Mathematics: Historical and Representational Perspectives
Educational Studies in Mathematics Volume 68, Number 2, ISSN 0013-1954
The nature of mathematical reference fields has substantially evolved with the advent of new types of digital technologies enabling students greater access to understanding the use and application of mathematical ideas and procedures. We analyze the evolution of symbolic thinking over time, from static notations to dynamic inscriptions in new technologies. We conclude with new perspectives on Kaput's theory of notations and representations as mediators of constructive processes.
Moreno-Armella, L., Hegedus, S.J. & Kaput, J.J. (2008). From Static to Dynamic Mathematics: Historical and Representational Perspectives. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 68(2), 99-111.
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