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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

April 2008 Volume 27, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. MODeLeR: A Virtual Constructivist Learning Environment and Methodology for Object-Oriented Design

    John Coffey, University of West Florida, United States; Robert Koonce, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, United States

    This article contains a description of the organization and method of use of an active learning environment named MODeLeR, (Multimedia Object Design Learning Resource), a tool designed to... More

    pp. 129-147

  2. Revising Basic Mathematics in a Network Environment,an Empirical Study with Finnish Technology University Students

    Harri Ketamo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland; Jarkko Alajääski, University of Turku, Finland

    A revising/replenishment study course in basic mathematics is experienced as being almost a necessity at the beginning of technology studies at the Tampere University of Technology, Pori, Finland. ... More

    pp. 149-162

  3. Integrating Graphing Calculators and Probeware Into Science Methods Courses: Impact on Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Confidence and Perspectives on Technology for Learning and Teaching

    Irina Lyublinskaya, College of Staten Island, United States; George Zhou, University of Windsor, Canada

    Graphing calculators and data collection technology was integrated in an undergraduate science methods classes for preservice elementary school teachers. The study investigated whether preservice... More

    pp. 163-182

  4. Measuring High School Mathematics Teachers' Concerns About Graphing Calculators and Change: A Yearlong Study

    Gregory Chamblee, Georgia Southern University, United States; Scott Slough, Texas A & M University, United States; Gaye Wunsch, Houston ISD, retired, United States

    This article discusses the impact of a year long professional development on high school mathematics teachers' concerns regarding the implementation of graphing calculators in their classrooms.... More

    pp. 183-194

  5. The LOGO Project: Designing an Effective Continuing Education Program for Teachers

    Tara Stevens, Yen To, Gary Harris & Jerry Dwyer, Texas Tech University, United States

    The LOGO Project, funded by the Texas Education Agency, is designed to not only increase participants' knowledge of technology to teach mathematics but to enhance their self-efficacy and self... More

    pp. 195-219

  6. It’s TIME for Technology: The Technology In Mathematics Education Project

    Michael Hardy, Saint Xavier University, United States

    This article describes the impact that the Technology in Mathematics Education (TIME) Project had on participating middle level and secondary mathematics teachers' preparedness to teach through... More

    pp. 221-237