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Teacher perspectives on integrating ICT into subject teaching: commitment, constraints, caution, and change
This paper examines how secondary teachers of the core subjects of English, mathematics, and science have begun to integrate information and communication technology (ICT) into mainstream classroomExpand
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The influence of graphic calculator use on translation from graphic to symbolic forms
This article reports a study comparing the mathematical performance of upper secondary school mathematics students for whom a graphic calculator is a standard mathematical tool, with that of studentsExpand
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Pedagogical strategies for using the interactive whiteboard to foster learner participation in school science
This study aimed to extend the currently limited understanding of how pedagogy is developing in response to the influx of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in schools in the UK and some other countries.Expand
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The didactical challenge of symbolic calculators : turning a computational device into a mathematical instrument
Acknowledgments.- Introduction, Dominique Guin, Kenneth Ruthven and Luc Trouche.- Calculators in mathematics education: a rapid evolution of tools, with differential effects, Luc Trouchet.- A CAS as an assistant to reasoned instrumentation, Philippe Elbaz-Vincent.- Transposing computer tools from the mathematical sciences into teaching, Jean-Baptiste Lagrange. Expand
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Pedagogical approaches for technology-integrated science teaching
The two separate projects described have examined how teachers exploit computer-based technologies in supporting learning of science at secondary level. Expand
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Proof Practices and Constructs of Advanced Mathematics Students
Abstract Proof has traditionally been seen as an important aspect of the advanced mathematics curriculum. The study reported here examines the proof practices and constructs of a group of studentsExpand
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Constructions of dynamic geometry: A study of the interpretative flexibility of educational software in classroom practice
The idea of ‘interpretative flexibility’ underpins new approaches to studying technological artefacts and curricular resources in use. Expand
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Teacher representations of the successful use of computer-based tools and resources in secondary-school English, mathematics and science
Abstract This study investigated professional thinking about pedagogical aspects of technology use in mainstream classroom practice. It focuses on the systems of ideas which frame teacher accounts ofExpand
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A practitioner model of the use of computer-based tools and resources to support mathematics teaching and learning
This study analyses the pedagogical ideas underpinning teachers' accounts of the successful use of computer-based tools and resources to support the teaching and learning of mathematics. TheseExpand
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Design Tools in Didactical Research: Instrumenting the Epistemological and Cognitive Aspects of the Design of Teaching Sequences
European programs of design research have developed distinctive types of apparatus to structure and support the process of didactical design. This article illustrates how intermediate frameworks andExpand
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