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Successful university-school partnerships: An interpretive framework to inform partnership practice
This paper presents an Interpretive Framework stemming from a longitudinal and iterative multiple case study of five Australian universities examining the cogent and unique practices underpinningExpand
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Challenging the Traditional Sequence of Teaching Introductory Calculus
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In this study, handheld CASs were used to support students’ thinking as they grappled with the concepts of introductory calculus. Expand
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CAS : student engagement requires unambiguous advantages
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We report on a group of undergraduate students who, despite carefully planned lectures and CAS availability for all learning and assessment tasks, failed to capitalize on its affordances. Expand
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Revealing educationally critical aspects of rate
Rate (of change) is an important but complicated mathematical concept describing a ratio comparing two different numeric, measurable quantities. Research referring to students’ difficulties with thisExpand
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An ‘Emergent Model’ for Rate of Change
Does speed provide a ‘model for’ rate of change in other contexts? Does JavaMathWorlds (JMW), animated simulation software, assist in the development of the ‘model for’ rate of change? This projectExpand
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Developing Primary Pre-Service Teachers' Mathematical Content Knowledge during Practicum Teaching.
While it is recognised that a teachers' mathematical content knowledge (MCK) is crucial for teaching, less is known about when different categories of MCK develop during teacher education. This paperExpand
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What is rate? Does context or representation matter?
Rate is an important, but difficult, mathematical concept. Despite more than 20 years of research, especially with calculus students, difficulties are reported with this concept. This paper reportsExpand
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Revealing Conceptions of Rate of Change
Rate of change is an important mathematical concept. Research referring to students’ difficulties with this concept spans more than twenty years. Research suggests that problems experienced by someExpand
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Student perspectives of Web-based mathematics
Abstract This paper presents the results of a survey conducted with students ( N  = 97) whose teachers have used the Web in their mathematics classes. Their responses to the use of the Internet forExpand
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Classroom Animals Provide More Than Just Science Education
Keeping classroom animals is a common practice in many classrooms. Their value for learning is often seen narrowly as the potential to involve children in learning biological science. They alsoExpand
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