# The Use of Applets For Developing Understanding In Mathematics: A Case Study Using Maplets For Calculus With Continuity Concepts.

@inproceedings{Patenaude2013TheUO, title={The Use of Applets For Developing Understanding In Mathematics: A Case Study Using Maplets For Calculus With Continuity Concepts.}, author={R. Patenaude}, year={2013} }

GOALS • Identify strategies that promote conceptual understanding. • Document and analyze features of technology that promote students' understanding.

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