On Sat, 25 Feb 1995, Michael Paul Goldenberg wrote:
> "Calculators must be accepted at the K-4 level as valuable tools for > learning mathematics. Calculators enable children to explore number ideas > and patterns, to have valuable concept-development experiences, to focus > on problem-solving processes, and to investigate realistic applications. > The thoughtful use of calculators can increase the quality of the > curriculum as well as the quality of children's learning.
Which problems ? Are there examples ? (I am NOT agains calculators in principle.) Andrei Toom