MAT 326: Technology Tools for Secondary School Mathematics
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|Roger Day; Mathematics Department, Illinois State University|
|Course activities focus on some of the many mathematical representations typically available through technology, including numerical, tabular, graphical, statistical, algebraic, probabilistic, and geometrical representations. Exploration of these representations using hand-held calculators as well as computer software, the latter to include electronic spreadsheets, dynamic geometry software, and computer algebra systems. A fundamental goal of the course is to become more familiar with some of the technology tools available and appropriate for teaching and learning secondary school mathematics. Syllabus, and problem sets and writing assignments such as an extended mathematics investigation and lesson plan for using technology to present a mathematics lesson.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Math Ed Topics:||Technology in Math Ed, Pre-Service|
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