Using Technology to Transform Mathematics Teacher Education: An Example from Graphing Instruction
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|Lisa Denise Murphy|
|An examination of how an example of a use of technology in mathematics education - microcomputer-based laboratory (MBL) work used to teach students about line graphs - fits Pea's framework (the effects of transformation are less predictable than those of amplification, but likely to be more significant); looking for general principles that may be extracted from this example for use in mathematics teacher education programs.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Articles, Bibliographies|
|Math Topics:||Graphing Equations, Graphing of Data|
|Math Ed Topics:||Computers|
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