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  microcomputerbased 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 (912) 
Languages:  English 
Resource Types:  Articles, Bibliographies 
Math Topics:  Graphing Equations, Graphing of Data 
Math Ed Topics:  Computers 
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