NCTM San Diego: Technology in Math Ed

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This is a selection of presentations from the 74th Annual NCTM Meeting, 25-28 April 1996, San Diego, CA.

We will endeavor to collect more information on the individual talks (abstract, preprint, etc.) and on the subject matter (bibliography, ancillary material, related Web sites, etc.). In the list below, a * means that the speakers have provided additional material on their talk.



  • From Induction to Deduction with The Geometer's Sketchpad
    Steven Rasmussen (Key Curriculum Press, Berkeley, CA)
    Level: 7-12, Type: Regular

  • Real World Applications Using Graphing Calculators (Data, Recursion, Matrices, etc.)
    Tim R. Trapp (Mt. View High School, Mesa, AZ)
    Level: 9-12 , Type: Extended

  • Bridging Middle-Graders' Understanding of Mathematics with the Geometer's Sketchpad
    Edwin McClintock (Florida International University, Miami, FL)
    Level: 5-8, Type: Regular

  • Technology in the K-4 Math Elementary Classroom
    Bruce Michael Green (Tom Snyder Productions, Inc., Watertown, MA)
    Peter Hamilton Reynolds (Tom Snyder Productions, Inc., Watertown, MA)
    Level: K-4, Type: Extended

  • Technology: More Than Calculators and Computers
    Marilyn F. Hughes (Montclair State Univ., Upper Montclair, NJ)
    Level: 9-12, Type: Extended

  • * WAVE Project: Mathematica Notebooks Via Internet for Your Classroom
    Carol A. Castellon (University Laboratory High School, Urbana, IL)
    Debra J. Woods (University Laboratory High School, Urbana, IL)
    Level: 9-12, Type: Regular
  • Mathematics, Science, and Technology - Making New Curriculum Connections
    John G. McLaughlin (Baltimore County Pub. Schools, Baltimore, MD)
    Karen A. Verbeke (Univ of Maryland East Shore, Princess Anne, MD)
    Level: 7-12, Type: Regular

  • Math and Technology - An Enchanting Combination
    Karen B. Bryant (York Central School, Retsof, NY)
    Level: K-4, Type: Regular

  • Exploring Mathematics with the Next Generation of Hand-Held Student Computers
    Bert K. Waits (Ohio State University, Columbus, OH)
    Level: 10-13, Type: Mini-Course

  • * Manipulatives in High School Mathematics: Examples From a Videocourse
    Ed Dickey (University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC)
    Level: 7-12, Type: Activity

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