June 5th and 6th, 1998

An initiative of NCTM's Electronic Format Group

Sponsored by the
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse

for Mathematics and Science Education,

Co-sponsored by the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Opening
remarks by Joan Ferrini-Mundy

Opening
remarks by Mary Lindquist

Remarks
by M. Kathleen Heid

The papers which follow were intended to assist the writers of NCTM Standards 2000 obtain useful information on technology and the teaching of mathematics. The papers will spark comments from many readers, and there are discussion possibilities throughout.

View a list of papers:

- Learning mathematics as modelling - N. Balacheff
- Computer Environments that Engender Students? Construction of Mathematical Ideas and Reasoning - Michael T. Battista
- Giving Prominence to Pedagogical Issues - David Carraher
- Bringing the Vision of 21st Century Collaborative Projects Into Today's Classrooms - Ihor Charischak
- From exercises and tasks to problems and projects: Unique contributions of computers - Douglas H. Clements
- Future Visions of Information Technology in Math Education: Design Heuristics for Vignettes Embedded in the Standards - Chris Dede
- Solving Equations and Technology - Robert L. Devaney
- Challenges in the Use of Technology Active Assessment Some Lessons Learned in AP Calculus - Thomas Dick
- Hand-held Calculators in Mathematics Education: A Research Perspective - Penelope H. Dunham
- Electronic Technology and NCTM Standards - Alfinio Flores
- Incorporating Technology into the Curriculum at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics - John A. Goebel and Daniel J. Teague
- Chipping Away at Mathematics - E. Paul Goldenberg
- The impact on mathematics at the secondary level: Implications for Standards 2000 - M. Kathleen Heid
- Effective technologies for effective mathematics - Celia Hoyles
- Technology as a Transf ormative Force in Math Education - James J. Kaput
- When Does The Use Of Computer Games Help Students? - Maria M. Klawe
- Intelligent Cognitive Tutors - Dr. Kenneth R. Koedinger
- Factors of integration of dynamic geometry software - Colette Laborde
- Hypermedia Technologies for Case-based Teacher Education - Richard Lehrer, Anthony Petrosino and Matthew Koehler
- Computer Tools for Interactive Mathematical Activity in the Elementary School - John Olive, Ph.D.
- Dynamic Manipulation of Mathematical Objects - William Finzer and Nicholas Jackiw
- New Approaches to Sharing Mathematics and Science Databases - Len Simutis
- How technoogy influenced me to stop lecturing and start teaching - J. J Uhl
- The Role of Hand-Held Computer Symbolic Algebra in Mathematics Education in the Twenty-First Century - Bert K. Waits and Franklin Demana
- Graphing Calculator-Associated Strategies Used by and Misconceptions of High School Students - Robin A. Ward
- Using the Internet for Mathematics Education - Stephen Weimar

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