Would We Teach without Technology? A Professor's Experience of Teaching Mathematics Education Incorporating the Internet
Educational Research Volume 45, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1881
Asynchronous computer-mediated discussions supplemented instruction in mathematics for 10 inservice elementary teachers. Analysis of online discourse revealed three issues: exploration of math phobia; equity in math teaching, including special needs and gender issues; and use of instructional technology. Participants were able to reflect on incorporating technology into math, although the instructor's participation tended to stifle discussion. (SK)
Li, Q. (2003). Would We Teach without Technology? A Professor's Experience of Teaching Mathematics Education Incorporating the Internet. Educational Research, 45(1), 61-77.
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