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Would We Teach without Technology? A Professor's Experience of Teaching Mathematics Education Incorporating the Internet
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Educational Research Volume 45, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1881

Abstract

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)

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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. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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