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Mathematics Education Research Journal Vol. 26, No. 4 (December 2014) pp. 833–852
Today's students increasingly engage in online environments, with ready access to digital resources and mobile technologies. While much of this activity is socially motivated, the internet is also a source of knowledge for students and...
The Affordances of Using a Flipped Classroom Approach in the Teaching of Mathematics: A Case Study of a Grade 10 Mathematics Class
Mathematics Education Research Journal Vol. 28, No. 1 (2016) pp. 149–171
Teaching secondary mathematics has a number of challenges, including the expectations that teachers cover the prescribed curriculum, help students learn difficult concepts, prepare students for future studies, and, increasingly, that they do so...
Mathematics Teacher Education and Development Vol. 15, No. 2 (2013)
This paper reports on the trial of video excerpts of mathematics teaching used in teaching pre-service primary teachers in a four-year undergraduate teacher education degree program. After viewing a video excerpt of teaching a basic mathematics...
Preparing Pre-Service Teachers for Classroom Practice in a Virtual World: A Pilot Study Using Second Life
Journal of Interactive Media in Education Vol. 2013, No. 1 (2013)
Many pre-service teachers feel under-prepared to teach students with a diverse range of needs and abilities and continue to be concerned about classroom behaviour management when undertaking practicum experiences. In order to address these concerns, ...
Sue Gregory; Lisa Jacka; Frederick Stokes-Thompson; Helen Farley; Sheila Scutter; Penelope Neuendorf; Shame Matthews; Jaime Garcia; Grant Meredith; Scott Grant; Angela Giovanangeli; Andrew Cram; Tracey Muir; Jenny Grenfell; Anthony Williams; Anglea McCarthy; Brent Gregory; Stefan Schutt; Denise Wood; Lindy Orwin; Ian Warren; Matt Bower; Des Butler; Jay Jay Jegathesan; Anton Bogdanovych
ASCILITE - Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Annual Conference 2012 (November 2012)
Virtual worlds (VWs) continue to be used extensively in Australia and New Zea land higher education institutions although the tendency towards making unrealistic claims of efficacy and popularity appears to be over. Some educators at higher...