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Slideware Strategies for Mathematics Educators
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JMEATC Volume 1, Number 1,

Abstract

Programs like PowerPoint and Keynote have become standard tools for teaching. Despite their ubiquity, an increasing number of educators blame them for both a deskilling of teachers and a dumbing down of students. This article examines some of the concerns that surround slideware-assisted teaching and offers guidelines and heuristics concerned mathematics teachers can use to re-energize and re-intellectualize their use of presentation software products. Special emphasis is placed on slideware's use in the mathematics classroom.

Citation

Stryker, C. (2010). Slideware Strategies for Mathematics Educators. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 1(1), 46-50. Retrieved December 7, 2021 from .

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