Digital maths – always an improvement?
Digital technology is here to stay, but which digital technology should we have in our Mathematics curriculum? Is it digital at any cost? Are we in danger of losing the good aspects of the curriculum in our rush to embrace technology? What sort of digital affordances should be on our radar?
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Zsolt Lavicza, Research Director and colleagues from the International GeoGebra Institute at Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
Dr Alison Clark-Wilson
Digital maths – (always) an improvement when… Dr Alison Clark-Wilson, Principal Research Associate, UCL Institute of Education, University College London
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Professor Merrilyn Goos
Digital maths: challenges and opportunities Professor Merrilyn Goos, Professor of STEM Education and Director of EPI*STEM, National Centre for STEM Education, University of Limerick
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