ICT for inquiry in mathematics: A developmental research approach
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Original versionJournal of computers in mathematics and science teaching
Computers and calculators are in general widely used in Norwegian schools, but with limited use in specific school subjects, as particularly in mathematics teaching. Various reports from surveys and research projects indicate that teachers’ competence with ICT is a crucial point, and that teachers’ lack of knowledge of how to utilise software for mathematics is a key challenge for further development. In the project ICT and mathematics learning (ICTML) at the University of Agder, the aim was to support the development of teachers’ competence with ICT in order to improve mathematics teaching, learning, and problem solving with ICT.
Accepted version of an article published in the journal: Journal of computers in mathematics and science teaching Copyright 2009 by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). [http://www.aace.org] Included here by permission"