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Using Dynamic Geometry Software to Engage Students in the Standards for Mathematical Practice: The Case of Ms. Lowe

Author(s): Milan Sherman (Drake University, USA), Carolyn McCaffrey James (Portland State University, USA), Amy Hillen (Kennesaw State University, USA) and Charity Cayton (East Carolina University, USA)
Copyright: 2015
Pages: 30
EISBN13: 9781466680975


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This case provides readers with an opportunity to consider issues pertaining to the use of instructional technologies in the mathematics classroom. As a narrative case based on a lesson observed in a real classroom, the case reflects the complexities of this context, yet was written to highlight certain themes relevant to teaching mathematics with technology. In particular, how students use dynamic geometry software to explore mathematical relationships, how they engage with the Standards for Mathematical Practice, and the important role of the teacher in this process are prominent themes in the lesson.

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