Saturday, December 27, 2008


There are probably two aspects to helping teachers use technology in teaching (mathematics). One is the use of technology. The other is the human qualities that must be developed through the use of technology. As technology takes over the nitty gritty of machine skills, instructional efforts can then be directed to developing human qualities. For example, as the calculator takes over tedious computations, students can perform many computations effortlessly to observe patterns and make generalization.

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