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Current digital techlogies have the potential to enhance primary children's mathematical learning. Calculators and computers can be used as tools in mathematics to perform routine processes or to explore mathematical ideas. Graphic and programmable calculators, and computers with open-ended software can also immerse children in exciting, creative and productive learning environments. The Internet allows children to venture into the ermous world of mathematics beyond the classroom. This book provides teachers with insights into how other teachers and researchers have discovered ways to create powerful learning experiences for children. Each chapter helps the reader to understand why certain teaching approaches with techlogy are more effective than others, as well as providing many practical ideas for activities and projects for children with various ability levels and learning styles.
Jenni Way has a background of primary school teaching in Australia. She spent two and a half years with Cambridge University, School of Education developing the NRICH primary website, and has now returned to her mathematics education lecturing position at the University of Western Sydney. Toni Beardon, after a successful career in secondary mathematics teaching and teacher education with Cambridge University, became the founding Director of the NRICH online maths club project.
Jenni Way, Toni Beardon
Open University Press
Date of Publication
Education & Teaching
UK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Education OUP