Vol 6, No 2 (2010)

Special Issue on Using Technology in Mathematics and Science Education

Guest edited by Michael Mikusa and Lisa Donnelly.

Table of Contents


Introduction to the Special Issue on Using Technology in Mathematics and Science Education PDF
Lisa Ann Donnelly, Michael Mikusa 1-3

Articles: Special Issue (Mathematics)

High School Mathematics Teacher Professional Development in Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics PDF
Gregory D. Foley, Jeremy F. Strayer, Blake Regan 4-17
The Role of Teacher Thinking in Technology-Based Reform: A Multiple Case Study PDF
Shannon Guerrero 18-30
Combining Professional Development with Resource Development: Cooperative Design of Integrated Technology Lessons in Statistics PDF
Brynja Raquel Kohler, Kady Schneiter, Kimberly Thatcher 31-47
On Using Technology to Confront Information Overload in a Mathematics Classroom PDF
Suzanne R. Harper, Robert M. Klein, Michael T. Edwards 48-62
Supporting Students' Interest in Mathematics through Applications from Digital Image Processing PDF
Jason Silverman, Gail Rosen 63-77
Students’ Perceptions when Learning Mathematics Online: A Path Analysis PDF
Cherie Ichinose 78-93
Using TI-Nspire to Enhance the Teaching of a Geometric Theorem PDF
Thomas G. Edwards, S. Aslı Özgün-Koca 94-101
Middle Grades Students in Engaging Mathematics with Interactive Electronic Mathematics Presentations PDF
Colleen M. Eddy, Barba Patton 102-111

Articles: Special Issue (Science)

Using Technology to Promote Conceptual Change in Secondary Earth Science Pupils’ Understandings of Moon Phases PDF
Ian C. Binns, Randy L. Bell, Lara Smetana 112-129
The Use of an Agent-Based Programmable Modeling Tool in 8th Grade Students’ Model-Based Inquiry PDF
Lin Xiang, Cynthia Passmore 130-147
Computer Animation and the Academic Achievement of Nigerian Senior Secondary School Students in Biology PDF
Ayotola Aremu, Abiodun Sangodoyin 148-161

Full Issue

RCETJ Vol. 6, No. 2 PDF (4.1 MB)

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