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TWG 16 Learning Mathematics with Technology and Other Resources
Suite 687
TWG leader: Hans-Georg Weigand
TWG16.PA1 A computer-based collaboration script to mediate verbal argumentation in mathematics
Giovannina Albano*1, Umberto Dello Iacono1, Maria Alessandra Mariotti2
1University of Salerno, Italy, 2University of Siena, Italy
TWG16.PA2 (Legitimate peripheral) computational thinking in mathematics
Laura Broley*1, Chantal Buteau2, Eric Muller2
1Concordia University, Canada, 2Brock University, Canada
TWG16.PA3 Mathematical gestures: multitouch technology and the indexical trace
Elizabeth de Freitas*1, Nathalie Sinclair2
1Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, 2Simon Fraser University, Canada
TWG16.PA4 Meaning-generation through an interplay between problem solving and Constructionism in the c-book technology environment
Ioannis Papadopoulos1,3, Dimitris Diamantidis*2,3, Chronis Kynigos2,3
1Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 2National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 3CTI & Press Diophantus, Greece
TWG16.PA5 Learning mathematics with technology. A review of recent CERME research
Ana Donevska-Todorova*1, Jana Trgalova2
1Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, 2University of Lyon, Claude Bernard University Lyon 1, S2HEP (EA4148), France
TWG16.PA6 Number, arithmetic, multiplicative thinking and coding
Krista Francis*, Brent Davis
University of Calgary, Canada
TWG16.PA7 Investigating the integration of a digital resource in the mathematics classroom: the case of a creative electronic book on Reflection
Eirini Geraniou*1, Manolis Mavrikis2
1University College London Institute of Education, UK, 2University College London Knowledge Lab, UK
TWG16.PA8 Khan Academy as a resource for pre-service teachers: a controlled study
James Gray*, Christine Lindstrøm, Kristian Vestli
Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway
TWG16.PA9 Preliminary testing of apps in mathematics, based on international collaborative work
Øistein Gjøvik1, Iveta Kohanova*2
1NTNU, Faculty of Teacher and Interpreter Education, Norway, 2Comenius University, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Slovakia
TWG16.PA10 Constructing the shortest path on a cylindrical surface
Chronis Kynigos*, Ioannis Zantzos
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
TWG16.PA11 Using dynamic worksheets to support functional thinking in lower secondary school
Edith Lindenbauer*1, Zsolt Lavicza2
1University College of Education Upper Austria, Austria, 2Johannes Kepler University, Austria
TWG16.PA12 Students' use of movement in the exploration of dynamic functions
Giulia Lisarelli
University of Florence, Department of Mathematics, Italy
TWG16.PA13 Examining motivation in mobile app-supported math trail environments
Adi Nur Cahyono1,2, Matthias Ludwig*1
1Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, 2Semarang State University, Indonesia
TWG16.PA14 Representing the one left over: a social semiotic perspective of students’ use of screen casting
Carol Murphy*, Nigel Calder
University of Waikato, New Zealand
TWG16.PA15 Interactive Virtual Math: a tool to support self-construction graphs by dynamical relations
Sonia Palha*, Stephan Koopman
1Universty of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
TWG16.PA16 Examples of didactical plans that use Information and Communication Technologies in order to enlarge students' roles in learning and teaching
Jean-Jacques Salone1,2
1Centre Universitaire de Formation et de Recherche, French Southern Territories, 2Institut Montpélliérain Alexandre Grothendieck, France
TWG16.PA17 Nature and characteristics of digital discourse in mathematical construction tasks
Florian Schacht
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
TWG16.PA18 Using dynamic and interactive technological tools to support conceptual learning of equations among low- achieving students
Osama Swidan*1,2, Wajeeh Daher2,3, Nael Darawshi2
1Kaye Academic College, Israel, 2Al-Qasemi Academic College, Israel, 3Al-Najah National University, Israel
TWG16.PA19 Students’ reasoning on linear transformations in a DGS: a semiotic perspective
Melih Turgut
Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Turkey
TWG16.PA20 Research on the language barrier of students who use Khan Academy as a mathematics homework platform
Jiří Vančura
Charles University, Czech Republic