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Designing tasks within a multi-representational technological environment : an emerging rubric

Clark-Wilson, Alison and Timotheus, Jay (2013) Designing tasks within a multi-representational technological environment : an emerging rubric. In: ICMI Study 22 Task Design in Mathematics Education. International Commission on Mathematical Instruction, p. 47.

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Abstract

The advent of digital technological environments that offer linked multiple mathematical representations present a substantial challenge to secondary mathematics teachers as they begin to design tasks for their learners. This paper concludes a design rubric for mathematical tasks as one of the outcomes of a longitudinal doctoral study in which fifteen teachers began to integrate such a tool (TI-Nspire handheld and software) within their classroom practice (Clark-Wilson, 2010a). The research, which was carried out in two phases, provided evidence for the predominant use of the technology to support explorations of variance and invariance. It also gave an insight into the process through which the teachers integrated the technology into their classroom practices. This paper offers a joint perspective of the project from the mathematics education researcher (Clark-Wilson) alongside one of participating teachers (Timotheus).

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Date Deposited: 13 Feb 2014 13:31
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