Clark-Wilson, Alison

The Mathematics Teacher in the Digital Era

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Alison Clark-Wilson, Ornella Robutti, Nathalie Sinclair

2. Interactions Between Teacher, Student, Software and Mathematics: Getting a Purchase on Learning with Technology
John Mason, John Mason

Part I. Current Practices and Opportunities for Professional Development

3. Exploring the Quantitative and Qualitative Gap Between Expectation and Implementation: A Survey of English Mathematics Teachers’ Uses of ICT
Nicola Bretscher

4. Teaching with Digital Technology: Obstacles and Opportunities
Michael O. J. Thomas, Joann M. Palmer

5. A Developmental Model for Adaptive and Differentiated Instruction Using Classroom Networking Technology
Allan Bellman, Wellesley R. Foshay, Danny Gremillion

6. Integrating Technology in the Primary School Mathematics Classroom: The Role of the Teacher
María Trigueros, María-Dolores Lozano, Ivonne Sandoval

7. Technology Integration in Secondary School Mathematics: The Development of Teachers’ Professional Identities
Merrilyn Goos

8. Teaching Roles in a Technology Intensive Core Undergraduate Mathematics Course
Chantal Buteau, Eric Muller

Part II. Instrumentation of Digital Resources in the Classroom

9. Digital Technology and Mid-Adopting Teachers’ Professional Development: A Case Study
Paul Drijvers, Sietske Tacoma, Amy Besamusca, Cora Heuvel, Michiel Doorman, Peter Boon

10. Teaching Mathematics with Technology at the Kindergarten Level: Resources and Orchestrations
Ghislaine Gueudet, Laetitia Bueno-Ravel, Caroline Poisard

11. Teachers’ Instrumental Geneses When Integrating Spreadsheet Software
Mariam Haspekian

12. A Methodological Approach to Researching the Development of Teachers’ Knowledge in a Multi-Representational Technological Setting
Alison Clark-Wilson

13. Teachers and Technologies: Shared Constraints, Common Responses
Maha Abboud-Blanchard

14. Didactic Incidents: A Way to Improve the Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers
Gilles Aldon

Part III. Theories on Theories

15. Meta-Didactical Transposition: A Theoretical Model for Teacher Education Programmes
Ferdinando Arzarello, Ornella Robutti, Cristina Sabena, Annalisa Cusi, Rossella Garuti, Nicolina Malara, Francesca Martignone

16. Frameworks for Analysing the Expertise That Underpins Successful Integration of Digital Technologies into Everyday Teaching Practice
Kenneth Ruthven

17. Summary and Suggested Uses for the Book
Alison Clark-Wilson, Ornella Robutti, Nathalie Sinclair

Keywords: Education, Mathematics Education, Pedagogic Psychology, Computers and Education

Publication year
Mathematics Education in the Digital Era
Page amount
14 pages
Upbringing, Education

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