@article {MATHEDUC.06479509,
author = {Hewitt, David},
title = {Introduction of letters and solving linear equations using Grid Algebra. II.},
year = {2013},
journal = {Mathematics Teaching},
volume = {233},
issn = {0025-5785},
pages = {6-10},
publisher = {Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), Derby},
abstract = {Summary: The author continues to explain the journey into algebra. It has long been acknowledged that `understanding and using notation' is key to success in learning algebra. The experiences documented here illustrate how this understanding can become a reality for most learners. Not through some particular alchemy that is beyond replication, but simply by using a well-researched, and crafted software package. This learning media engages, challenges, and provides students with feedback that undoubtedly influences their learning. As you read, remember that the classroom and students described is `typical', exhibiting all the residual features than have the potential to influence the learning, in both a positive or negative sense. So, what makes the difference here? For Part I see [the author, ibid. 232, 21--24 (2013; ME 2015f.01036)].},
msc2010 = {U72xx (F32xx H22xx H32xx)},
identifier = {2015f.01037},
}