id: 02348402
dt: j
an: 2002f.04775
au: Heid, M. Kathleen
ti: How theories about the learning and knowing of mathematics can inform the
use of CAS in school mathematics: One perspective.
so: Int. J. Comput. Algebra Math. Educ. 9, No. 2, 95-112 (2002).
py: 2002
pu: Research Information, Ltd., Hemel Hempstead
la: EN
cc: C30
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ab: In this article, the author describes ways she has used theories of knowing
and learning to inform her use of CAS in school and early college
mathematics. The article describes the role of macroprocedures and
microprocedures, process-object distinctions, and the movement toward
more formal ways of expressing mathematical ideas. The author discusses
how these theories along with perspectives on algebra can impact
pedagogical approaches to algebra instruction.
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