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Using ISETL and cooperative learning to teach abstract algebra: An instructor’s view. (English)
Hibbard, Allen C. et al., Innovations in teaching abstract algebra. Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC (ISBN 0-88385-171-7). 71-76 (2002).
Classification: H45
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The railway station problem. (English)
Math. Spectr. 34, No. 3, 58-60 (2002).
Classification: G70
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Policy, labour markets and school ’pathways’: school mathematics and social justice. (English)
Matos, João Filipe et al., Mathematics education and society, MES 2. Proceedings of the international conference, Montechoro, Portugal, March 26‒31, 2000. (ISBN 972-9348-05-7). 33-44 (2000).
Classification: A40
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The interrelationship between graphs, formulae and tables: exploring the relationship between mathematising and outcomes-based education. (English)
Pythagoras (Pretoria), No. 51, 37-42 (2000).
Classification: M10
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Two-way charts: messages for teacher professional development. (English)
Teach. Stat. 22, No. 3, 76-79 (2000).
Classification: C29
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A generalization of Fermat’s little theorem. (English)
Int. J. Math. Educ. Sci. Technol. 31, No. 3, 476-477 (2000).
Classification: F65
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Dealing with Chance: prep to year 4. (English)
Gough, John et al., Mathematics: exploring all angles. , (ISBN 1-876308-72-9). 400-408 (1998).
Classification: K52
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’Global Graphs’: a window on the design of learning activities for outcomes-based education. (English)
Pythagoras (Pretoria), No. 46-47, 37-44 (1998).
Classification: K30
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Chance activities for middle primary school. (English)
Scott, Nick et al., Mathematics: creating the future. , (ISBN 1-875900-20-9). 430-435 (1997).
Classification: D42
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Learning by understanding: the role of multiple representations in learning algebra. (English)
Am. Educ. Res. J. 34, No. 4, 663-689 (1997).
Classification: F90
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Navigating the Internet. (English)
Sams.net Publishing, Indianapolis, IN (ISBN 0-672-30718-9). 523 p. (1995).
Classification: R50
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Discovering calculus with the Casio fx-7700 and the Casio fx-8700. (English)
McGraw-Hill, New York, NY (ISBN 0-07-059200-4). 271 p. (1994).
Classification: I44
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Mastering mathematics. How to be a great math student. (English)
Wadsworth Publ., Belmont, CA (ISBN 0-534-20838-X). 211 p. (1994).
Classification: D70
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Relating-social interaction roles and metacognitive functioning in mathematics problem solving. (English)
Atweh, B. et al., Contexts in mathematics education. , (ISBN 0-86856-902-X). 205-208 (1993).
Classification: D53
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Songs, data collection and maths investigations. (English)
Mousley, J. et al., Mathematics: Of primary importance. Mathematical Association of Victoria, Brunswick (ISBN 0-909-315-50-7). 273-277 (1993).
Classification: K33
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Spreadsheets in the mathematics classroom. (English)
Knierzinger, A. et al., Informatics and changes in learning. , (ISBN 3-9500247-0-0). XIV21-XIV23 (1993).
Classification: R24
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Project-based learning based on real railway examples. (English)
Mousley, J. et al., Mathematics: Of primary importance. Mathematical Association of Victoria, Brunswick (ISBN 0-909-315-50-7). 282-287 (1993).
Classification: D45
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Discovering calculus with the TI-81 and the TI-85. Analysis mit dem TI-81 und dem TI-85 entdecken. (English)
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 1993. 271 p. [ISBN 0-07-059199-7]
Classification: I10 N80 U70
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It’s time .. to link maths with music. (English)
Horne, M. et al., Mathematics: Meeting the challenge. Mathematical Association of Victoria, Brunswick (ISBN 0-909-315-49-3). 300-304 (1992).
Classification: M82
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Discovering calculus with the HP-28 and the HP-48. Analysis entdecken mit dem HP-28 und dem HP-48. (English)
New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 1992. 287 p. [ISBN 0-07-059179-2]
Classification: K74 I14 D44
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