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Can a tromino be tiled with unit trominoes? (English)

Math. Spectr. 48, No. 2, 78-81 (2016).

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The prevalence of area-under-a-curve and anti-derivative conceptions over Riemann sum-based conceptions in students’ explanations of definite integrals. (English)

Int. J. Math. Educ. Sci. Technol. 46, No. 5, 721-736 (2015).

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Students’ understandings of multivariate integrals and how they may be generalized from single integral conceptions. (English)

J. Math. Behav. 40, Part B, 154-170 (2015).

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Areas, anti-derivatives, and adding up pieces: definite integrals in pure mathematics and applied science contexts. (English)

J. Math. Behav. 38, 9-28 (2015).

4

Calculus limits involving infinity: the role of students’ informal dynamic reasoning. (English)

Int. J. Math. Educ. Sci. Technol. 46, No. 1, 105-126 (2015).

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The frequencies of various interpretations of the definite integral in a general student population. (English)

Oesterle, Susan (ed.) et al., Proceedings of the 38th conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education “Mathematics education at the edge", PME 38 held jointly with the 36th conference of PME-NA, Vancouver, Canada, July 15‒20, 2014, Vol. 3. [s. l.]: International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (ISBN 978-0-86491-360-9/set; 978-0-86491-363-0/v.3). 401-408 (2014).

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Adding it all up: reconceiving the introduction of the integral. (English)

Math. Teach. (Reston) 107, No. 5, 372-377 (2013).

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Understanding the integral: students’ symbolic forms. (English)

J. Math. Behav. 32, No. 2, 122-141 (2013).

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Understanding the development of flexibility in struggling algebra students. (English)

Math. Think. Learn. 12, No. 4, 282-305 (2010).

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Learning statistics at the farmers market? A comparison of academic service learning and case studies in an introductory statistics course. (English)

J. Stat. Educ. 18, No. 3, 21 p. (2010).

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Interactive whiteboards and all that jazz: the contribution of musical metaphors to the analysis of classroom activity with interactive technologies. (English)

Technol. Pedagog. Educ. 19, No. 2, 143-157 (2010).

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Analysing the use of interactive technology to implement interactive teaching. (English)

J. Comput. Assist. Learn. 24, No. 1, 61-73 (2008).

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How interactive is your whiteboard? (English)

Math. Teach. Inc. Micromath 2007, No. 200, 37-41 (2007).

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Interactive whole class teaching and interactive white boards. (English)

Clarkson, Philip et al., MERGA 28 - 2005. Building connections: Theory, research and practice. Vol. 1 and 2. ,. 720-727 (2005).

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Self-efficacy in mathematics and students’ use of self-regulated learning strategies during assessment events. (English)

Pateman, Neil A. et al., Proceedings of the 27th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education held jointly with the 25th Conference of PME-NA. Vol. 4. ,. 275-282 (2003).

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Assessing children’s mathematical thinking in practical modelling situations. (English)

Teach. Math. Appl. 21, No. 4, 145-159 (2002).

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Using information and communications technology to support interactive teaching and learning on a secondary mathematics initial teacher training course. (English)

J. Inf. Technol. Teach. Educ. 11, No. 1, 77-91 (2002).

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Teachers = Interpretations of effective whole class interactive teaching. (English)

Rogerson, Alan, MEC 21 - The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project. New ideas in mathematics education. ,. 109-114 (2001).

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Assessing children’s mathematical thinking in practical modelling activities. (English)

Rogerson, Alan, MEC 21 - The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project. New ideas in mathematics education. ,. 245-250 (2001).

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Scaffolding for success: reflective discourse and the effective teaching of mathematical thinking skills. (English)

Res. Math. Educ. 2, No. 1, 19-32 (2000).

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