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3rd ed 
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1 online resource (328 pages) 

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Intro  Contents  Acknowledgements  List of abbreviations and glossary  Introduction  CHAPTER 1 Why bother using ICT?  1.1 Chains of reasoning  1.2 What sort of mathematics might be involved, and how can ICT help?  1.3 Getting started using ICT in mathematics teaching  CHAPTER 2 What hardware is out there?  2.1 Introduction  2.2 Standalone and laptop PCs  2.3 Networked PCs  2.4 Ultramobile personal computers  2.5 Graphing calculators  2.6 Wholeclass displays  2.7 Datacapture devices  2.8 Printers  2.9 The educational context  CHAPTER 3 What software is out there?  3.1 Introduction  3.2 'Small programs', manipulatives and applets  3.3 Programming languages  3.4 General purpose software: wordprocessors, addins, spreadsheets  3.5 Graphing calculators (GCs)  3.6 Mathematicsspecific software  3.7 Datacapture software  3.8 Multimedia tools  3.9 Internet resources  3.10 Summary  CHAPTER 4 How to plan effective use of ICT  4.1 Using ICT in the secondary mathematics classroom  4.2 Training needs  Expected Outcomes  4.3 Analysing effective use of ICT: casestudies  CHAPTER 5 How to choose appropriate ICT for your curriculum  5.1 Introduction  5.2 Number  5.3 Algebra  5.4 Geometry  5.5 Statistics and modelling  5.6 Links with other subjects  5.7 More advanced mathematics  CHAPTER 6 Why integrate ICT into mathematics teaching and learning?  6.1 Three possible reasons  6.2 Reference to reasearch from home and abroad  CHAPTER 7 Where is it all going?  7.1 ICT, society and the world of work  7.2 Implications for education and the curriculum  7.3 Mathematics and technological development  Appendix  Index  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  Y 

This fullyupdated third edition of Teaching Mathematics using ICT incorporates all the most recent developments in mathematics education, including the new National Curriculum and recent Ofsted maths report. The authors also bring the hardware and software sections of the book right up to date, as well as telling you where to find all the best free resources! The book reflects the shift in focus to personalized learning and crosscurricular approaches, and suggested answers to the reflective questions peppered throughout the text are featured on the book's dedicated website. This userfriendly book is the definitive guide to using ICT to teach mathematics, and will be a valuable resource for all secondary school maths teachers and trainees 

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries 
Link 
Print version: Oldknow, Adrian Teaching Mathematics Using ICT
London : Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,c2010 9781441156884

Subject 
Mathematics  Great Britain  Computerassisted instruction.;Mathematics  Study and teaching (Secondary)  Great Britain.;Computerassisted instruction  Great Britain


Electronic books

Alt Author 
Tetlow, Linda


Taylor, Ron

