Talk:Computer-based mathematics education
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I propose a new title: Computers in mathematics education. You see, mathematics education is not divided in computer-based and paper-based. It is divided according to the mathematics content, and according to the age of the students. Only rarely one can single also some aspects by geography or by type, like Mathematics education in the US/France/Russia or the present article. So, we should not invent non-scientific notions of abacus-based and computer-based mathematics education. We can however talk about the usage of computers in mathematics education. Dc76\talk 00:02, 15 October 2008 (UTC)
- The essential distinctions is between computers as the topic of study within mathematics or as the means of delivery of mathematical education. Our topic is the latter and the current title says this well enough. Colonel Warden (talk) 19:27, 19 October 2008 (UTC)
Sources moved from article
- Alessi, S.M., and Trollip, S.R. (2001). Multimedia for Learning. USA: A Pearson Education Company.
- Bereiter, C. and Scardamalia, M.(1996). Rethinking Learning. Handbook of Education and Human Development (p.505). Cambridge, UK: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.
- Grouws,D.A.(1992). Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning. USA: NCTM.
- Kanga, A.R.(1995). Number Mosaics: Journeys in Search of Universals. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
- Williams, S.R. (1997). Mathematics (Grades 7-12). Handbook of Academic Learning (p.343-368). California, USA: Academic press, Inc.
- Cowen, C.C.(2006).The Teaching - Technology Linkage in Mathematics. 3rd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level, Istanbul-TURKEY.
- Karadag, Z.(2006).A Proposal for Extending Undergraduate Students Math Ability:CSCL. 3rd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level, Istanbul-TURKEY.
Some actual sources
Here are some sources I found on computerized mathematics instruction. Probably some or all of them would be useful in turning this into a better article. At least from the titles they look more relevant than many of the removed sources above. But my suspicion is that this is just the tip of the iceberg and that the subject has a much larger literature, in which case we would be better off finding some recent surveys or texts that cover the field more thoroughly. (Disclaimer: I have done some past consulting for ALEKS, a computerized mathematics program that is the subject of one of these papers.)
- Abelson, Harold; diSessa, Andrea (1986), Turtle Geometry: The Computer as a Medium for Exploring Mathematics, MIT Press, ISBN 9780262510370.
- Hagerty, Gary; Smith, S. (2005), "Using the Web-Based Interactive Software ALEKS to Enhance College Algebra", Mathematics and Computer Education 39 (3): 183–194.
- Hasselbring, Ted S. (1988), "Developing Math Automaticity in Learning Handicapped Children: The Role of Computerized Drill and Practice", Focus on Exceptional Children 20 (6): 1–7.
- Mautone, Jennifer A.; DuPaul, George J.; Jitendra, Asha K. (2005), "The Effects of Computer-Assisted Instruction on the Mathematics Performance and Classroom Behavior of Children With ADHD", Journal of Attention Disorders 9 (1): 301–312, doi:10.1177/1087054705278832.
- Ravaglia, Raymond; Suppes, Patrick; Stillinger, Constace; Alper, Theodore M. (1995), "Computer-Based Mathematics and Physics for Gifted Students", Gifted Child Quarterly 39 (1): 7–13, doi:10.1177/001698629503900102.
- Shiah, Rwey-Lin; Mastropieri, Margo A.; Scruggs, Thomas E.; Mushinski Fulk, Barbara J. (1994), "The Effects of Computer-Assisted Instruction on the Mathematical Problem Solving of Students With Learning Disabilities", Exceptionality 5 (3): 131–161, doi:10.1207/s15327035ex0503_2.
While it was decided to merge Math-Bridge into this article, nothing is written about it. I removed the redirection and restored the original article. Feel free to find a better solution. Torzsmokus (talk) 10:10, 18 February 2014 (UTC)
- The consensus of the AfD was to merge, with a strong secondary opinion that if there was nothing to merge that it should be deleted. Unless you have new evidence for the notability of this project, I don't see how restoring the article fits into that consensus. —David Eppstein (talk) 21:48, 18 February 2014 (UTC)