Authors | Title | Abstract |
Presen-tation/ Paper |
Extras | |
P01 | Aguilera G., Galán J.L., Gálvez A., Padilla Y., Rodríguez P., Rodríguez R. | A Stepwise Graphical Approach for Teaching Automated Theorem Proving in Engineering | |||
P38 | Prank R. | A Tool for Evaluating Solution Economy of Algebraic Transformations | |||
P20 | Haapasalo L. | Adapting the Assessment to the Instrumental Genesis | |||
P06 | Beaudin M., Picard G., Savard G., Trottier C. | Adopting TI-Nspire CAS Technology (Handheld and Software), a Campus-Wide Experience | |||
P41 | Schmidt K. | An Evaluation of Students' Experiences in Technology-based Courses in Mathematics and Statistics | |||
P03 | Bauldry W.C., Ellis Jr. W., Flores H., Heinrich R., Heugl H. | Assessment and Mathematical Placement Exams with Technology | |||
P12 | Böhm J. | Attracted by (Strange) Attractors | |||
P32 | Luik P. | Being a Math Teacher - Looking through the Blog Posts of Student Teachers | |||
P04 | Bauldry W.C. | CAS in the Classroom: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow | |||
P24 | Heugl H. | CAS or not CAS? That is the Question when Using Technology in Mathematics Education | |||
P19 |
Garcia A.,
Garcia F.,
Rodriguez G., de la Villa A. |
Changing Assessment Methods: New Rules, New Roles | |||
P17 | Fay T.H. | Compund Damped Pendulum: an Energy Comparison | |||
P53 | Westermann T. | Computer Algebra as an Educational Tool | |||
P48 | Tõnisson E. | Computers in School Mathematics in Estonia. Possible trends | |||
P26 | Kadijevich D. | Critical Issues of Effective CAS Utilization | |||
P05 |
Beaudin M., Böhm J., Galan J.L., Leinbach L.C. |
DERIVE is Still Special | |||
P42 | Sjöstrand D. | Deriving Big Formulas with Derive and What Happened Then | |||
P52 | Wegscheider W. | Development of pedagogical tools for teaching mathematics - from the PC Lab and TI-92 to Smartphone, Tablet and Netbooks | |||
P11 | Böhm J. | Dynamic Systems -From Simulation Software to CAS | |||
P10 | Böhm J. | Dynamic Systems on Various Platforms | |||
P22 | Heinrich R. | Experiences of 15 Years Using Grafic Calculators in Saxonia | |||
P13 | Böhm J. | Find Your Very Own "Attractive" Attractor | |||
P31 | Leinbach L.C. | Finding Bioinformatics Data and DERIVE Programs to Process It | |||
P34 |
Oikarinen J., Kaasila R., Oikarinen M., Järvelä S. |
Finnish Upper Secondary Students' Collaborative Processes in Learning Statistics in CSCL Environment | |||
P46 | Todd P. | From Inductive Reasoning to Proof by Induction with Geometry Expressions | |||
P18 | Galán J.L. | From Vienna to Tartu: A 10 Years Tour using Derive in TIME | |||
P30 | Leinbach L.C. | Hidden Markov Models and an Introduction to Their Uses in Bioinformatics | |||
P28 |
Kurvits J., Kurvits M. |
High School Students' Acquisition of Knowledge and Skills through Self-Organization and Collaboration | |||
P49 | Urban-Woldron H. | Integration of Digital Tools into the Mathematics Classroom: A Challenge for Preparing and Supporting the Teacher | |||
P51 |
van der Hoff Q.,
Greeff J.C., Fay T.H. |
Invariant Region Method (IRM) Applied to Two Dimensional Predator-Prey Systems | |||
P14 | Chepurko E. | Learning Mathematics through the Surrounding World | |||
P35 | Peetsalu R. | Making Learning Math Addictive - Localization of the Famous Open Source Website Khan Academy in Estonia | |||
P33 | Moldenhauer W. | Mathematical Induction and CAS | |||
P45 | Todd P. | Mathematical Modelling with Geometry Expressions and TI nSpire CAS | |||
P43 | Stolyarevska A. | Modeling the Probability of a Binary Outcome | |||
P50 | Urban-Woldron H. | Motion Sensors in Mathematics Teaching: Learning Tools for Understanding General Math Concepts? | |||
P37 | Pihlap S., Sild S., Kreutzberg K. | Notice Mathematics around You | |||
P36 | Pence D. | Programming-like Activities for Calculus and Differential Equations Classes | |||
P15 | Dahan J.J. | Representations of Solids and Surfaces within the TI N'Spire Environment | |||
P21 | Hasek R. | Systems of Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry as Tools of Mathematical Investigation | |||
P40 | Flores H. | Teaching Conics through Mathematical Modelling | |||
P02 | Antrobus P. | Technology in Maths (a Queensland Perspective) | |||
P44 | Stolz G. | TI-Nspire CX CAS- New Release 3.2 | |||
P27 | Kaljula J. | Types of Mistakes and Dynamics of the Occurrence of Mistakes Solving Linear Equations Using Computer Program T-algebra | |||
P29 | Leinbach L.C. | Using Derive To Generate DNA Fractal Representations | |||
P16 |
Ellis Jr. W., Bauldry W.C. |
Using Dynamic Documents to Enhance Student Understanding | |||
P25 | Joubert S.V., Shatalov M.Y., Coetzee C.E. | Using Fourier Series to Analyse Mass Imperfections in Vibratory Gyroscopes | |||
P09 | Beaudin M., Picard G., Savard G., Trottier C. | Using TI-Nspire CAS Technology in Teaching Engineering Mathematics: Calculus | |||
P08 | Beaudin M., Picard G., Savard G., Trottier C. | Using TI-Nspire CAS Technology in Teaching Engineering Mathematics: ODE's | |||
P23 | Herweyers G. | Visualizing and Understanding Statistical Concepts with TI-Nspire | |||
P39 | Roanes-Lozano E., Galan J.L. | What was Special in DERIVE? | |||
P47 | Tõnisson E. | When do Computer Algebra Systems Offer Unexpected Answers to School Equations? | |||
P07 | Beaudin M. | Why Try to Avoid Using Complex Numbers? |