Variations on Play with Interactive Computer Simulations: Balancing Competing Priorities
Mathematical education is a key criterion for successful economic development and currently forms the basis of several government initiatives throughout the world. The International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology provides a medium by which a wide range of experience in mathematical education can be presented, assimilated and eventually adapted to everyday needs in schools, colleges, universities, industry and commerce. Contributions are welcomed from teachers and users of mathematics at all levels on the contents of syllabuses and methods of presentation. Mathematical models arising from real situations, the use of computers, new teaching aids and techniques also form an important part of the journal.
Whitacre, I., Hensberry, K. K. R., Schellinger, J., & Findley, K. (2018). Variations on play with interactive computer simulations: Balancing competing priorities. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology. 1-17. DOI: 10.1080/0020739X.2018.1532536.
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