Kilts and CAS - T3 International 2011 - Session 131
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In Scotland and the United Kingdom, handhelds with CAS are not allowed on exams. There is not currently any real national interest in using CAS to improve math teaching. Why bother then? Whether you are a sceptic or a convert, do come experience the harmless and highly productive ways in which CAS has been used in the presenter's classroom to enrich, empower and accelerate learning. No student's algebraic skills were harmed in the development of this session - quite the opposite, in fact.
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Content of Presentation
|Kai at work|
|Thomas at work|
|Elizabeth at work|
Items Referred to in Presentation
|Part 1 Rearranging Formulae.tns|
|Part 2 Rearranging Formulae CAS.tns|
|T3 Europe: 'The Case for CAS' [link]|
|Derive 6 Introduction Chapter|
|Bernhard Kutzler's 'The Yin and Yang of Technology and Learning Mathematics'|
Further Reading (in no particular order)
|Andy Kemp's CAS in the Curriculum|
|Peter Fox's 2010 T3 International Workshop Handout|
|David Driver's Pedagogical Use of CAS|
|Jim Breunlin's 2010 T3 International Presentation|
|Linda Gantz's Effect of Nspire CAS on Learning|
|Sean Bird's TI Nspire CAS Primer [link]|
|Ball and Stacey's Students Views on CAS in the Senior Mathematics|
|David Leigh-Lancaster's Australian Research Findings|
|R Meisel's CAS Activity Solving Linear Equations|