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University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
It was an excellent Conference and the international speakers were thanked
by Bert Waits in person for the quality of their presentations and "for
putting the 'I' into ICTCM". It is now an acronym for
``International Conference on Technology for Collegiate Mathematics.''
There was a CAME meeting the last Sunday.
What follows is a series of abstracts taken from the Programme. They
relate to the sessions which I attended. There were some 100
presentations each day in 11 parallel sessions and nearly 400
delegates, mostly from the USA. Most of these papers will appear in
the procedings and further papers will be published in IJCAME.
Apologies for the personal choice, please email me if you want
information about other topic areas.
ICTCM-10: Abstracts of some Presentations
Didactical Resources for Meaningless Mathematics:
Tomas Recio, Spain.
Students' use of Multiple Representations in the Context of a
CAS-Enriched Problem-Solving Environment:
Kathy Heid et al, USA.
Technology for the Class of 2004, a Look at the Future:
Jerry Glynn, USA.
Effect of Technology on the Ways Teachers Solve
Extrema Problems: Nurit Zehavi, Israel.
ACT: College Reform Algebra
Robert Mayes, USA.
Experimental and Active Learning with Computer Algebra Systems:
Results and Concepts of Two Austrian Projects: the DERIVE Project and
the TI-92 Project:
Helmut Heugl, Austria.
Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematics Education:
Research Goals and Design:
Manfred Kronfellner, Austria.
Technology and Assessment in the UK: One Step Forwards,
Two Steps Back:
John Monaghan, United Kingdom.
Aspects of Engineering Mathematics with DERIVE for Windows:
Anthony Watkins, United Kingdom.
Students using a TI-92: Technical Work and Understanding of
Jean-baptiste Lagrange, France.
Small Steps: Introducing CASs into South African Schools:
Cyril Julie, South Africa.