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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.