Uses of technology in primary and secondary mathematics education: tools, topics and trends

Lynda Ball (Editor), Paul Drijvers (Editor), Silke Ladel (Editor), Hans-Stefan Siller (Editor), Michal Tabach (Editor), Colleen Vale (Editor)

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This book provides international perspectives on the use of digital technologies in primary, lower secondary and upper secondary school mathematics. It gathers contributions by the members of three topic study groups from the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education and covers a range of themes that will appeal to researchers and practitioners alike. The chapters include studies on technologies such as virtual manipulatives, apps, custom-built assessment tools, dynamic geometry, computer algebra systems and communication tools. Chiefly focusing on teaching and learning mathematics, the book also includes two chapters that address the evidence for technologies' effects on school mathematics. The diverse technologies considered provide a broad overview of the potential that digital solutions hold in connection with teaching and learning. The chapters provide both a snapshot of the status quo of technologies in school mathematics, and outline how they might impact school mathematics ten to twenty years from now.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCham
PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
Number of pages440
ISBN (Electronic)9783319765754
ISBN (Print)9783319765747, 9783030095253
StatePublished - 2018

Publication series

Name ICME-13 Monographs
ISSN (Print)2520-8322
ISSN (Electronic)2520-8330


  • Educational technology
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Study and teaching -- Technological innovations
  • מתמטיקה -- לימוד והוראה -- חידושים טכנולוגיים -- לימוד והוראה (תיכוני)
  • -- לימוד והוראה (יסודי)
  • טכנולוגיה חינוכית


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