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View Resource Building Their Future: Girls and Technology Education in Connecticut

Why do a disproportionate number of girls turn away from math, science and technology? Research into the teaching of math and science in schools has identified a number of factors which are critical, but there has been very little attention given to technology education. In How Schools Shortchange Girls, the American Association of University Women (AAUW, 1992) reviewed the available literature....

View Resource Promoting Appropriate Uses of Technology in Mathematics Teacher Preparation

In the Principles and Standards of School Mathematics the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) identified the "Technology Principle" as one of six principles of high quality mathematics education (NCTM, 2000). This principle states: "Technology is essential in teaching and learning mathematics; it influences the mathematics that is taught and enhances students' learning" (p. 24)....

View Resource Why Isn't the Mathematics We Learned Good Enough for Today's Students?: The Imperative of Mathematic

In an effort to explore new ways of improving mathematics education in middle and high schools, the Council of Chief State School Officers and Texas Instruments formed a Technology Research and Development Advisory Committee (R&D Committee) in the spring of 2004. This R&D Committee, consisting of state deputy superintendents or commissioners, district superintendents, and CCSSO staff, met in...

View Resource Making Math, Science and Technology Instruction Accessible to Students with Disabilities

DO-IT serves to increase the success of people with disabilities, especially in fields where they have traditionally been underrepresented, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. DO-IT uses technology to maximize the independence, productivity, and participation of students with disabilities in academic programs and careers. DO-IT activities help individuals with...

View Resource A Vision: Mathematics for the Emerging Technologies

This web page provides a preliminary look at the pedagogy behind a vision to improve the teaching of mathematics and to provide math relevant to students studying emerging technologies. Recommendations stress critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and the use of all levels of Blooms Taxonomy in structuring problems. Its emphasis is on integrating math across all disciplines,...

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