Online Book Launch "Mathematics Education in the Digital Age"

Online Book Launch "Mathematics Education in the Digital Age"

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A free online event to launch the book at which you will hear an overview from the editors and join breakout groups with the chapter authors

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This original collection of works is the result of the collaborative work of mathematics education researchers from Europe and beyond. The book Mathematics Education in the Digital Age: Learning, Practice and Theory, which was initiated during the 2018 conference of the same name held in Copenhagen, Denmark.

This is the 6th book in the ERME Series New Perspectives on Research in Mathematics Education.

Join us at this free online book launch event at which the editors will give an overview of the book (and it’s creation) followed by the opportunity to join up to three breakout groups led by the twelve chapter authors, each focusing on one of the following individual topics.

Chapter 2. Online resources for mathematics teaching and learning at the university level: Three case examples that highlight principles for task design driven by students’ and teachers’ needs

Giovannina Albano, Margo Kondratieva and Agnese Ilaria Telloni

Chapter 3. Quality of task-design in technology-enhanced resources for teaching and learning mathematics

Ana Donevska-Todorova, Jana Trgalová, Christof Schreiber and Teresa Rojano

Chapter 4. Towards pragmatic theories that underpin the design of teacher professional development concerning technology use in school mathematics

Eleonora Faggiano, Helena Rocha, Ana Isabel Sacristán and Marisol Santacruz-Rodríguez

Chapter 5. Technology-rich assessment in mathematics

Maria Fahlgren, Mats Brunström, Frederik Dilling, Bjarnheiður Kristinsdóttir, Guido Pinkernell and Hans-Georg Weigand

Chapter 6. Digital platforms for mathematics teacher curriculum design: affordances and constraints

Ghislaine Gueudet, Birgit Pepin, Scott Courtney, Zeger-Jan Kock, Morten Misfeldt and Andreas Lindenskov Tamborg

Chapter 7. CAS from an assessment point of view: Challenges and potentials

Uffe Thomas Jankvist, Jonas Dreyøe, Eirini Geraniou, Hans-Georg Weigand, Morten Misfeldt

Chapter 8. Digital maps of the connections in school mathematics: Three projects to enhance teaching and learning

Martha Koch, Jere Confrey, Alison Clark-Wilson, Ellen Jameson and Christine Suurtamm

Chapter 9. The role of technology in the Pragmatic-Abstract Continuum in mathematics curriculum development and task design

Allen Leung and Ana Donevska-Todorova

Chapter 10. A framework for analysing students’ learning of function at upper secondary level: Connected Working Spaces and Abstraction in Context

Giorgos Psycharis, Georgios-Ignatios Kafetzopoulos and Jean-Baptiste Lagrange

Chapter 11. Challenges of making sense of tasks and automated feedback in digital mathematics textbooks

Sebastian Rezat, Florian Schacht, Uta Häsel-Weide

Chapter 12. Technology integration for mathematics education in developing countries, with focus on India and Mexico

Ana Isabel Sacristán, Jeenath Rahaman, Suchismita Srinivas & Teresa Rojano

Chapter 13. Aligning teaching with current experiences of being, becoming and belonging: An identity perspective on the use of digital resources

Charlotte Krog Skott, Giorgos Psycharis, and Jeppe Skott