@ ATCM Inc. 2003

Contributed Papers-  Technology in Mathematics Education

 

 A Method to Find Calculating Errors Based on Misconceptions at an On-line Exercise System 

Hitoshi Nishizawa (nisizawa@toyota-ct.ac.jp)
Satoshi Matsui
Takayoshi Yoshioka
Toyota National College of Technology
Japan
 

 Bringing the Real Mathematics to Schools through Information and Communication Technology

Ah-Choo Koo (ackoo@mmu.edu.my)
Multimedia University
Malaysia
 

 Elementary Prospective Teachers, Hundreds Charts, Number Sense, and Technology

Brenda Lee (blee@mail.wfc.edu.tw)
Wu Feng Institute of Technology
Taiwan
 

 Evaluating and Improving Quantitative Literacy
~The Case of High School Students in Japan ~

Chieko Fukuda
Hakuoh University
Kyoko Kakihana
Tokyo Kasei Gakuin Tsukuba Junior College
Katsuhiko Shimizu
Tokyo University of Science
Japan
 

 Parallel and Distributed Computing Related Issues in Education 

Li Choo Chen (lcchen@mmu.edu.my)
Multimedia University
Malaysia
 

 The Effect of Integrated Learning of Functions Using Computers
~As Quantitative Literacy in a Two-Year College Program~

Kyoko Kakihana
Tokyo Kasei Gakuin Tsukuba Junior College
Chieko Fukuda
Hakuoh University
Katsuhiko Shimizu
Tokyo University of Science
Japan
 

 The Strength of Graphical Elements in Pre-Calculus

Nur Azman Abu (azman@mmu.edu.my)
Faqir M Bhatti
(faqir.bhatti@mmu.edu.my)
Multimedia University
Malaysia
 

 VATrans: A Model of Self-Designed Learning Software that Helps Learners to Promote and Engage Themselves with the Visualization and Analysis Thinking

Mohd Salleh Abu
UTM
Tan Wee Chuen
Southern College
Malaysia
 

 When There's More Than One Way to Get There

Gabriela Lovszov (glovasz@ukf.sk)
Constantinus the Philosopher University
Slovakia
Jozef Hvoreck
(hvorecky@cutn.sk)
Vysok kola manamentu
Slovakia
&
University of Liverpool
UK

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