First Published in 2000. Using combined first-hand experiences as class teachers, in the advisory service, and as teacher trainers, this book was written to help teachers and students in training to consider some of the issues that surround the use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in today's and tomorrow's classrooms. It explores the uses of ICT in mathematics teaching and learning, past and present, and provides a rationale for its use within and beyond the daily mathematics lesson, and suggest some innovative ways forward.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Background to ICT in the primary school, Bob Fox; Chapter 2 Mathematics teaching and learning: past, present and future, Ann Montague-Smith; Chapter 3 Mathematics software and its use, Bob Fox, Ann Montague-Smith, Sarah Wilkes; Chapter 4 Mathematics on-line, Bob Fox; Chapter 5 ICT in the daily mathematics lesson, Bob Fox, Sarah Wilkes; Chapter 6 Conclusion, Bob Fox;
Fox, Bob; Montague-Smith, Ann; Wilkes, Sarah