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Title: Teachers’ perceived roles of the computer in mathematics education
Authors: Ponte, João Pedro da
Keywords: Concepções
Novas tecnologias
Professores de Matemática
Issue Date: 1990
Citation: Ponte, J. P. (1990). Teachers’ perceived roles of the computer in mathematics education. Proceedings of the XIV International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) (Vol. I, pp. 183-190), Oaxtepec, Mexico.
Abstract: The reform movements concerned with innovative pedagogical approaches and the possibilities offered by information technologies rise new problems to inservice programs. These must give careful consideration to this pedagogical and cultural frame and to its inner dynimics. This study focus in the conceptions and attitudes of teachers involved in such a program regarding the educational role of the computer.
Peer review: yes
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