tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”:
In this response paper to Hoyles’ contribution “Transforming the mathematical practices of learners and teachers through digital technology” focuses on three points. First, more knowledge is needed on why teaching and learning practices should transform, into what will they transform, and by what or by whom will they be transformed. Second, a suggestion is made for a more specific taxonomy on the didactical functionality of digital tools in mathematics education. Third, a plea is made for a future research agenda that addresses the ways in which activities with digital tools mediate the learning of mathematics in a fruitful way. This includes the interpretation and grading of online student work through intelligent mathematical software, and the notion of embodiment, as to do justice to the bodily experiences in which mathematical experiences are rooted.