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Semiotic Tools for Evaluating Electronic Mathematical Texts | |||

This research describes a system of semiotic categories for analyzing electronic mathematical texts which populate the internet and have dynamic components named applets. |
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Studentsâ€™ Learning by Means of Spreadsheet Simulations: The Case of Probability | |||

This paper describes an experiment that a couple of preservice teachers carried out with four eighth grade students, where the students learned probability concepts using using spreadsheet simulations. |
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Relations between Educational Constructs of Elementary School Geometry Teachers | |||

This article examines the relations among various constructs of elementary school teachers regarding geometry. These constructs are related to the teachers' beliefs, conceptions and practice in the geometry classroom. |
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Elementary School Geometry Teachersâ€™ Conceptions of Geometry and Teaching Geometry and their Practices | |||

This research describes geometry elementary teachers' conceptions of geometry, of teaching geometry, of the need to teach geometry in the elementary schools and of the skills essential for the student. |
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University and High School Students' Perceptions of the Nature of Science: The Effect of Gender, Class, Specialty and Reported Ability in Science | |||

University and high school students' ideas of the nature of science were examined using a questionnaire that consisted of four aspects: the philosophic, the psychological, the sociological, and the historical. |
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