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IT’S ALIVE:  DYNAMIC  VISUALIZATION IN MATHEMATICS  AND SCIENCE Scott A. Sinex & Barbara A. Gage Department of Physical Sciences Prince George’s Community College Presented at MICCA 2002: Technology, the Classroom, and You Baltimore, MD, 19- 20 March 2002
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The Advantages of Technology  a tool to enhance guided-inquiry instruction Fast manipulation of large data sets For graphical presentation: static to dynamic   (mathematical models and simulations) Leaving flatland: 2D to 3D with movement Abstract concepts illustrated – microscopic nature  of matter
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Meeting National Standards American Mathematical Association for Two-Year Colleges  (AMATYC) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) NSF’s Shaping the Future National Science Education Standards College Pathways to the Science Education Standards  (NSTA) National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
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