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Common Software Common Software for Mathematics Education Mathematics Education Vladimir Nodelman Holon Institute of Technology, Israel
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Desirable - Existent educational advantages of the mathematics internal integrity are well known. software used in mathematics teaching is explicitly separated by application area . An excerpt  from the Topics of Interests of our conference: Geometry using Dynamic Geometry, Algebra using CAS
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Unification supposes linkage accentuation not only in the contents of the studied material, but also in teaching methods , aids (common software) and forms . Common software allows to: define objects in a unified syntax expression style,
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Unformatted text preview: operate with them in a similar way, interact with them by means of unified GUI, visualize them in a shared graphical manner. Good News The conference program gives an obvious prove that: Educators are looking for possibilities to use the existing software in different, not natural areas or in betweens of mathematics. Software developers provide additions and enhancements of their program in order to extend its potential, create new software intended to bring closer the desirable integration....
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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