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    Impact of Technology on the  Teaching of Mathematics  Mika Seppälä
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    Vision Technology will be used to: 1. Automate instruction 2. Deliver instruction 3. Make education more efficient in general Virtual delivery of (mathematics) instruction will be, in 2016, an  important part of the educational systems everywhere.  Educational  institutes will be able to market their services globally.   Size of the virtual education market in 2016:  yearly  revenues $ 10 billion globally
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    Key Enabling Technologies Ubiquous access to broadband Practically all students have networked computers  with broadband connections Advanced ways to deal with mathematical  information in a meaningful way (MathML,  OpenMath, WebALT) Advanced assessment systems suitable for  mathematics
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    Scenarios: Technology in Contact  Instruction Blackboards will be replaced with devices like  SMART Boards This increases the demand of  slide show presentations   of educational materials Applets,  Maplets , Mathlets, and  WIRIS  will be used  to make mathematics live Technical details have to be shielded from the students,  computer algebra systems will empower these applications 
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 220 taught by Professor Kearn during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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