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О РАЗВИТИИ ВЗГЛЯДОВ НА РОЛЬ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ В МАТЕМАТИЧЕСКОМ ОБРАЗОВАНИИ: ОТ МАШИНЫ-УЧИТЕЛЯ К ТЕОРИЯМ ИНТЕГРАЦИИ ФОРМАЛЬНЫХ РАССУЖДЕНИЙ И КОМПЬЮТЕРНЫХ ВЫЧИСЛЕНИЙ

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Аннотация

Статья представляет ряд педагогических идей по использованию компьютера в подготовке учителей математики. Высказывается мысль, что вычислительные возможности современных компьютерных технологий могут отрицательно влиять на математическое развитие школьника. В качестве защиты от такого влияния предлагается методика интеграции формальных рассуждений и технологической поддержки для всех уровней школьного образования. Приводятся примеры соответствующего использования спредшитов, Wolfram Alpha и KidPix.

Об авторе

С. М. Абрамович
Университет штата Нью-Йорк в Потсдаме, США
Соединённые Штаты Америки

профессор,

44 Pierrepont Avenue, Potsdam, NY 13676



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Для цитирования:


Абрамович С.М. О РАЗВИТИИ ВЗГЛЯДОВ НА РОЛЬ ТЕХНОЛОГИЙ В МАТЕМАТИЧЕСКОМ ОБРАЗОВАНИИ: ОТ МАШИНЫ-УЧИТЕЛЯ К ТЕОРИЯМ ИНТЕГРАЦИИ ФОРМАЛЬНЫХ РАССУЖДЕНИЙ И КОМПЬЮТЕРНЫХ ВЫЧИСЛЕНИЙ. Информатика и образование. 2018;(6):58-64.

For citation:


Abramovich S. FROM THE TEACHING MACHINE MOVEMENT TO INSTRUMENTAL PERSPECTIVE ON TECHNOLOGY-IMMUNE/TECHNOLOGY-ENABLED MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM. Informatics and education. 2018;(6):58-64.

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