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Technology and School Mathematics

This activity contains 12 questions.

Question 1.
A teacher should make good use of calculators by using them for all of the following EXCEPT to

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Question 2.
In considering the use of the calculator, a teacher should _______.

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Question 3.
Reasons to utilize yet monitor the use of calculator in the classroom include all of the following reasons EXCEPT

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Question 4.
Features or characteristics that make software programs worthwhile additions to your classroom include all of the following EXCEPT

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Question 5.
Dynamic geometry software programs

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Question 6.
That technology is one of the six principles in the Principles and Standards in School Mathematics (2000) document highlights the importance that NCTM gives to technology.

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Question 7.
Calculators interfere with the learning of basic facts.

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Question 8.
Resistance to the use of calculators has diminished but has not disappears.

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Question 9.
Research has found that the average-ability learners can enhance their problem-solving abilities from calculator usage.

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Question 10.
Instructional software is designed to teach.

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Question 11.
A calculator connected to a CBL collects real data and stores it in the calculator for analysis of the relationships.

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Question 12.

To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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