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Case Study #10-Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Graphing Ca
Case Study 10 - Pre-service TI-Nspire - Lyublinska
City University of New York - College of Staten Island
New York, NY
Pre-/post-comparisons showed gains in perceived experience from the beginning to the end of the course. However, the number of students who felt nervous about the prospect of using graphing calculators increased.
Case Study, TI-Nspire, Graphing Calculators, Pre-Service Teachers, Attitudes, Beliefs, TPACK, TPCK
This study concludes that the perspectives and attitudes of pre-service teachers in their methods courses strongly depend on the intensity and length of experience they have with use of graphing calculators and calculator-based data collection devices (probe ware). The study also concludes that participants’ confidence in the use of technology is somewhat independent of their perspective.
Case Study 10 - Pre-service TI-Nspire - Lyublinskaya 2007.pdf
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