Numerous students in the Mathematics Education Ph.D program have expressed a deep interest in learning about technology and the affordances of different technologies in mathematics education. During the Spring of 2013, a series of three lectures was offered at the Kaput Center by the Director, Dr. Stephen Hegedus.
The lectures incorporated a mixture of theory, design and applications in the classroom. Many aspects were touched on including curriculum and activity design, implementation, as well as history and representation theory. The first lecture focused on dynamic geometry, the second on multimodality, and the third on representation and communication infrastructures. Detailed information regarding each lecture can be found on their respective pages listed below.
|Lecture 1||Lecture 2||Lecture 3|
|Dynamic Media||Multimodality||Representation and Communication Infrastructures|