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  • Aug 2024

Handbook of Digital Resources in Mathematics Education

  • Converges digital resources and maths education

  • Provides a global perspective

  • Highlights the transformative aspects of digital resources

Part of the book series: Springer International Handbooks of Education (SIHE)

About this book

This handbook presents the state-of-the art scholarship on theoretical frames, mathematical content, learning environments, pedagogic practices, teacher professional learning, and policy issues related to the development and use of digital resources in mathematics education. 

With the advent of more and more open access digital resources, teachers choose from the web what they see fit for their classroom; students choose ‘in the moment’ what they need for their projects and learning paths. However, educators and students often find it difficult to choose from the abundance of materials on offer, as they are uncertain about their quality and beneficial use. It is clear that at a time of bouleversement of the teaching-learning processes, it is crucial to understand the quality and the (potentially) transformative aspects of digital resources. This book provides comprehensive analyses of and insights into the transformative aspects of digital resources.

Editors and Affiliations

  • Eindhoven School of Education, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

    Birgit Pepin

  • University of Paris-Saclay, Orsay, France

    Ghislaine Gueudet

  • University of Rochester, Rochester, USA

    Jeff Choppin

About the editors

Birgit Pepin is a professor of mathematics education at Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands). Her research is focused on digital (curriculum) resources, their analysis, design and use by teachers and students, for their teaching and learning of mathematics, and for mathematics teacher professionalization in both school and higher mathematics education.  

Ghislaine Gueudet is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Brest (France). Her research concerns the use of resources, including digital resources for the learning and teaching of mathematics from preschool to university and in teacher education. 

Jeffrey Choppin is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Rochester (USA). His research focuses on teachers’ understanding and use of innovative curriculum materials, mostly in the middle grades. This research has extended to consider the cognitive ergonomics involved in the interaction between teachers and curriculum materials, with an eye toward the affordances of digital curriculum resources. 

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