Using tools for doing mathematics vs. using tools for teaching mathematics, differences and similarities

Abstract : Drawing from the experience of writing a book with a research mathematician (*), the lecture will highlight the variability of tool use for achieving a mathematical task, depending on the user and on the finality of the activity encompassing this task. This reflection will lead to evidence some conditions for a fruitful use of tools in the context of doing/learning/teaching mathematics. (*) Monaghan, J., Trouche, L., & Borwein, J. (2016). Tools and mathematics, instruments for learning. Springer
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John Monaghan, Luc Trouche. Using tools for doing mathematics vs. using tools for teaching mathematics, differences and similarities. 13th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, French Institute od Education (ENS de Lyon), Jul 2017, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01562600⟩

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