Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 415235
Sist endret: 25. oktober 2010 00:00
Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 415235
Sist endret: 25. oktober 2010 00:00
Prosjekt

IKT og læring i matematikk (IKTML)

prosjektleder

Anne Berit Fuglestad
ved Institutt for matematiske fag ved Universitetet i Agder

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Institutt for matematiske fag ved Universitetet i Agder

Klassifisering

Vitenskapsdisipliner

Fagdidaktikk

Emneord

Helsepolitikk Komunikasjon medisin og helse • Læring • Matematikk

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 1. januar 2004 Slutt: 31. desember 2007

Beskrivelse Beskrivelse

Tittel

IKT og læring i matematikk (IKTML)

Sammendrag

Prosjektet har hovedfokus på elevenes læring i matematikk ved hjelp av IKT. Se engelsk prosjektbeskrivelse.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Prosjektet har hovedfokus på elevenes læring i matematikk ved hjelp av IKT. Se engelsk prosjektbeskrivelse.

Tittel

ICT and mathematics learning

Sammendrag

A main focus in the ICTML project is the use of ICT for students’ learning and problem solving in mathematics. The project aims to obtain fundamental knowledge of how ICT influences or does not influence the teaching and learning of mathematics, and the students’ future use of ICT for mathematics. The main design can be characterised as a developmental research design, where school teachers, students and researchers work together in a co-learning community. In close collaboration with the KUL project: Learning communities in mathematics (LCM) we aim to build a learning community that involves students in schools, teachers, student teachers and researchers. The ICTML project will focus on the use of ICT for mathematics learning and we require the schools to have a special interest in developing their competence using ICT. In workshops for the project we will focus on use of ICT tools for mathematics teaching and ideas for classroom use. We will study the teachers’ development of their own competence both in using the software themselves and in utilising software in their teaching with students in an experimental and challenging way. A longitudinal perspective of students’ development will be emphasised and thus different age groups and school levels will be used in the study, and developmental strands will be identified and studied. We plan to follow classes during 3 years in lower secondary school or in upper secondary school in order to study their development in use of ICT tools and learning mathematics supported by ICT. We aim to provide updated knowledge of the status of ICT in some Norwegian schools, by studying with what aims ICT is used in mathematics classrooms, and the attitudes that students and teachers bring to this work. Data will be collected by observations of students work in class, using field notes, video and audio recordings. We will conduct interviews with students, use questionnaires and collect students’ logs and collect computer files with students work or students written material. The focus is mainly on qualitative data. For a survey to give documentation of the situation in schools generally, we will use both questionnaires and observation methods and will seek cooperation with other colleges for observational data.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

A main focus in the ICTML project is the use of ICT for students’ learning and problem solving in mathematics. The project aims to obtain fundamental knowledge of how ICT influences or does not influence the teaching and learning of mathematics, and the students’ future use of ICT for mathematics. The main design can be characterised as a developmental research design, where school teachers, students and researchers work together in a co-learning community. In close collaboration with the KUL project: Learning communities in mathematics (LCM) we aim to build a learning community that involves students in schools, teachers, student teachers and researchers. The ICTML project will focus on the use of ICT for mathematics learning and we require the schools to have a special interest in developing their competence using ICT. In workshops for the project we will focus on use of ICT tools for mathematics teaching and ideas for classroom use. We will study the teachers’ development of their own competence both in using the software themselves and in utilising software in their teaching with students in an experimental and challenging way. A longitudinal perspective of students’ development will be emphasised and thus different age groups and school levels will be used in the study, and developmental strands will be identified and studied. We plan to follow classes during 3 years in lower secondary school or in upper secondary school in order to study their development in use of ICT tools and learning mathematics supported by ICT. We aim to provide updated knowledge of the status of ICT in some Norwegian schools, by studying with what aims ICT is used in mathematics classrooms, and the attitudes that students and teachers bring to this work. Data will be collected by observations of students work in class, using field notes, video and audio recordings. We will conduct interviews with students, use questionnaires and collect students’ logs and collect computer files with students work or students written material. The focus is mainly on qualitative data. For a survey to give documentation of the situation in schools generally, we will use both questionnaires and observation methods and will seek cooperation with other colleges for observational data.

prosjektdeltakere

prosjektleder

Anne Berit Fuglestad

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    Prosjektleder
    ved Institutt for matematiske fag ved Universitetet i Agder
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Resultater Resultater

Developing tasks and teaching with ICT in mathematics in an inquiry community.

Fuglestad, Anne Berit. 2008, European Society for Research in Mathematics Education. UIAVitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel

ICT for inquiry in mathematics - a developmental research approach.

Fuglestad, Anne Berit. 2008, 4th European Workshop on Mathematical & Scientific e-Contents. UIAVitenskapelig foredrag
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