A CAS Project Ten Years On

Author: Sue Garner and Robyn Pierce
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Although research shows that Computer Algebra Systems offer pedagogical opportunities, more than a decade later some teachers are reluctant to change established practices.

Contributor Notes

Sue Garner, sue.garner@bgs.vic.edu.au, is the head of senior mathematics at Ballarat Grammar in Victoria, Australia. A teacher, textbook author, speaker, and teacher educator, she has been a leader in the use of CAS for teaching senior secondary school mathematics.

Robyn Pierce, r.pierce@unimelb.edu.au, works with the mathematics education group within the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne in Victoria. She has many years of experience in teaching, teacher professional development, and research involving the use of technology for teaching mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Garner sue.garner@bgs.vic.edu.au)(Corresponding author is Pierce r.pierce@unimelb.edu.au)
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