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Mathematics Education in the Digital Era

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2211-8144

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2211-8136

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<p>The MathematicsEducation in the Digital Era (MEDE) series explores ways in which digitaltechnologies support mathematics teaching and the learning of Net Gen?ers,paying attention also to educational debates. Each volume will address onespecific issue in mathematics education (e.g., visual mathematics andcyber-learning; inclusive and community based e-learning; teaching in thedigital era), in an attempt to explore fundamental assumptions about teachingand learning mathematics in the presence of digital technologies. This seriesaims to attract diverse readers including: researchers in mathematicseducation, mathematicians, cognitive scientists and computer scientists,graduate students in education, policy-makers, educational software developers,administrators and teachers-practitioners.<br><br>Among other things, the high quality scientificwork published in this series will address questions related to the suitabilityof pedagogies and digital technologies for new generations of mathematicsstudents. The series will also provide readers with deeper insight into howinnovative teaching and assessment practices emerge, make their way into theclassroom, and shape the learning of young students who have grown up withtechnology. The series will also look at how to bridge theory and practice toenhance the different learning styles of today?s students and turn theirmotivation and natural interest in technology into an additional support formeaningful mathematics learning. The series provides the opportunity for thedissemination of findings that address the effects of digital technologies onlearning outcomes and their integration into effective teaching practices; thepotential of mathematics educational software for the transformation ofinstruction and curricula; and the power of the e-learning of mathematics, asinclusive and community-based, yet personalized and hands-on.&nbsp;<br><br></p><p><b>Titles coming soon:</b></p><p>Computations and Computing Devices inMathematics Education before the Advent of Electronic Calculators edited byAlexei Volkov and Viktor Freiman (2017)</p><p>Creativity and Technology in MathematicsEducation edited by Viktor Freiman and Janet Tassell (2017)</p><p>Using Mobile Technology in the Teachingand Learning of Mathematics edited by Nigel Calder, Kevin Larkin and NathalieSinclair (2018)<br></p><p>&nbsp;<b>Series Editors:</b></p><p>Dragana Martinovic, University ofWindsor, ON, Canada<br>Viktor Freiman, Universit? de Moncton, NB, Canada</p><p><b>Editorial Board:</b><br>Marcelo Borba, State University of S?o Paulo,S?o Paulo, Brazil<br>Rosa Maria Bottino, CNR ? Istituto TecnologieDidattiche, Genova, Italy<br>Paul Drijvers, Utrecht University, Utrecht, theNetherlands<br>Celia Hoyles, University of London, London, UK<br>Zekeriya Karadag,&nbsp;Giresun ?niversitesi,Giresun, Turkey<br>Stephen Lerman, London South Bank University,London, UK<br>Richard Lesh, Indiana University, Bloomington,USA<br>Allen Leung, Hong Kong Baptist University, HongKong<br>Tom Lowrie, University of Canberra, Australia<br>John Mason, Open University, UK<br>Sergey Pozdnyakov, Saint-Petersburg State Electro Technical University,Saint-Petersburg, Russia<br>Ornella Robutti, Universit? di Torino, Torino, Italy<br>Anna Sfard, Michigan State University, USA & University of Haifa, Haifa,Israel<br>Bharath Sriraman, University of Montana, Missoula, USA&nbsp;<br>Anne Watson, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK</p><p><b>Submit your proposal:</b><br>Book proposals for this series may be submitted per email to Springer or theSeries Editors.<br>- Springer: Natalie Rieborn at Natalie.Rieborn@springer.com - Series Editors:Dragana Martinovic at dragana@uwindsor.ca and Viktor Freiman atviktor.freiman@umoncton.ca</p><p>&nbsp;</p>

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