Education News Archive - December 16, 2009
A new study co-written by a University of Illinois expert in math education suggests that incorporating technology in high school-level geometry classes not only makes the teaching of concepts such as congruency easier, it also empowers students to discover other geometric relationships they wouldnâ€™t ordinarily uncover when more traditional methods of instruction were used.
NSF initiative brings together different scientific disciplines and diverse communities of faculty and students--often on the same campus.
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