publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Digital curriculum resources in mathematics education: foundations for change

Pepin, B; Choppin, J; Ruthven, Kenneth; Sinclair, N;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2017
  • Publisher: ZDM
In this conceptual review paper we draw on recent literature with respect to digital curriculum resources (DCR); we briefly outline and explain selected theoretical frames; and we discuss issues related to the design, and the use (by teachers and students) of digital curricula and e-textbooks in mathematics education. The results of our review show the following. Firstly, whilst there are some contrasting tendencies between research on instructional technology and research on DCR, these studies are at the same time predominantly framed by socio-cultural theories. Secondly, whilst there seems to be a continuing demarcation between the design(er) and the use(r), t...
free text keywords: Curriculum design(er), Mathematics(all), Education, Digital curriculum resources, e-Textbooks, Teacher/student interaction with curriculum resources, Curriculum materials/resources, Curriculum, Curriculum use(er)
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2017

Digital curriculum resources in mathematics education: foundations for change

Pepin, B; Choppin, J; Ruthven, Kenneth; Sinclair, N;