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Practising Mathematics: Developing the mathematician as well as the mathematics

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Digital learning in school mathematics (2014)

This position paper is for parents and teachers of mathematics. In this document, 'digital' refers to technologies such as graphics calculators, computers, iPads, mobile devices, tablet computers, 3D printing, internet and future developments in computer software and hardware.

This position paper supercedes several earlier documents.