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Weblinks
This will be a forever growing list of digital resources that support the teaching of mathematics leveraging digital technologies.
Hippasus
This link are the resources from Hippasus' website by Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura who designed the SAMR model for the effective use of technology for learning. His work is designed to help transform education by combining a broad range of information technologies with novel educational approaches and a set of rigorous metrics for the evaluation of results.
Hippasus of Metapontum was a Greek Pythagorean philosopher who discovered that the square root of two cannot be expressed as the ratio of two integers (i.e., as a rational number). This discovery effectively transformed mathematical thought  it required the creation of a whole new class of numbers (the irrational numbers) in addition to the previously known integers and rational numbers.
Engaging Maths
Catherine Attard’s website with more recent research has explored the effective use of mobile technologies to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics.
iPads for Learning
Catherine Attard's blog discussions iPads 'Thanks for the iPads but what are we supposed to do with them'.
Mathematics Apps
Technology and Mathematics: Have you fallen into the apps trap?...When talking about meaningful ways of incorporating digital devices into teaching and learning, I always caution teachers of the danger of allowing the devices to become the focus of the learning, as opposed to the mathematics being the focus...
http://www.todaytonightadelaide.com.au/stories/mathsapps
Pedagogy driving Technology
There is considerable discussion on this topic. Here are a few words from Jeff Dunn. Why not continue this topic in the Forum
References
The following references are research papers and resources that address the use of digital learning and mathematics that support and promote children's learning from birth to senior levels.
Learn to Code
Skills of mathematics are reflected in that of coding. 'Learn to code' is a series of modules is designed as an introduction to students.
SIAM
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is a good source for lesson activities leveraging digital technologies for learning.
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