The following journal articles are related to the subjects of Education, Math, Technology and how they relate.
|Technology Education Policy||Talk Bigger Than Federal Funding for STEM Projects||Robelen, Erik W.. "Talk Bigger Than Federal Funding for STEM Projects." Education Week 29.22 (2010): 8. Education Full Text. Web. 26 June 2010.||Political expectations and realities of federal funding for STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) programs|
|Math in Tech Ed.||A Different Angle for Teaching Math||Bellamy, John S., and John M. Mativo. "A Different Angle for Teaching Math." The Technology Teacher 69.7 (2010): 26-8. Education Full Text. Web. 26 June 2010.||An argument that technology education provides a venue for students to apply math which may seem useless in an ordinary classroom setting and thereby make it "stick".|
|Future of Technology in Math||Technology Becoming Infrastructural in Mathematics||http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=aHJ4RJcLCtkC&oi=fnd&pg=PA173&dq=math+education+technology&ots=BkyIfG0TAm&sig=DZrMucQ6OOterSwNWeCa4VPtHbk#v=onepage&q=math%20education%20technology&f=false||CH 8 of the book -- Foundations for the Future of Mathematics Education|
|Technology in Colleges of Education||A sobering survey.(Our Space)(preservice teacher's technology use).||Fletcher, Geoffrey H. "A sobering survey." T H E Journal [Technological Horizons In Education] 37.6 (2010): 4. General OneFile. Web. 21 July 2010.||A pessimistic view of survey data from teachers newly entering the profession. In particular this article laments the low priority given to using technology to analyze student performance and adapt accordingly.|
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