## Some Writings...

You may like to read some of my thoughts regarding technology, mathematics teaching and learning and the Internet:

TI SensorTag: Real world data in the palm of your hand. This discussion forms the basis for presentations given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of Western Australia, Fremantle. August 28-30, 2015; the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, Hunter Valley. October 1-2, 2015; and the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of Victoria, Melbourne. December 3-4, 2015.

Create a collaborative interactive classroom using TI-Nspire Navigator for Networked Computers, a presentation given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, Terrigal. September 13-15, 2013.

New technologies, new representations, new opportunities: iPad Maths, a presentation given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, Terrigal. September 13-15, 2013.

Making Algebra Meaningful with Technology, a presentation given at the USA-CAS/Teachers Teaching with Technology (T^{3}) International Conference, Philadelphia. March 8-10, 2013.

A Search for Harmony and Other Perfect Problems, MAWA State Conference, Busselton, WA, August 18-19, 2012. OAME Annual Conference, Kingston, ON. May 10 - 12, 2012.

What Could/Should a School CAS look like?, MAWA State Conference, Busselton, WA, August 18-19, 2012. OAME Annual Conference, Kingston, ON. May 10 - 12, 2012, and USA-CAS/Teachers Teaching with Technology (T^{3}) International Conference, Chicago. March 1 - 4, 2012.

What might a School CAS look like? Some Thoughts and Considerations, USA-CAS, Chicago. June 27-28, 2010.

What might CAS mean for NSW?, a presentation given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, Sydney. September 18-20, 2009.

What's New in Mathematical Software 2009, a presentation given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, Sydney. September 18-20, 2009.Dynamic Integration of CAS and Dynamic Geometry Software: Presentation at the annual conference for Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry in Mathematics Education, Lintz, Austria, July 11-13 2009

Dynamic Algebra Using TI-Nspire CAS: Presentation at the International Conference for Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (ICTCM), New Orleans, March, 2009.

Creating Interactive Documents using TI-Nspire: Presentation at Teachers Teaching with Technology (T

^{3}) International Conference, Seattle. February, 2009.Dynamic Algebra using TI-Nspire: Presentation at MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 4-5, 2008

A Brief Introduction to Programming on TI-Nspire: Presentation at MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 4-5, 2008

Meaningful Algebra with CAS: Invited Keynote Presentation at the International Symposium for Technology and its Integration into Mathematics Education. Buffelspoort, South Africa, September 22-26, 2008.

Technology and Mathematics: Impact upon Practice, Curriculum and Pedagogy: Invited Keynote Presentation at Final Colloquiuum, ASISTM Project: Promoting mathematics learning for female students using student-centred approaches and interactive technologies. Manly, May 23, 2008.

Making Algebra Meaningful with Technology, a presentation given at the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers (NZAMT) Annual Conference in Auckland and at the Mathematical Association of New South Wales (MANSW) Annual Conference in Port Macquarie in September 2007.

Exploring Algebra - Geometrically, a presentation given at the annual conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, 2006.Integrating Science and Mathematics in the Middle Years: Keynote address MASA Conference on Integrating Science and Mathematics in the Middle Years, Adelaide. November 29, 2004.

Teaching with Learning Objects: Towards Excellence in Pedagogy for Mathematics Classrooms: Keynote address MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 1-2, 2004

Welcome to the Wireless Networked Classroom: MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 1-2, 2004

- Classroom Communication Systems: A few readings which might help to inform our uptake and vision for TI-Navigator technology.
Space: Not the Final Frontier!

An excursion from FlatLand to 3D Space and beyond.- Some Perspectives on School Reform and Evaluation
Striking a balance between challenge and support:

Creating an effective mathematics learning environment.New tools, new questions:

Recognising and using good mathematical software.Algebraic Thinking within a Technology-Rich Learning Environment.Cross-Curricular Graphic Calculators: Tools for All Tastes:

A quiet revolution is occurring in classroom technology, as graphic calculators become more like handheld computers than calculators. Word processing, spreadsheeting and a growing range of high-quality software applications are transforming these tools, and schools may soon find that technology for every student in every class is closer than you think!

You may also be interested in this short review of some wonderful Apps for mathematics which are freely available from

Detached Solutions.They even make it possible to add basic algebra capabilities to the TI-83Plus.

New Tools for Mathematics Learning: Impediments, Imperatives and Implications:

Keynote address for the Mathematics Association of Tasmania Annual Conference 1997, which summarises many of my thoughts regarding teaching, learning and technology.

Mathematics and the Internet:

Some thoughts on ways in which teachers and students may benefit from the use of online learning resources.

Feel free to download chapters of my thesis,

Learning to use new tools: A study of mathematical software use for the learning of algebra", available in PDF format.

- My Publications: A more complete list.

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