## LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

## Books

- Arnold, S. M. (2003).
Integrating Technology in the Middle School. Texas Instruments Australia. Melbourne.

- Arnold, S. M. (2003).
Integrating Technology in the Middle School: Stage 4: NSW K-10 Mathematics Syllabus. Texas Instruments Australia. Melbourne.

- Arnold, S. M. (2003).
Integrating Technology in the Senior School: Non-Calculus Mathematics. Texas Instruments Australia. Melbourne.

- Arnold, S. M. (2003).
Integrating Technology in General Mathematics: NSW Stage 6. Texas Instruments Australia. Melbourne.

- Arnold, S. M. (1993).
Exploring algebra: A computer based approach.Adelaide: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

- Arnold, S. M. (1992).
Mathematical investigations for the senior classroom - A Computer based approach.Adelaide: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

## Dissertations

- Arnold, S. M. (1996)
Learning to use new tools: A study of mathematical software use for the learning of algebra.Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of New South Wales.

- Arnold, S. M. (1990)
An action research evaluation of a computer enhanced senior mathematics curriculum.Unpublished Master of Education (honours) dissertation. University of Wollongong.

## Book Chapters

- Arnold, S. M. (1998). Technology in mathematics education: From calculator to multimedia. In N. Ellerton (Ed.),
Issues in mathematics education: A contemporary perspective.Perth: MASTEC, Edith Cowan University.

- Arnold, S. M., Shiu, C. & Ellerton, N. F. (1996). Critical issues in the distance teaching of mathematics and mathematics education. In Bishop, A. (Ed.),
International handbook of mathematics education.Dordrecht: Kluwer.

## Curriculum Publications

- Significant contribution to: NSW Department of School Education (1998)
Computer-based technologies in the Mathematics KLA: Enhancing student learning.Curriculum Directorate: NSW DSE.

- Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (1996).
Statement on the use of calculators and computers for mathematics in Australian schools.Adelaide: AAMT.

- New South Wales Board of Studies (1996).
Technology support document for the Syllabus in Mathematics, Years 9/10.Sydney: Board of Studies.

- Victorian Board of Studies (1995).
Foreword to the Algebra Strand, Curriculum Standards Framework.Melbourne: VBOS.

## Refereed Journals

Martin Bunder, Bruce Bates and Stephen Arnold (2024):

The Summed Paperfolding Sequence

(Complete version: Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society: Published online by Cambridge University Press: 25 March 2024)- Arnold, S. M. (2006). Investigating Functions 3: Real world data.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal,20(1), 44-47.

- Arnold, S. M. (2005). Investigating Functions 2: Calculus.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal,19(1), 50-56.

- Arnold, S. M. (2004). Integrating Technology in the Middle School: Years 5-9.
Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom.9(3), 15-19.

- Arnold, S. M. (2004). Classroom Computer Algebra: Some Issues and Approaches.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher.60(2), 17-21.

- Arnold, S. M. (2004). Investigating Functions 1: Domains and Ranges.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal,18(1), 59-64.

- Arnold, S. M. (2001). Thinking Irrationally.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher.57(1), 38-41.

- Arnold, S. M. (1999). CBL: Crossing the Boundaries.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,55(2), 4-7.

- Arnold, S. M. (1997) Mathematics and the Internet.
Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom,2(4), 4-9.

- Arnold, S. M. & Aus, R. (1997). Graphic calculators: Why should I?
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,53(2--3).

- Arnold, S. M. & Taylor, J. (1996). Crossing the boundaries: New technologies for mathematics teaching and learning.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,52(4), 36-39.

- Penglase, M. and Arnold, S. M. (1996) The graphics calculator: A critical review of recent research.
Mathematics Education Research Journal,8(1).

- Arnold, S. M. (1994). Creating an algebra learning environment.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,50(3), 32-38.

- Arnold, S. M. (1994). At last! Computer algebra for the rest of us.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,50(1), 32-36.

- Arnold, S. M. (1993). Exploring functions.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,49(2), 26-31.

- Arnold, S. M. (1992). Algebra by computer.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher,48(4), 28-32.

- Arnold, S. M. (1992). Images and definitions of functions in Australian schools and universities.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal,6(2),108-126.

- Arnold, S. M. (1992). New tools for the mathematics classroom.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher.48(2), 32-36.

- Arnold, S. M. (1991). Anyone for MILO?
The Australian Mathematics Teacher.47(3), 14-17.

- Arnold, S. M. (1991). Learning to teach mathematics with new tools.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal.5(2), 75-87.

- Arnold, S. M. (1991). A computer enhanced senior mathematics course.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal.5(1), 17-22.

- Arnold, S. M. (1989). A hand-held alternative in senior mathematics.
The Australian Senior Mathematics Journal.3(1), pp. 30-35.

## Keynote and Invited Presentations

Making Mathematics Meaningful with Technology. Professional Development workshop. Northern Territory Department of Education and Training and the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Northern Territory. Alice Springs, August 14, 2008.

Making Mathematics Meaningful with Technology. Professional Development workshop. Northern Territory Department of Education and Training and the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Northern Territory. Darwin, November 21, 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.

Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Teaching with Learning Objects: Towards excellence in pedagogy for mathematics classrooms.Keynote address for the forty-first annual conference of the Mathematics Association of Victoria, in Tadich, B., Tobias, S., Brew, C., Beatty, B. and Sullivan, P.(Eds.)Towards Excellence in Mathematics.Mathematical Association of Victoria, Brunswick, Vic.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Integrating Science and Mathematics in the Middle Years.Keynote address for the Australian Science and Mathematics School, Mathematics Association of South Australia and South Australian Science Teachers Association Conference on Integrating Science and Mathematics in the Middle School. November 29. ASMS, Adelaide.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Building a strategic partnership with CAS: Teachers, students and powerful tools.Invited plenary address for the Wellington Mathematical Association Annual Positions of Responsibility Holders Day. November 8, Wellington, New Zealand.Arnold, S. M. (2004). Mathematics Education for the Third Millennium: Visions of a Future for Handheld Classroom Technology. Keynote address for the twenty-seventh annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, in Putt, I., Faragher, R. and McLean, M. (Eds.)

MERGA27: Mathematics Education for the Third Millennium: Towards 2010.MERGA, Sydney.Arnold, S. M. (1997). Live mathematics on the web: Imagine the possibilities. Anniversary Guest Lecture for the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of Victoria, in Clarke, D., Clarkson, P., Gronn, D., Horne, M., Lowe, L., Mackinlay, M. and McDonough, A. (Eds.).

Mathematics: Imagine the possibilities.Mathematical Association of Victoria, Brunswick, Vic.Arnold, S. M. (1997).

New Tools for Mathematics Learning: Impediments, Imperatives and Implications. Keynote address for the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of Tasmania, April 11-12. Burnie, Tas.Arnold, S. M. (1996).

New tools, new questions.Keynote address at the mini-conference on Computer algebra in schools. Department of Science and Mathematics Education: University of Melbourne. February.Arnold, S. M. (1995).

NUD*IST and grounded theory: A natural partnership.Invited presentation at the Annual Conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association, August. Sydney: University of New South Wales-St George.Arnold, S. M. (1994)

HyperCard as an Algebra Learning Environment and Research Tool.Invited presentation at the 7th Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (ICTCM). Orlando, Florida: 17-20 November.

## Conference Presentations

A Search for Harmony and Other Perfect Problems, OAME Annual Conference, Kingston, ON. May 10 - 12, 2012.

What Could/Should a School CAS look like?, 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 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

Making Algebra Meaningful with Technology: Presentation at Technology and Its Integration into Mathematics Education (TIME2008) Conference, Buffelspoort, South Africa. 22-26 September 2008.

Meaningful Algebra with Technology: Presentation at USA-CAS Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois. June 28-29, 2008.

Geometric Thinking and TI-Nspire: Invited Workshop Presentation at Sharing Inspirations Conference, Berlin. April 16 - 18, 2008.

Creating Lessons that Work using TI-Nspire: Publisher Issues: Invited Workshop Presentation at Sharing Inspirations Conference, Berlin. April 16 - 18, 2008.

Teaching Algebra with Meaning using Technology: Invited Keynote Presentation at National Conference on Graphing Calculators (NCGC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. March 16 - 18, 2008.

Meaningful Algebra with TI-Nspire: Presentation at International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (ICTCM), San Antonio, Texas. March 8 - 9, 2008.

But I didn't know you could do THAT!: Presentation at Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3) International Conference, Dallas, Texas. Feb 28 - March 2, 2008.

Dynamic Approaches to Algebraic Modeling: Presentation at MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 6-7, 2007

Data and Statistics on TI-Nspire: Presentation at MAV Annual Conference, Melbourne, Dec 6-7, 2007

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.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

From Flatland to Beyond. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canberra Mathematics Association. Canberra. August 20-21.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Welcome to the wireless classroom network. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Canberra Mathematics Association. Canberra. August 20-21.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Thinking Irrationally. Paper presented at the Australian Catholic University Flagship for Mathematics Education and Literacy Conference for Thinking, Reasoning and Working Mathematically. Brisbane. September 11.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Space explorers: From Flatland to Beyond. Paper presented at the Australian Catholic University Flagship for Mathematics Education and Literacy Conference for Thinking, Reasoning and Working Mathematically. Brisbane. September 11.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Data, data everywhere. Paper presented at the Australian Catholic University Flagship for Mathematics Education and Literacy Conference for Thinking, Reasoning and Working Mathematically. Brisbane. September 11.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Convergent technologies for classrooms: Putting technology into every student's hands.. Paper presented at the Annual Navigator Technologies Conference (NavCon2k4). Christchurch. September 28 - October 1.Arnold, S. M. (2004).

Mathematics and the "Real" da Vinci Code. Paper presented at the Australian Catholic University Flagship for Mathematics Education and Literacy 9th Annual Conference for Leaders in Primary and Secondary Mathematics and Literacy Education. Melbourne. December 1.Arnold, S. M. (2003).

Integrating Technology Years 5-8.Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Sydney. September.Arnold, S. M. (2003).

Integrating Technology Years 9-12.Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Sydney. September.Arnold, S. M. (2003).

Getting Started with Dynamic Geometry.Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Sydney. September.Arnold, S. M. (2002).

Technology and General Maths? Mad if you don't!Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Manly. September.Arnold, S. M. (2002). What's new in mathematics software, 2002? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Manly. September.

Arnold, S. M. (2000). What's new in mathematics software, 2000? Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of NSW. Wollongong. October.

Arnold, S. M. (1996).

What's new in mathematics software, 1996?Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, September 6-7. Sydney, NSW.Arnold, S. M. (1996). Algebraic thinking within a technology-rich learning environment. In P. C. Clarkson (Ed.),

Technology in mathematics education.(pp. 49-56). The University of Melbourne: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australiasia.Arnold, S. M. (1996). New technologies for mathematics teacher education. In R. Zevenbergen (Ed.),

Mathematics education in changing times: Reactive or proactive.(pp. 1-10). The University of Melbourne: Mathematics Education Lecturers Association.Arnold, S. M. (1995).

What does 4 - 3x mean to you?Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, September 25-26. Terrigal, NSW.Arnold, S. M. (1995).

What's new in mathematics software?Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, September 25-26. Terrigal, NSW.Arnold, S. M. (1994).

Learning to ask new questions, learning to use new tools.Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, August 27-28. Leura, NSW.Arnold, S. M. (1994).

What's new in mathematics software?Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mathematical Association of New South Wales, August 27-28. Leura, NSW.Arnold, S. M. (1993) Learning to Teach Mathematics with New Tools: Computer Algebra in High School Classrooms. In J. Mousley & M. Rice.

Mathematics: Of Primary Importance.(30th Annual Conference). Melbourne: The Mathematical Association of Victoria. pp. 124-130.Arnold, S. M. (1993) Learning to Teach Mathematics with New Tools: The computer as focus and method of inquiry. In J. Ryan and D. Blane.

Colloquium on Research Processes in Mathematics Education.School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Education: Monash University. 33-45.Arnold, S. M. (1992). Images and definitions of functions in Australian schools and universities. In B. Southwell, B. Perry and K. Owens (eds)

Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia(pp. 73-83). University of Western Sydney: MERGA.

## Other Journal Publications

- Arnold, S. M. (2006). Introducing variables: From pegs to patterns.
Reflections31(2), 17-20 (May).

- Arnold, S. M. (2004). Integrating Technology in the Middle School: Years 5-9.
Teaching Mathematics.March, 23-28.

- Arnold, S. M. (1998). CBL: Hand-held science in action.
Science Education News,47(1), 70-72.

- Arnold, S. M. (1998). Software for Peanuts.
Delta: Journal of the Mathematical Association of Tasmania,38(1-2), 19-23.

- Arnold, S. M. (1995). Encouraging strategic software use.
Mathematical Bytes,3(2). Adelaide: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

- Arnold, S. M. (1994).
MathMaster 2.21: Macintosh (freeware).Reflections,19(4), pp. 49-54.

- Arnold, S. M. (1994). Touching the technology: Confronting the interface problem.
Reflections,19(3), pp. 19-23.

- Arnold, S. M. (1994). Teaching with new tools: The challenge of advanced mathematical software.
Reflections, 19(1), pp. 66-70.

- Arnold, S. M. (1993). Stress testing the best in classroom computer algebra.
Mathematical Bytes,1(2). Adelaide: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

- Arnold, S. M. (1993). Beyond the graph plotter.
Reflections,18(2), pp. 55-64.

- Arnold, S. M. (1992). Iteration and chaos.
Reflections,17(2).

- Arnold, S. M. (1988). Fractured fractions.
Reflections,13(3), pp. 36-41.

- Arnold, S. M. (1988). Matrices and simultaneous equations.
Reflections,13(2), pp. 26-28.

- Arnold, S. M. (1986). Implementing clinical supervision in a secondary school: An action research report.
Network Bulletin,5. pp. 2-10. October. Riverina-Murray I.H.E.

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