2 edition of **Teaching mathematics through LOGO programming** found in the catalog.

Teaching mathematics through LOGO programming

J. A. M. Howe

- 167 Want to read
- 36 Currently reading

Published
**1980**
by Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

In: Computer assisted learning: scope, progress and limits/edited by Tagg and Lewis. North Holland, 1980.

Statement | by J.A.M. Howe, T. O"Shea and F. Plane. |

Series | D.A.I. research paper -- no.115 |

Contributions | O"Shea, Tim, 1949-, Plane, F., University of Edinburgh. Department of Artificial Intelligence. |

ID Numbers | |
---|---|

Open Library | OL13723005M |

IMO what will get from "learning math through programming" are some "pop-sci" ideas about a few areas of math like number theory, dynamical systems (e.g. chaos and fractals), graph theory, etc. Interesting though that might be, it's not the math you need for physics or engineering - at least, not until you get to grad school level physics. This website is a highly interactive site geared to children ages 12 and under. It includes a math art gallery, Microworlds and Logo programming and math questions on a "magic chalkboard." The site also features a teacher section (click on "Site Map and Info") where teachers can get and share ideas for teaching math.

Mathematics Textbooks. 1 - 20 of results Each lesson focuses on a key math skill, teaching it step-by-step through simple animation and repeated practice. designed to deepen and extend their understanding of concepts from the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics. The investigations in this book stretch students' mathematical. Cite as: Jones, K. (), Using Logo in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 21(3), Using Logo in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: a research bibliography Keith Jones Of the ways in which ICT can provide powerful learning opportunities for students studying mathematics, “teaching theCited by: 4.

A book for teachers and students Kutzler, Bernhard This is the most up-to-date book on how to use Derive for teaching and learning mathematics (the only book covering version 3). It leads you through several mathematical topics demonstrating the major features and techniques of Derive. The examples also provide ideas for using Derive during. - Explore teachingchannel's board "Mathematics Routines & Resources", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mathematics, Math coach and Math pins.

You might also like

Volume 3: Beyond Programming introduces undergraduate-level computer science topics: automata theory, discrete mathematics, algorithms, programming language design and compilation, and artificial intelligence.

The ideas are illustrated with concrete Logo programs, such as a Pascal compiler, written in Logo, that compiles into a simple assembly. This book presents a LOGO-based curriculum for teaching functions and equations, and logic.

The teaching sequences also show teachers the rich mathematical and pedagogical possibilities inherent in LOGO. The concepts of computer programming form a Authors: Joan Lukas, George Lukas.

These original essays summarize a decade of fruitful research and curriculum development using the LISP-derived language Logo. They discuss a range of issues in the areas of curriculum, learning, and mathematics, illustrating the ways in which Logo continues to provide a rich learning environment, one that allows pupil autonomy within challenging mathematical Format: Hardcover.

This book focuses on number and operations, fractions, algebraic reasoning, and decomposing and composing geometric shapes. List Price: $ Member Price: $ Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom. Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom presents a comprehensive systems approach to examining mathematics teaching.

Albeit there are some previous research investigating questions related to how programming can enhance mathematics education, for instance in form. The Teaching Of Mathematics. Kulbir Singh Sidhu. Sterling Publishers Pvt.

Ltd, - Mathematics - pages. 5 Reviews. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. great book. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. It is "THE" book to know 5/5(5). Teaching Mathematics with Mathematical Software Valery F.

Ochkov lems are used while teaching. Just as it was a hundred years ago, contemporary approach to programming is displayed. Of course, the problem could be reduced to ve equations.

For example, we can replace yby x. Then we can designate Math read-alouds can particularly help these students see math in a new light.

A picture book is the perfect low-stress introduction to a new math subject. At the beginning of the year, I read Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith’s Math Curse to my class, and we discussed how we are surrounded by math — and by a proliferation of negative ideas about.

The interactive program does this through the normal methods of questioning, assessing and prompting the student on the various aspects of the diagram, with the student using both textual (through the keyboard) and positional (through the cursor) input when answering.

Through programming, children use the computer's terrific power to draw graphics, design animation, solve mathematical or word puzzles, and even build robots. It is essential to use programming environments like Logo or Scratch that have been specially designed with "learning" in /5(2).

Teaching Of Mathematics. 1 Review. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. text book on teaching mathematics. questions response role scoring selected skills social specific stage step subject matter suitable systematic taught teaching aids teaching mathematics teaching of Reviews: 1.

These original essays summarize a decade of fruitful research and curriculum development using the LISP-derived language Logo. They discuss a range of issues in the areas of curriculum, learning, and mathematics, illustrating the ways in which Logo continues to provide a rich learning environment, one that allows pupil autonomy within challenging mathematical.

mathematics, deductive study of numbers, geometry, and various abstract constructs, or structures; the latter often "abstract" the features common to several models derived from the empirical, or applied, sciences, although many emerge from purely mathematical or.

Great variety of new and used Mathematics Books. Get your Math Books at much lower prices than other booksellers. Free U.S. shipping over $ ThriftBooks Deals. Education & Reference. Computers & Technology. Computer Science.

Languages & Tools. Pure Mathematics. Algebra & Trigonometry. Business & Investing. Schools & Teaching. A typical computer science program contain following mathematics related courses 1.

College Algebra (Beginner level) 2. Calculus (Beginner and Advanced level) *shudders* 3. Discrete Mathematics *shudders* In addition to above, there are usually ad. - Explore MathCoachCorner's board "Books for Math Teachers and Instructional Coaches", followed by people on Pinterest.

See 49 pins. Use of Mathematical Software for Teaching and Learning Mathematics Ajit Kumar, Department of Mathematics, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai [email protected] S. Kumaresan, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Hyderabad, PO.

central University, HyderabadINDIA, [email protected] Size: KB. For programming, it is important to know about mathematics- especially those branches pertaining to, for example, algorithm performance, but the simple fact is that there is no branch of mathematics that will tell you that Singletons are a horrifically bad idea, for example, or when to favour inheritance over composition, or whether or not you.

"I recommend the programming language that we picked for the book: Python," Sande says. "It's best for teaching. "It's best for teaching. It has a nice, clean syntax, with graphical tools if you Author: Lamont Wood. ScratchMaths curriculum design. In the SM project a two-year curriculum was designed for the 9–11 primary age group (Years 5 and 6), aligned to the English National Computing and Mathematics Primary Curriculums [], and promoting the teaching of carefully selected core ideas of computer programming alongside specific mathematical content was divided Cited by: 7.

Teaching effective problem-solving skills in the context of teaching programming necessitates a revised curriculum for introductory computer programming by: Through programming, students discover that the computer is a powerful and flexible tool. Using interesting ideas embedded in programming environments, students solve problems in their favorite subjects, and also develop interest in ʺdifficultʺ subjects like Math and Physics.

In this book we use the Logo programming language.experience at the college level, but who will be teaching courses as a graduate teaching assistant or as a newly-hired professor. The author is a newly-tenured associate professor, and therefore recently been through the process of establishing and evaluating her File Size: KB.