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Category 
Week 
Article 
Background 
Week 2 
Cobb, P., Boufi, A., McClain, K. & Whitenack, J. (1997). Reflexive discourse and collective reflection. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 28(3), 258277. 

10 
Background 

Davitt, R. M. (2000). The evolutionary character of mathematics. Mathematics Teacher, 93(8), 692694 
Graphing 

Dugdale, S. (1993). Functions and graphs: Perspectives on student thinking. In T. A. Romberg, E. Fennema, & T. P. Carpenter (Eds.), Integrating research on the graphical representation of functions (pp. 101–130). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. 

Graphing 

Dugdale, S., Thompson, P. W., et al. (1995). Technology and algebra curriculum reform: Current issues, potential directions, and research questions. Journal of Technology in Mathematics, 14(3), 325358. 

47 
Geometry 

Flusser, P. & Francia, G. (2000). Derivation and visualization of the binomial theorem. International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 5(1), 324. 
58 
Geometry 
Week 4 
Hadas, N., Hershkowitz, R., &Schwarz, B. B. (2000). The role of contradiction and uncertainty in promoting the need to prove in dynamic geometry environments. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 44(12), 127150. 
Background 
Week 1 
Hativa, N. (1988). Sigal's ineffective computerbased practice of arithmetic: A case study. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 19(3), 195–214. 

93 
Geometry 
Week 4 
Healy, L. & Hoyles, C. (2001). Software tools for geometrical problem solving: Potentials and pitfalls. International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 6(3), 235256. 
Geometry 
Week 3 
Mariotti, M. A. (2000). Introduction to proof: The mediation of a dynamic software environment. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 44(12), 2553. 

132 
Graphing 

O'Callaghan, B. R. (1998). Computerintensive algebra and students' conceptual knowledge of functions. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 29(1), 2140. 
143 
Background 

Povey, H. & Ransom, M. (2000). Some undergraduate students' perception of using technology for mathematics: Tales of resistance. International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 5(1), 4763. 
Geometry 
Week 3 
SantosTrigo, M. & DiazBarriga, E. (2000). Posing questions from proposed problems: Using technology to enhance mathematical problem solving. Mathematics Teacher, 93(7), 578580. 

154 
Background 

Schultz, J. E. & Waters, M. S. (2000). Discuss with your colleagues: Why representations? Mathematics Teacher, 93(6), 448453. 
Background 
Week 1 
Thompson, A. G., Philipp, R. A., Thompson, P. W., & Boyd, B. A. (1994). Calculational and conceptual orientations in teaching mathematics. In A. Coxford (Ed.), 1994 Yearbook of the NCTM (pp. 79–92). Reston, VA: NCTM. 

175 
Background 

Thompson, P. W. (1994). Concrete materials and teaching for mathematical understanding. Arithmetic Teacher, 41(9), 556–558. 
Background 
Week 2 
Wertsch, J. V. & Toma, C. Discourse and learning in the classroom: A sociocultural approach. In L. P. Steffe & J. Gale (Eds.), Constructivism in education (pp. 159174). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. 

Background 
Week 1 
Yackel, E. & Cobb, P. (1995). Classroom sociomathematical norms and intellectual autonomy. In L. Meira & D. Carraher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol 3, 264272). Recife, Brazil: PME. 