Computer Activities in Mathematics to Encourage Learning Strategies

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Published by the Mathematics Centre at the University of Chichester, this booklet describes ideas that have been used with students aged 9-11 , although there are indications that older students would benefit from them too. In the first part of the booklet much use is made of procedures that students can use in their programs. All are very short and easily typed in.

Later on in the booklet are short programs to do things to numbers and stimulate thinking about number relationships. This booklet provides a rationale for the activities as well as full descriptions and observations made during the activities.

The Computer language used for the procedures is BBC Basic.

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