Occasioning Emergent Technological Practices


In recent years, there have been calls for the inclusion of children with disabilities in research about how children use technology. This study investigates how the technology practices of middle years students with mathematics learning disabilities evolve as they gain knowledge and experience about the ways personal electronic technologies can be used to support mathematics learning.

Primary Investigator Alayne Armstrong
Co-Investigators n/a
Funding Competition
Funding Awarded $10,000.00
Investigator Bio

Research Interests

My primary research interests focus on alternative ways of teaching and learning mathematics, particularly interdisciplinary approaches that promote the authority of all learners. I also study the nature of collective cognition in the mathematics classroom and the ways it may be documented.