Pyper, J. S. (2017). Learning about ourselves: A review of The mathematics teacher in the digital era. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, 17(3), 234-242. DOI: 10.1080/14926156.2017.1297509.

ABSTRACT
Mathematics Education in the Digital Era is a title that implies the ubiquity of digital technology in our everyday lives. In fact, it can be argued that digital technology is already ubiquitous for many stakeholders in mathematics education. Volume 2 of this series is titled The Mathematics Teacher in the Digital Era, which implies an exploration of the mathematics teacher as individual agent or actor in the experience of teaching and learning mathematics. What is exciting is the book editors potentially unintended insights into teachers’ afective sense, their beliefs, and their subsequent decisions for future pedagogical effort.

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Jamie Pyper

Jamie Pyper

mathematics educator and researcher | mathematics teacher (OCT) | and craft beer enthusiast! | he/him | #MSTE Coordinator, #PBLmathEd #CMESG #NCTM | mathperceptionproject.ca @314_per
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