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## Latest revision as of 22:26, 29 July 2020

Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, 1994 (Proceedings of the 1994 International Symposium on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology Gary H. Marks, (Editor) 1994, 244 pages; ISBN 1-880094-12-6 This book serves as a major source document indicating the current status of mathematics/science education and technology. This volume also is a record of the 1994 International Symposium on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology held in San Diego, CA in July 1994. The Symposium is one in a series of biennial international meetings designed to examine the critical issues and major trends on technology in Mathematics and Science Education to include the research, developments, applications, and future programs. The 1994 Symposium theme was "Emerging Issues and Trends." A selection of titles include: - Academic support in mathematics in a third world environment - An alternative pre-calculus curriculum - Compressed video networks for delivering science and math - Exploiting ordering effects in instructional design - Group work in science: The influence of gender - Integrating Internet resources - Issues in interactive multimedia cross platform design - Learning chemistry through computer molecular modeling - Student electronic bulletin board for distance education - Technology-enhances physics instruction - Using artificial intelligence in the teaching of statistics