Contributed Paper C198In session C11A (Thursday 12th, 16:00–17:30, Level 3E - Room A)
Implementing research results in technology induced teaching of statistics - A literature review
PresenterAndreas Eckert (Sweden)
Implementing research results to school practice with a high level of fidelity is a big challenge for the research community in mathematics education. Technology induced teaching of mathematics adds further challenges to such issues since it is an area where many teachers are unexperienced. In this paper, we report on a literature review based on papers published in SERJ and which reports on studies involving the investigation of a technology induced intervention. The review is guided by a newly developed framework, which provides dimensions for analyzing issues argued to be crucial in implementing research results. Based on results of the literature review I discuss themes for developing research on technology induced teaching of statistics to face challenges in the implementation of the research results in the practice.