Educational Studies in Mathematics has published the June issue. This issue is in memory of Jim Kaput, and has a title: Democratizing Access to Mathematics through Technology: Issues of Design, Theory and Implementation— In Memory of Jim Kaput’s Work.
There are several interesting articles in this issue. Here are the headlines:
Introduction: Building on the vision of Jim Kaput (1942–2005) by Richard Lesh and Stephen Hegedus
- Next steps in implementing Kaput’s research programme by Celia Hoyles and Richard Noss
- From static to dynamic mathematics: historical and representational perspectives by Luis Moreno-Armella, Stephen J. Hegedus and James J. Kaput
- A science need: Designing tasks to engage students in modeling complex data by Richard Lesh et al.
- Students’ expression of affect in an inner-city simcalc classroom by Roberta Y. Schorr and Gerald A. Goldin
- The role of scaling up research in designing for and evaluating robustness by J. Roschelle et al.
- Studying new forms of participation and identity in mathematics classrooms with
integrated communication and representational infrastructures by Stephen J. Hegedus and William R. Penuel
- James J. Kaput (1942–2005) imagineer and futurologist of mathematics education by David Tall