@inbook{e59396400abe4c7f96431f5d9bbab096,

title = "Conveyance technology in supporting the teaching and learning of mathematics through student reasoning and problem solving",

abstract = "Technology can play a pivotal role in mathematics education. Qualitative methods were used to report on how a Year 1–2 teacher incorporated Conveyance technology (iPads), to support the teaching and learning of mathematics through student reasoning and problem-solving. The study was conducted in Australia. A single case was chosen, reporting a lesson where students engaged with a 12-cube task. The findings contribute to the broader discourse on the role of technology in early mathematics education, suggesting that conveyance technology supported by effective teaching practices and open-ended problems, fosters students{\textquoteright} reasoning and problem-solving skills.",

keywords = "Problem Sovling, Reasoning, technology, Mathematics, Geometry, Primary School, Pedagogy, collaboration, monitoring, assessing mathematics, qualitative analysis, single case design",

author = "Sharyn Livy",

year = "2024",

language = "English",

isbn = "9781920846350",

pages = "343--350",

editor = "Jana Vi{\v s}{\v n}ovsk{\'a} and Emily Ross and Seyum Getenet",

booktitle = "Surfing the waves of mathematics education",

publisher = "Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA)",

address = "Australia",

edition = "1st",

note = "Annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia 2024 : Surfing the Waves of Mathematics Education, MERGA 2024 ; Conference date: 30-06-2024 Through 04-07-2024",

url = "https://merga.net.au/merga-annual-conference/",

}