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A theoretical framework for the integration of computer use in mathematics education for preservice teacher education students [microform] : developmental case studies / Anthony John Jones
Bib ID 294928
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Jones, Anthony John, 1940-
 
Description Clayton, Vic. : Monash University, [19--] 
7 microfiches. 
Notes

Submitted to the Faculty of Education in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Summary: leaves vii-viii.

Typescript.

Thesis (Ph.D.)--Monash University, 1992.

Includes bibliographical references (leaves [326]-338)

Subjects Teachers - Training of - Victoria - Melbourne.  |  Mathematics - Study and teaching - Victoria - Melbourne.  |  Mathematics - Computer-assisted instruction.

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