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    Accuracy, uncertainty and new technologies

    McNicol, Sarah, Brekke, Sven Olaf, Nesse, Venke, Tokheim, Jorun Irene and Berge, Ola (2014) Accuracy, uncertainty and new technologies. Mathematics Teaching (239). pp. 47-49. ISSN 0025-5785

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    ‘Innovative Technologies for Engaging Classrooms’, or iTEC (http://itec.eun.org), is a major EU-funded project in which education ministries, technology providers, research organisations and European Schoolnet are working together to transform learning and teaching through the use of learning technology. Crucially, iTEC is very much focused on learning and teaching, and finding long-term solutions, not simply on introducing technology into the classroom. Teachers from across Europe are taking part in five iTEC cycles between 2010 and 2014, each of which sees them piloting innovative ‘learning scenarios’ in the classroom in a variety of subject areas.

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