.

Gerry Stahl's professional & personal web network

-- GerryStahl.net --

| Home Page | eLibrary | Publications | ijCSCL journal | VMT Project | CSCL | Teaching | Research | CV | Personal |

Volume 12. Essays in Online Mathematics Interaction

The essays in this volume are based on research during the early years of the Virtual Math Teams project, when the topics were taken from the mathematical domain of combinatorics. Drawings were done in a generic whiteboard. In particular, two teams that interacted on the same problems during 2006 provide a variety of insights into the nature of CSCL. These papers were written with close colleagues.

he essays in this volume are based on research during the early years of the Virtual Math Teams project, when the topics were taken from the mathematical domain of combinatorics. Drawings were done in a generic whiteboard. In particular, two teams that interacted on the same problems during 2006 provide a variety of insights into the nature of CSCL. These papers were written with close colleagues.

download volume here

* Download PDF free for reading online or printing: math.pdf
(This is the best version: up-to-date, complete, full color, hi-res.)

* Download iBook version free for iPad, Mac, etc.: math.epub

* Download MOBI version free for Kindle: math.mobi

* Order paperback from Lulu at printing cost ($11.64): Lulu page for Gerry Stahl

* Order paperback from Amazon at printing cost ($11.64): Amazon page for Gerry Stahl


table of contents

Interactional Achievement of Shared Mathematical Understanding in a Virtual Math Team
The Integration of Mathematics Discourse, Graphical Reasoning and Symbolic Expression by a Virtual Math Team
Mathematical Practices
The Joint Organization of Interaction within a Multimodal CSCL Medium
“You can divide the thing into two parts”: Analyzing Referential, Mathematical and Technological Practice in the VMT Environment
Repairing Indexicality in Virtual Math Teams
Group Creativity in Inter-Action: Collaborative Referencing, Remembering and Bridging
Polyphonic Support for Collaborative Learning
Book review: Exploring thinking as communicating in CSCL