Designing Online Playgrounds for Learning Mathematics

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Teachers expand conceptions of algebra using interactive tools, video conferencing and social media.

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Heather Lynn Johnson, heather.johnson@ucdenver.edu, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Colorado Denver. She is interested in middle and high school students' quantitative and covariational reasoning.

Peter Hornbein, phornbein@cherrycreekschools.org, has taught high school mathematics for twenty-seven years and has taught at Cherokee Trail High School, Aurora, Colorado, for the past eight years.

Dana Bryson, dbryson@ecdschool.org, is a middle school math teacher at Evergreen Country Day School, Evergreen, Colorado. She is in her eighth year of teaching middle school math.

(Corresponding author is Johnson heather.johnson@ucdenver.edu)
(Corresponding author is Hornbein phornbein@cherrycreekschools.org)
(Corresponding author is Bryson dbryson@ecdschool.org)
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