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2006
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Chua, B. L. (2006). Video-conferencing for the mathematics classroom: Mathematics and music for secondary school students. The Mathematics Educator, 9(2),80-96.
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A group of secondary school students in Singapore participated in a video-conferencing programme conducted by an overseas university on a mathematics enrichment topic. Not only did the students have to attend a lesson taught by an expert, they also had to make short presentations to an audience whom they had never met before. This article describes the video-conferencing programme that linked secondary school students in two countries with a mathematics expert.
The perceived benefits and shortcomings of such a technology are also considered
with the aim of enabling potential users of video-conferencing to take advantage of
the potential to support and enhance teaching and learning.
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1062-9017
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