@article{Herweyers_2014, title={Exploring Mathematics through Multiple Representations}, volume={1}, url={https://journal.ph-noe.ac.at/index.php/resource/article/view/144}, abstractNote={Technology provides the ability to combine graphic, geometric, numerical and symbolic representations of a mathematical concept. These dynamically linked representations help students to see connections and build understanding, they are teaching and learning tools to get <br />a better understanding of mathematical concepts.<br /><br />The educational and didactical value, exploring multiple representations of a mathematical problem or concept, will be shown through concrete examples at secondary school level for linear algebra, calculus and statistics.<br /><br />During the workshop, the examples will be explored using the document based TI-Nspire CX CAS handheld Technology, without assuming a prior knowledge of this technology. It gives students the possibility to save their reasoning when trying to solve a problem or to build a mathematical model, and to reflect back to the problem.<br /><br />}, journal={R&E-SOURCE}, author={Herweyers, Guido}, year={2014}, month={Nov.} }