Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning

Michal Yerushalmy


Yerushalmy, M. & Swidan, O. (2012) Signifying the accumulation graph in a dynamic and multi-representation environment. Educational Studies of Mathematics. 80,  (3), 287-306

Schwartz, J.L., Yerushalmy, M. & Wilson, B. (eds.) (1993) The Geometric Supposer: What is it a case of? Lawrence  Erlbaum Inc., NJ. (254 pages). 

Yerushalmy, M., Katriel, H. & Shternberg, B. (2002/4)  VisualMath: Function. Interactive Mathematics Text. (in Hebrew (2002) and English (2004))  Published by CET:  The Centre of Educational Technology, Ramat-Aviv. (200 web pages, 80 interactive applications).

The LINKS Israel Center or Research Excellence is celebrating it's culminating fith year of research at Beit Daniel , in Zichron Yaacov, together with international and very well known guests: 

Prof. Christopher Hoadley - Steinhart, NYU

Gueudet, G., Pepin, B., Yerushalmy, M., Trouche, L., & Chazan, D. (forthcoming). E-textbooks in/for Teaching and Learning Mathematics: A Disruptive and Potentially Transformative Educational Technology. In Kirshner, D. & English L. (Editors). Handbook of Research in Mathematics Education (3rd Edition).
Chazan, D., & Yerushalmy, M. (2014). The Future of Mathematics Textbooks: Ramifications of Technological Change. In Stocchetti, M. (ed.), Media and Education in the Digital Age: Concepts, Assessments, Subversions, 63-76.
Yerushalmy, M. (2013). Designing for inquiry in school mathematics. Educational Designer, 2(6).
Swidan, O., & Yerushalmy, M. (2014). Learning the indefinite integral in a dynamic and interactive technological environment. ZDM—The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 46(4)
Naftaliev, E., & Yerushalmy M. (2013). Guiding explorations: Design principles and functions of interactive Diagrams. Computers in the Schools, 30(1-2), 61-75.
networked society
Event date: 
17/09/2014 - 09:00

Following the tradition that began with the establishment of our I-CORE, the LINKS Community meets again for a fascinating encounter of two consecutive days during which lectures, workshops and meetings will be held.