Articles and Papers

Cheng, Kell & Leung, Allen (2015). A dynamic applet for the exploration of the concept of the limit of a sequence. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, Vol.46, No. 2, 187–204.

Leung, A. & Lee, A.M.S. (2013). Students' geometrical perception on a task-based dynamic geometry platform. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 82:361–377.

Chan, Y.C. (2013). GeoGebra as a tool to explore, conjecture, verify, justify, and prove: The case of a circle. North American GeoGebra Journal, Vol.2 No.1, p.14-18.

Or, A.C.M. (2013). Designing Tasks to Foster Operative Apprehension for Visualization and Reasoning in Dynamic Geometry Environment. In C. Margolinas (Ed.) Proceddings of ICMI Study 22. Oxford.

Cullen, C.J., Hertel, J.T. and John, S. (2013). Investigating Extrema with GeoGebra. Mathematics Teacher, Vol.107 No.1, 68-72.

Or, A.C.M. (2012). Pedagogical Design Focusing on Learning Difficulties - Area of Circles. Assessment and Learning, 1, 200 - 211.

柯志明(2011)。以GeoGebra探究圓面積公式 :一次無心插柳的「數學化」教學設計。《數學教育》,31,36 - 46。

Ozgun-Koca, S.A., Edwards, M.T. & Meagher, M. (2013). Spaghetti Sine Curves: Virtual Environments for Reasoning and Sense Making. Mathematics Teacher, Vol.107 No.3, 180-185.