Research Students

Doctoral students

Gafni Rina

Using multiple representations of functions to improve semantics understanding of algebraic expressions and equations.

1996

Shternberg Beba

Understanding the mathematical meaning of phenomena and of the concept of function

2002

Gilead Shoshana

Solving Algebra Word Problems: Effects of situational and quantitative models

2003

Gorev Dvora

Assessment in a computer-based environment: semantic knowledge of low achievers in Calculus

2003

Talmon Varda

Dynamic behavior of geometry figures: Epistemological and cognitive aspects of dragging within Dynamic Geometry Environment

2005

Wajeeh Daher

Semiotic analysis of electronic mathematics text

2006

Michal Erez-Maymon

Young students' understanding of hierarchical relations between geometrical concepts using Dynamic Geometry Environment

2007

Elena Naftaliev

Analysis of interactive diagrams' modifications as carried within the process of solving mathematical problems
https://sites.google.com/site/interactivediagrams/publications

2012

Osama Swidan Analyzing the processes of making sense to a mathematical sign – the case of integral concept".
https://sites.google.com/site/accumulationfunction/


M.A. Students

Klemer Anat

Understanding the concept of Area using software tool

Gorev, Dvora

Teachings functions' composition through guided inquiry situated in computerized multiple-representation environment

Hed-Bohr Merav

Effects of students' uses of multiple representation non symbolic computerized environment on understanding the relation between function and its derivative

Talmon, Varda.

Effects of using Symbol Manipulator on students solving and understanding algebraic equations

Sheffer, Zehava

The effects of teaching Linear Programming through guided inquiry supported by multi-representation computerized tools

Suzan, Anat

Conceptions of equations and equalities of students at the pre-academic preparatory program

Gilead, Shoshana

Classification of algebra word-problem based on the concept of function.

Kaldawi, Mary

Understanding the Definite Integral as a process of evaluating areas with relevance to the Limit concept

Abu Hamed Nassar Suheir

Characteristics of solution processes of low achievers who study algebra in the Function with Technology approach

Elikan Shulamit

Characterization of Discussions in mathematics classrooms which are based on computers' supported inquiry

Shoham, Miriam

Problem structure as a factor in constructing mathematical knowledge through inquiry

Maman, Hanna

Balanced Assessment: Alternative assessment in mathematics.

Hemo, Ruth

Comprehending the concept of parameter in linear functions in a computerized learning environment

Halluani, Idit

Analysis of thinking skills in problem-solving in Graph Theory in technological and non-technological environments

Yeger, Hanan

Characterizing problem solving within the environment of electronic web book in math.

Ben-Zaken, Oshrat
(Psychology Department)

Content Zooming: Computer Interface for Learning Objects.

Sever, Geula

Embodied Cognition and Advanced Mathematical Thinking: The case of Linear Transformations of Graphs

Tannus, Riham

Meaning of Area for young geometry students using especially designed software tools.

Timna, Idit

Understanding adolescent cognitive schemas and metaphors of points and lines on paper and on screen.

Shubash Nada

Studying the uses of interactive diagrams for learning new mathematical concepts.

Sueidan Osama

Understanding the Integral: Semiotic and technology

Ismail Dawlat

Understanding Quadratic Functions via investigations of motion-problems using Interactive Function Book