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Abstract
We investigate an ICTcompetent mathematics teacher’s potentials for professional development as she participates in a sixthgrade statistics project aimed at developing practices that integrate ICTs. This is a critical case study, partly because the teacher is not challenged by the proposed ICTs. We use a theoretical framework for classroom mathematical practices to conceptualise teachers´ learning from a participatory perspective. On the one hand, the teacher realises a potential for a more dialogical approach to teaching. On the other hand, she appears to maintain her habits in relation to ICTuse. These contrary tendencies negatively influence the students’ learning opportunities. We offer explanations for why the teacher seems to sticks with her ICThabits as well as suggestions for future research and development projects.
Translated title of the contribution  Hvordan kan en ITkompetent matematiklærere profitere ved deltagelse i et ITintegrerende projekt? 

Original language  English 
Title of host publication  Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education 
Editors  Csaba Csíkos, Attila Rausch, Judit Szitányi 
Number of pages  8 
Volume  4 
Place of Publication  Szeged, Hungary 
Publication date  Aug 2016 
Pages  211218 
ISBN (Print)  9781365455063 
Publication status  Published  Aug 2016 
Event  Mathematics education: How to solve it?  University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary Duration: 3 Aug 2016 → 8 Aug 2016 Conference number: 40 
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Conference  Mathematics education: How to solve it? 

Number  40 
Location  University of Szeged 
Country/Territory  Hungary 
City  Szeged 
Period  03/08/16 → 08/08/16 
Series  Proceeding of the 40th Conference of the Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education 

Keywords
 education, professions and jobs
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Mathematics education: How to solve it?
Charlotte Krog Skott (Speaker) & Camilla Hellsten Østergaard (Speaker)
3 Aug 2016 → 7 Aug 2016Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Conference