Study on the nature of CT in university math education
Chantal Buteau, Brock University
- Eric Muller, Brock University
- Laura Broley, Concordia University
- Framed a (university) student’s engagement in CT practices as proposed by Weintrop et al. (2016) as a legitimate peripheral participation, i.e., whereby students are invited to become mathematicians through engaging in their shared practices.
- Exemplified each of the four types of CT practices (Weintrop et al., 2016) with concrete university student tasks and Canadian research mathematicians work.
- Broley, L., Buteau, C., & Muller, E. (2017). (Legitimate peripheral) computational thinking in mathematics. Proceedings of the Congress of European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME), Dublin (Ireland), February 2017.
- Broley, L., Buteau, C., & Muller, E. (2017). Legitimate peripheral computational thinking in mathematics. Poster presentation at the Math Gallery, Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group 2017, McGill University (Canada), June 2017.
- Buteau, C. (2017). L’expérience de l’étudiant dans la classe universitaire à faire des mathématiques différemment par la programmation informatique. Invited seminar talk at Université du Québec À Montréal (UQÀM), Montreal (Canada), 10 April 2017.
- Buteau, C. & Muller, E. (2017). Coding + Math at University: Just like Mathematicians do it! In Math+Code’Zine, 2 (3), May 2017.
- Online Video introducing undergraduate programming-based mathematics courses