Designing Learning Environments for Developing Understanding of Geometry and Space

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Math Forum, formerly the Geometry Forum, is an NSF-sponsored virtual resource center for math education on the Internet. The research reported in this chapter was supported by NSF Geometry Forum MDR- 9155710. All of our servers use forum.swarthmore.edu as their address for ftp, gopher, http (WWW), and news access; e-mail subscriptions to newsgroups are available. We thank Gabriel Quinn Bauridel, Jane Ehrenfeld, Ann E. Fetter, Kristina Lasher, Heather Mateyak, Eric Sasson, and David Weksler for their contributions to the studies reported. Furthermore, we gratefully acknowledge the editorial assistance of Sarah Seastone in the preparation of this manuscript.


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