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Katsuhiko Shimizu

msisoda@human.tsukuba.ac.jp

National Institute for Educational
Research

Japan

### Abstract

This
lecture will examine an effect
of mathematical technology on
the learning and teaching of mathematics.
The result on international comparative
surveys on the use of technology
in education and achievement provide
the current pictures on the use
and effect of mathematical technology
on its learning and teaching.
In some “high achieved”
Asian countries, rapidly disseminated
technology seems not to change
mathematics classrooms. On the
other hand, several countries
outside Asia have achieved significant
changes in styles of learning
and achievement of mathematics.
A story of chess champion “Garry
Kasparov” after his historical
loss against IBM program “Deep
Blue” will be referred to lead
us to reexamine a relationship
between mathematical intelligence
of human being and mathematics
technology in the field of education.

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