SimClac MathWorld is an interactive program that can be used for either pre-algebra or algebra 1. It can be found at SimClac MathWorld WebSite for free of charge. SimClac MathWorld is a program that can be downloaded for computers (2000 edition or better). It can also be downloaded to a TI-83/84 Plus, TI-73 Explorer and TI-92 Plus/Voyage 200 graphing calculators. This feature makes SimClac MathWorld unique. The purpose of SimClac MathWorld is show relationships between functions and representing that function on a graph. At the same time it has a unique feature that shows fishes that travel along a linear line with the rate the same as the rate of increase or the slope. You can input any function like a simple y=ax+b or a more complex function such as y=x^2. SimClac MathWorld is a simple and easy program to use and to figure out. You can also find worksheets and idea for lessons at Suggested Curriculum.

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  1. Johnson, Heather L.: Together yet separate: students’ associating amounts of change in quantities involved in rate of change (2015)
  2. Zahner, William: The rise and run of a computational understanding of slope in a conceptually focused bilingual algebra class (2015)
  3. Lobato, Joanne; Hohensee, Charles; Diamond, Jaime Marie: What can we learn by comparing students’ diagram-construction processes with the mathematical conceptions inferred from their explanations with completed diagrams? (2014)
  4. Harel, Guershon: The Kaputian program and its relation to DNR-based instruction: a common commitment to the development of mathematics with meaning (2013)
  5. Kaput, James J.; Roschelle, Jeremy: The mathematics of change and variation from a millennial perspective: new content, new context (2013)
  6. Moreno-Armella, Luis; Hegedus, Stephen: From static to dynamic mathematics: historical and representational perspectives (2013)
  7. Mousoulides, Nicholas G.: Mathematical modeling with SimCalc: enhancing students’ complex problem solving skills using a modeling approach (2013)
  8. Johnson, Heather L.: Reasoning about variation in the intensity of change in covarying quantities involved in rate of change (2012)
  9. Pierson Bishop, Jessica: “She’s always been the smart one. I’ve always been the dumb one”: identities in the mathematics classroom (2012)
  10. Zahner, William; Velazquez, Griselda; Moschkovich, Judit; Vahey, Phil; Lara-Meloy, Teresa: Mathematics teaching practices with technology that support conceptual understanding for Latino/a students (2012)
  11. Bowers, Janet S.; Stephens, Becky: Using technology to explore mathematical relationships: a framework for orienting mathematics courses for prospective teachers (2011)
  12. Boujaoude, Saouma B.; Jurdak, Murad E.: Integrating physics and math through microcomputer-based laboratories (MBL): effects on discourse type, quality, and mathematization (2010)
  13. Hegedus, Stephen J.; Moreno-Armella, Luis: Intersecting representation and communication infrastructures (2009)
  14. Noss, Richard; Hoyles, Celia; Mavrikis, Manolis; Geraniou, Eirini; Gutierrez-Santos, Sergio; Pearce, Darren: Broadening the sense of `dynamic’: a microworld to support students’ mathematical generalisation (2009)
  15. Herbert, Sandra; Pierce, Robyn: An `emergent model’ for rate of change (2008)
  16. Moreno-Armella, Luis; Hegedus, Stephen J.; Kaput, James J.: From static to dynamic mathematics: Historical and representational perspectives (2008)
  17. Roschelle, J.; Tatar, D.; Shechtman, N.; Knudsen, J.: The role of scaling up research in designing for and evaluating robustness (2008)
  18. Rieber, Lloyd P.; Tzeng, Shyhchii; Tribble, Kelly: Discovery learning, representation, and explanation within a computer-based simulation: finding the right mix (2004)
  19. Kelly, Anthony E. (ed.); Lesh, Richard A. (ed.): Handbook of research design in mathematics and science education (2000)