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This paper describes a set of research based instructional plans being developed by a multidisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Nebraska within a National Science Foundation Proof-of-Concept Grant. The project is seeking to establish a prototype effort for teaching mathematical modeling within a technology based learning environment, which includes components of adaptive instruction for the student. Seven curriculum based design principles for the adaptive instruction that are being followed in the development of the project are described in the paper as they relate to research on effective mathematics instruction, and in particular the enhancement of mathematical modeling activities.


Grandgenett, N. F., Ostler, E., Zygielbaum, A, Henniger, S., Hazzard, C. (2000). Mathematical modeling within a technology based learning environment: Some principles for adaptive instruction. Published in the Proceedings of the Mathematics, Science, Education and Technology Conference, San Diego, CA., February 2000. © 2000 by Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Used by permission.