These two presenters report on what we are learning about digital opportunities and hazards from developing courses and materials for digitally rich classrooms from the perspective of two leading mathematics educators who have been involved in developing courses for 1:1 classrooms. Topics will range from how problems and tasks are constructed, what the role of tools and interactive diagrams are, what kinds of assessment are included and they related to high stakes testing, and what kinds of teacher support is provided. From the presentation, teachers will have a clearer idea of what options of materials at the course level exist and how to examine digital materials to see underlying principles and structure. The session will be structured for two presentations by the speakers from their experience followed by questions and answers.
Presentation Format: General Interest / All Audiences Session