**A Calculating Web Site Could Ignite a New Campus 'Math War'**

By JEFFREY R. YOUNG June 12, 2009 The Chronicle of Higher Education

Educators Battle Over Calculator Use: Both Sides Claim Casualties

Education World, Inc. Updated 7/10/2002

**Quick Takes: Calculators in the Classroom**

March 1998 SEDL

- A frequently overlooked skill is knowing when to use a calculator and when other methods are more efficient. Simple exercises can show students that mental and written computations are often more useful than working with a calculator.

**The Calculator in the Elementary Classroom: Making a Useful Tool out of an Ineffective Crutch**

Erin McCauliff Department of Education and Human Services Villanova University

Edited by Klaus Volpert

Mathematics Education Dialogues May/June 1999

a publication of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

**Groping and Hoping for a**

Consensus on Calculator Use

Consensus on Calculator Use

Let’s Abolish Pencil-and-Paper Arithmeticby Anthony Ralston

**by Kim Mackey**

Do We Need Calculators?

Do We Need Calculators?

**How Our Readers Feel about Calculators How Our Readers Feel about Calculators**by Cynthia Ballheim

**The Research Backs Calculators**by Donald J. Dessart, Charleen M. DeRidder, and Aimee J. Ellington

**Ensuring That All Children Are Powerful Technology Users**

by Charlene Morrow

**A Calculator Tour around Canada and the United States**by Johnny Lott

**Questioning the Use of Calculators in the Elementary Grades**by Frank Wang

Calculators at the Elementary School Level? Yes,It Just Makes Sense! by Randall I. Charles

**Tools for Mathematical Understanding in Middle Schoo**l by Perry Montoya and Vicki Graber

**A Revolution in My High School Classroom**by Gail Burrill

**An Attempt in Sweden at Consensus**Excerpted by Zalman Usiskin from a paper given by Lars-Eric Björk and Hans Brolin

**What Does the Research Say about Achievement of Students Who Use**

Calculator Technologies and Those Who Do Not?

Calculator Technologies and Those Who Do Not?

Susan Barton, Ph.D. Brigham Young University Brigham Young University-Hawaii Campus Department of Mathematics

**K–12 Calculator Woes**

Frank Quinn May 2009 Notices of the AMS

**Should Calculators Be Used Indiscriminately in Classrooms?**

by Ricky Mar 25, 2009 Bright Hub!