- Bernard Hodgson, David C. Johnson, David Tinsley: ICT's and secondary school mathematics - themes, visions and realities. 1-6 BibTeX

- Tom J. van Weert: The impact of informatics on the teaching of mathematics. 7-18 BibTeX
- Thomas E. Kieren: Toward an embodied view of the mathematics curriculum in a world of technology. 19-28 BibTeX
- Carles Romero i Chesa, Ferran Ruiz i Tarragó: Social uses of the Internet and the construction of new models for mathematics teaching and learning. 29-40 BibTeX
- Ivan Kalas, Andrej Blaho: Young students and future teachers as passengers on the Logo engine. 41-52 BibTeX
- Walter Oberschelp: How informatics and discrete thinking return to school. 53-64 BibTeX
- Jerry Johnson: Using the history of mathematics as a source of technology-rich problems. 68-70 BibTeX

- Jean-Marie Laborde: Towards more natural interfaces. 71-76 BibTeX
- Erich Neuwirth: Spreadsheets: just smart calculators or a new paradigm for thinking about mathematical structures? 77-88 BibTeX
- Adrian Oldknow: Personal computing technology: use and possibilities. 89-98 BibTeX
- Shoichiro Machida: Computer-supported mathematical learning in the information age: mathematical modelling learned through hypertexts. 99-106 BibTeX
- Herbert Möller: A genetic way to conic sections and planetary motion with Cabri-Géomètre. 107-110 BibTeX

- Nicolas Balacheff: Construction of meaning and teacher control of learning. 111-120 BibTeX
- Michèle Artigue: Teacher training as a key issue for the integration of computer technologies. 121-130 BibTeX
- Rosa Maria Bottino, Fulvia Furinghetti: The computer in mathematics teaching: scenes from the classroom. 131-140 BibTeX
- Philippe Clarou: The integration of IT and teacher training: supporting teachers in their use of hardware and software tools in the school. 141-150 BibTeX
- Rosamund Sutherland: Teachers and technology: the case of mathematical learning. 151-160 BibTeX
- Dave Miller: Teachers and technology: pre-service training for mathematics. 161-164 BibTeX
- Anna Kristjánsdóttir: Moving from fashions to a continuous stream of change: teacher development and IT. 165-168 BibTeX

- Celia Hoyles: A culture of proving a school mathematics. 169-182 BibTeX
- Colette Laborde: Relationship between the spatial and theoretical in geometry. 183-194 BibTeX
- Uri Leron, Orit Hazzan: Computers and applied constructivism. 195-204 BibTeX
- Mundher Adhami, David C. Johnson, Michael Shayer: Cognitive development and classroom interaction: a theoretical foundation for teaching and learning. 205-214 BibTeX
- Harriet J. Fell: Preparing for the computer age at an early age. 215-224 BibTeX
- Morton Blomhøj: Construction of personal meaning through the use of advanced geometrical software: the case of trigonometry. 225-228 BibTeX
- Giuliana Dettori, Simonetta Greco, Enrica Lemut: Complementing different software environments to mediate the introduction of variable, parameter and unknown. 229-232 BibTeX
- Thomas Lingefjärd, Jeremy Kilpatrick: Authority and responsibility when learning mathematics in a technology-enhanced environment. 233-236 BibTeX

- Ronald E. Anderson: Human and social issues in the age of informatics. 237-246 BibTeX
- Gail Marshall: Challenge, conflict and culture: issues for secondary school mathematics educators. 247-254 BibTeX
- Deane Arganbright: Spreadsheets for mathematics in a developing nation. 255-264 BibTeX
- Klaus-Dieter Graf, Kiyoshi Yokochi: Educational experiments of distance learning and reorganisation of mathematics education. 265-276 BibTeX
- Terence R. Cannings, Garz S. Stager: On-line communities as a vehicle for developing secondary mathematics educators. 275-278 BibTeX