Carraher , Barbara M. Bringing Out the Algebraic Character of Arithmetic contributes to a growing body of research relevant to efforts to make algebra an integral part of early mathematics instruction, an area of studies that has come to be known as Early Algebra. It provides both a rationale for promoting algebraic…. By Jane M. This book reveals the development of students' understanding of statistical literacy.
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Edited by Rina Zazkis , Stephen R. This book offers multiple interconnected perspectives on the largely untapped potential of elementary number theory for mathematics education: its formal and cognitive nature, its relation to arithmetic and algebra, its accessibility, its utility and intrinsic merits, to name just a few.
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The emergence of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards in sparked a sea change in thinking about the nature and quality of mathematics instruction in U. Much is known about transmission forms of mathematics teaching and the influence of this teaching on students'…. Edited by Sandra K. Wilcox , Perry E. This casebook is intended to support professionals who are working in a variety of contexts to use classroom-based assessment more effectively to support teacher learning and teaching change, and to enhance the opportunities for all students to develop mathematical power.
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Beginning with the different knowledge structures that…. Edited by Richard Lehrer , Daniel Chazan. This volume reflects an appreciation of the interactive roles of subject matter, teacher, student, and technologies in designing classrooms that promote understanding of geometry and space. Although these elements of geometry education are mutually constituted, the book is organized to highlight,…. Edited by Susanne P. An issue in the current push for reform in mathematics education is the call to address statistics at the precollege level. This volume represents the emerging findings of an interdisciplinary collaboration among a group of mathematics educators, cognitive scientists, teachers, and statisticians to….
How we reason with mathematical ideas continues to be a fascinating and challenging topic of research--particularly with the rapid and diverse developments in the field of cognitive science that have taken place in recent years. Because it draws on multiple disciplines, including psychology,….
This book addresses the need of professional development leaders and policymakers for scholarly knowledge about influencing teachers to modify mathematical instruction to bring it more in alignment with the recommendations of the current reform movement initiated by the National Council of Teachers…. Edited by Robert J. Sternberg , Talia Ben-Zeev. Why do some children seem to learn mathematics easily and others slave away at it, learning it only with great effort and apparent pain?
Why are some people good at algebra but terrible at geometry? How can people who successfully run a business as adults have been failures at math in school? Edited by Paul Cobb , Heinrich Bauersfeld. This book grew out of a five-year collaboration between groups of American and German mathematics educators. The central issue addressed accounting for the messiness and complexity of mathematics learning and teaching as it occurs in classroom situations.
Find more information about Crossref citation counts. We investigate and discuss the math-chemistry link for a subpopulation of undergraduate learners present at every institution: students who have extremely limited experience with chemistry problem solving or have standardized test math scores in the lowest quartile for their incoming matriculating class.
Our institutional experience has been that additional college-level coursework in mathematics, prior to enrollment in chemistry, does not improve student outcomes. In this case study, we created a matrix of problems. Each row of the matrix included three categories of problems: 1 symbolic math algebra problems that involved solving or simplifying an equation with variables such as x and y , 2 word problems using the same type of equation or systems of equations, but with domain-general, everyday terms, and 3 analogous problems using domain-specific chemistry terminology.
We explored precourse student responses on these items, final exam scores, and course grade outcomes collected over eight years in a first-semester introductory chemistry course. Research Current My main research platform is the area of mathematics identity. Areas of expertise Mathematics and statistics education. Selected publications and creative works Research Outputs Darragh, L. Blurred lines: producing the mathematics student through discourses of special educational needs in the context of reform mathematics in Chile.
Performing girl and good at mathematics: Scripts in young adult fiction. Chronaki Ed. Mathematics in life and times of crisis: Proceedings of the ninth international mathematics education in society conference, 1 , Volos, Greece: MES9. Fears and desires: Researching teachers in neoliberal contexts. Mathematics Education in life and times of crisis: Proceedings of the ninth international mathematics education and society conference, 1 , Volos, Greece.
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