6 edition of **Perspectives on the Teaching of Mathematics** found in the catalog.

- 320 Want to read
- 40 Currently reading

Published
**April 1, 2004** by National Council of Teachers of English .

Written in English

- Study & Teaching,
- Nonfiction / Education,
- Mathematics,
- Study and teaching,
- United States,
- Science/Mathematics

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Rheta N. Rubenstein (Editor), George W. Bright (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
---|---|

Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 286 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL11116931M |

ISBN 10 | 0873535588 |

ISBN 10 | 9780873535588 |

The overall goal of Modelling and Applications in Mathematics Education is to provide a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in the field of modelling and applications in mathematics education. Key issues are dealt with, among which are the following: Epistemology and the relationships between mathematics and the "rest of the world"; the meaning of mathematical modelling and its.

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Teaching is a complex, ongoing endeavor that involves a myriad of decisions. NCTM's Sixty-sixth Yearbook is organized around three aspects of teaching: foundations for teaching, the enactment of teaching, and the support of teaching nurtured in preservice education and strengthened throughout a teacher's by: 6.

The book may also serve as an introduction to the Body&Soul mathematics education reform project reflecting the new paradigm. Dreams of Perspectives on the Teaching of Mathematics book is directed to a large audience of teachers, students and users of mathematics.

In a first part the authors present a brief history leading into applications of computational mathematics by: 8. : Multiple Perspectives on Mathematics Teaching and Learning (International Perspectives on Mathematics Education, V. 1) (): Boaler, Jo: BooksCited by: The book demonstrates the links between these themes and the discipline of mathematics, and its critical teaching and learning.

The outcome is a groundbreaking collection unified by a shared concern with critical perspectives of mathematics and education, and of the ways they impact on practice.3/5(3).

Perspectives on the teaching of mathematics. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Rheta N Rubenstein; George W Bright.

Abstract. This book is intended to provide some insights into the types of tasks that can assist students in learning mathematics. The insights though need to be interpreted in the context of our perspectives on some key : Peter Sullivan, Doug Clarke, Barbara Clarke.

The book examines current initiatives that affect teaching mathematics and identifies pointers for action in the classroom. Divided into three major sections, it looks at: the changing mathematics classroom at primary, secondary and tertiary level major components of the secondary curriculum.

Mathematics discourse and thinking and the technologically-mediated self of mathematical cultural practices are examined through key concepts such as metaphor, intentionality, gestures, interaction, sign-use, and meaning. This book is addressed to mathematics educators, psychologists, educators, and students of mathematics : Paperback.

In recent years geometry seems to have lost large parts of its former central position in mathematics teaching in most countries. However, new trends have begun to counteract this tendency.

There is an increasing awareness that geometry plays a key role in mathematics and learning mathematics. On the level of theory development, the book clarifies the nature of an emerging "models and modeling perspective" about teaching, learning, and problem solving in mathematics Cited by: Multiple Perspectives on Mathematics Teaching and Learning offers a collection of chapters that take a new look at mathematics education.

Leading authors, such as Deborah Ball, Paul Cobb, Jim. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 guidebook (v, 72 pages).

Contents: Equity in mathematics education is about access / Carol Malloy --Developing a well-articulated algebra curriculum: examples from the NCTM Academy for Professional Development / Jennifer M. Bay-Williams, Elizabeth M.

Skipper, Susan K. The Changing Primary Mathematics Classroom: The Challenge of the National Numeracy Strategy 2. Mathematics 3. Examining some Changes in Mathematics Post 4. Mathematics for Post Vocational Courses Part 2: The Mathematics Curriculum 5.

Aspects of School Mathematics and Mathematical Proof 6. Aspects of the Teaching and Learning of. This book series will publish various books from different theoretical perspectives around the world focusing on Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling at Secondary and Tertiary level.

The proceedings of the biennial conference called ICTMA, organised by the ICMI affiliated Study Group ICTMA (International Community of Teachers of. Multiple Perspectives on Mathematics Teaching and Learning offers a collection of chapters that take a new look at mathematics education.

Leading authors, such as Deborah Ball, Paul Cobb, Jim Greeno, Stephen Lerman, and Michael Apple, draw from a range of perspectives in their analyses of mathematics teaching and learning.

If learners in the classroom are to be excited by mathematics, teachers need to be both well informed about current initiatives and able to see how what is expected of them can be translated into rich and stimulating classroom strategies. The book examines current initiatives that affect teaching mathematics and identifies pointers for action in the classroom.

The book may also serve as an introduction to the Body&Soul mathematics education reform project reflecting the new paradigm. Dreams of Calculus is directed to a large audience of teachers, students and users of mathematics. In a first part the authors present a brief history leading into applications of computational mathematics today.

This is the sixty-sixth annual yearbook from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. It contains 22 papers, separated into three categories on the foundations, the enactment, and the.

Theory and Practice of Lesson Study in Mathematics: An International Perspective shows that the power of Lesson Study to transform the role of teachers in classroom research cannot be explained by a simple replication model. Here we see Lesson Study being successful internationally when its key principles and practices are taken seriously and are adapted to meet local issues and challenges.

About this book. This book explores terminology, frameworks, and research being conducted worldwide on virtual manipulatives. It brings together international authors who provide their perspectives on virtual manipulatives in research and teaching.

By defining terminology, explaining conceptual and theoretical frameworks, and reporting research, the authors provide a comprehensive foundation on the study. The book examines current initiatives that affect teaching mathematics and identifies pointers for action in the classroom.

Divided into three major sections, it looks at: the changing mathematics classroom at primary, secondary and tertiary Book Edition: 1st Edition. With this book, Multiple Perspective on Mathematics Teaching and Learning, we begin a new venture in the publishing of mathematics education literature.

It is very appropriate that this, the first book in the series International Perspectives on Mathematics Education, should appear in the year and also in the year of the Ninth International Congress of Mathematical Education, a gathering. In the first section of the book, entitled Perspectives, the authors discuss a variety of topics including the differences between pure mathematics (mathematics without a computer) and computational mathematics (mathematics with a computer), the history of mathematics education, and several philosophical issues regarding the nature of mathematics and science in general.

History of Mathematics and Teaching Mathematics Abstract: Th e paper discusses the possibilities of using contents of history of mathematics as a supporting strategy in the teaching of mathematics.

Th ere is plenty of research that promotes using historical content in mathematics lessons, but only a few of them are of empirical : Mirko Dejić, Aleksandra M.

Mihajlović. Developing Research in Mathematics Education is the first book in the series New Perspectives on Research in Mathematics Education, to be produced in association with the prestigious European Society for Research in Mathematics inaugural volume sets out broad advances in research in mathematics education which have accumulated over the last 20 years Author: Tommy Dreyfus, Michèle Artigue, Despina Potari, Susanne Prediger, Kenneth Ruthven.

Before deciding on Mathematical Mindsets, I was debating five different books on a variety of professional development topics. All relatively new with researched based strategies to support learning in the classroom.

Today, I am sharing my five professional development books for math teachers to consider reading this summer. Math teaching can be enriched by linking topics to their historical cultural context. One could tell interesting anecdotes about pertinent mathematicians, touching also upon their religious motivation.

James Nickel, Mathematics: Is God Silent?, Ross House Books () This book revolutionizes the prevailing understanding and teaching of math. The addition of this book is a must for all upper-level Christian school curricula and for college students and adults interested in math or related fields of science and religion.

Responsible use of mathematics Teaching distinctives of a Christian perspective of mathematics. The Christian teaching of mathematics: Emphasizes that math’s two key meanings, discrete quantity and continuous space, are two aspects of God’s created reality, the quantitative and the spatial.

This situation has not significantly changed, as most learning scientists continue to study cognition independent of emotion. In this book, the authors use cultural-historical activity theory as a perspective to investigate cognition, emotion, learning, and teaching in mathematics. On the Psychology of Teaching Mathematics.

This variation is partially due to the perspectives of teachers towards mathematics and towards the role of teacher in education and these Author: Arash Rastegar.

New Perspectives on Learning is committed to the development of 21st century materials for mathematics education, K We run institutes for professional development in New London, CT and will come to your site as well if you are interested in hosting.

Please contact us for further information. "New Perspectives on Mathematics Pedagogy" represents a serious attempt to understand pedagogy within mathematics classrooms.

To that end, this symposium. Perspectives on Adults Learning Mathematics: Research and Practice (Mathematics Education Library) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Perspectives on Adults Learning Mathematics: Research and Practice Mathematics Education Library - AbeBooks.

Multiple Perspectives on Mathematics Teaching and Learning offers a collection of chapters that take a new look at mathematics education. Leading authors, such as Deborah Ball, Paul Cobb, Jim Greeno, Stephen Lerman, and Michael Apple, draw from a range of perspectives in their analyses of mathematics teaching and learning.

So when I was invited to talk on teaching mathematics from a Christian perspective at a recent in-service day for high school teachers, I jumped at the chance.

I had recently coedited a volume of essays presenting a Christian perspective on mathematics (Howell and Bradley ). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages illustrations 24 cm: Contents: Part I. Evolution of mathematics education --The ancients versus the moderns: a new battle of the books / Morris Kline --The ancients versus the moderns: a reply / Albert E.

Meder --The second revolution in mathematics / Carl B. Allendoerfer --A second look at modern mathematics. semiotic embodied perspective and the historical and cultural roots of cognition. For many years he has been conducting classroom research with primary and high-school teachers about the teaching and learning of mathematics.

A Cultural-Historical Perspective on Mathematics Teaching and Learning Wolff-Michael Roth and Luis Radford A Cultural.

Different perspectives in research on the teaching and learning mathematical modelling 1 – Categorising the TSG21 papers * Morten Blomhøj. Differential equations as a tool for mathematical modelling in physics and mathematics courses – A study of high school textbooks and. the modelling processes of senior high students *.

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questions response role scoring selected skills social specific stage step subject matter suitable systematic taught teaching aids teaching mathematics teaching of Reviews: 1. For this book, the content is coming from a long-running blog. Each chapter is very short and about a particular feature of mathematics.

Mr. Strogatz’s writing style is very engaging. However Author: Ali Kayaspor.Teaching mathematics thematically: Teachers’ perspectives constitutes a movement from the concrete, “the every day world of things, problems, and applications of mathematics”, to.

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