ERIC Number: ED419711
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
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Proceedings of the Nordic Conference on Mathematics Teaching (NORMA-94) Lahti 1994. Research Report 141.
Pehkonen, Erkki, Ed.
This report contains papers from the Nordic Conference on Mathematics Teaching (NORMA-94). The first three papers are plenary talks aimed at giving the participants an opportunity to form a coherent view of the new theories of learning. The themes of the paper sessions addressed a variety of topics on different levels from elementary school to university. There were also workshops in which the practical solutions of teaching were discussed in detail. Poster sessions gave other insights into teaching practice. Papers include: (1) "The Use of Concrete Material as a Means To Support the Learning of Mathematics" (Joop van Dormolen); (2) "Constructing Mathematics, Learning and Teaching" (Barbara Jaworski); (3) "Constructive Teaching in Mathematics" (Jarkko Leino); (4) "Control Activities at Problem Solving" (Andras Ambrus); (5) "Interactive Exercises as a Part of Mathematical Hypermedia" (Kostadin Antchev, Seppo Pohjolainen, and Jari Multisilta); (6) "Assessment in Mathematics from a Social Constructivist Viewpoint" (Ole Bjorkqvist); (7) "Responsibility for Own Learning in Mathematics" (Trygve Breiteig); (8) "A Comparison of School Leaving Math Exams" (Gard Brekke and Algirdas Zabulionis); (8) "The General Education of Children in Mathematics Lessons" (Gunter Graumann); (9) "Gender and Mathematics Education. Theory into Practice" (Barbro Grevholm); (10) "The Geometry behind the Cupola of the Cathedral of Florence" (Ivan Tafteberg Jakobsen); (11) "Theory into Practice of Teaching Mathematics" (Tunde Kantor); (12) "A Heuristic Alternative To Formalistic Teaching in School Geometry: Theoretical Scrutiny" (Tapio Keranto); (13) "DiffEqLab A MATLAB Based Package for Studying Ordinary Differential Equations" (Simo K. Kivela); (14) "Structural Teaching" (Ricardas Kudzma); (15) "Mathematics Teachers' Beliefs and Conceptions of Mathematics Education" (Pekka Kupari); (16) "Learning and Teaching Geometry" (Frantisek Kurina); (17) "On Mathematical Education--Content, Meaning and Application" (Anna Lothman); (18) "Study on Affective Factors in Mathematics Learning" (Marja-Liisa Malmivuori); (19) "Teaching Geometry, A Constructivist Approach" (Hartwig Meissner); (20) "Five Fingers on One Hand and Ten on the Other: The Teacher as a Mediator in Interactive, Playful Teaching" (Dagmar Neuman); (21) "The 1994 Finnish Summer Math Camp and The Edutech Mathematics and Physics Enrichment Programme for Gifted High Schoolers 1993-1995" (Kullervo Nieminen and Robert Piche); (22) "On the Role of the Hypermedia in Mathematics Education" (Seppo Pohjolainen, Jari Multisilta, and Kostadin Antchev); (23) "Some New Geometrical Ideas in Teaching Mathematics" (Maido Rahula and Kaarin Riives); (24) "New Components for the Study and Evaluation of Mathematics" (Maarit Rossi); (25) "The Use of Computers in Mathematics" (Rui J.B. Soares); (26) "Calculus and General Secondary Education" (Vitaly. V. Tsuckerman); (27) "Factors for Change in Teachers' Conceptions about Mathematics" (Gunter Torner); (28) "Teaching of Measurements--Experiences from Primary Teacher Education" (Maija Ahtee and Hellevi Putkonen); (29) "The Use of Concrete Material as a Means To Support the Learning of Mathematics" (Joop van Dormolen); (30) "Symmetry in Primary School" (Gunter Graumann); (31) "Computer Based Geometric Ideas for Construction of Mathematics" (Lenni Haapasalo and Roland J.K. Stowasser); (32) "Hypermedia as Motivation Medium in Mathematics Learning" (Anna Loimulahti); (33) "Open Approach To Mathematics in Lower Secondary Level" (Erkki Pehkonen); (34) "Verbal Arithmetical Problems in Exercise Books Printed for Children" (Zbigniew Semadeni); (35) "Mathematical Activities for High School Students in Estonia" (Elts Abel); (36) "Economical Problems as the Contexts for Constructivist Approach To School Mathematics" (Juri Afanasjev); and (37) "Teaching Geometry in the Czech Republic" (Frantisek Kurina). (ASK)
Descriptors: Calculus, Constructivism (Learning), Educational Assessment, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Foreign Countries, Geometry, Higher Education, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Instruction, Microcomputers, Problem Solving, Teacher Attitudes
University of Helsinki, Dept. of Teacher Education, P.O. Box 38 (Ratakatu 6A), Helsinki 00014, Finland.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Authoring Institution: Helsinki Univ., (Finland). Dept. of Teacher Education.