**ERIC Number:**ED420498

**Record Type:**RIE

**Publication Date:**1993

**Pages:**82

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**ISBN:**ISBN-0-87353-360-7

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American Perspectives on the Seventh International Congress on Mathematical Education.

Dossey, John A., Ed.

This publication is a collection of papers portraying an American view of the happenings of the Seventh International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-7). Papers included: (1) "ICME-7 and Tertiary Level Mathematics: Une Petite Affaire" (Shirley Hill); (2) "Technology and Mathematics Education at ICME-7" (James T. Fey); (3) "Assessment in Mathematics Education Around the World" (Norman Webb); (4) "Poster Sessions: A Reflection of Work in Progress" (Bonnie Shulman); (5) "Just One More Computer, Please" (Jacqueline Mayo); (6) "The Impact of the Calculator on the Elementary School Curriculum: Reflections on ICME-7" (Betty K. Lichtenberg); (7) "Impressions of a Secondary School Teacher at ICME-7" (Arnold Perham); (8) "ICME-7, Quebec, Canada" (Richard Sander); (9) "Computers, Mathematics, and Learning: Notes from ICME-7" (Paul Zorn); (10) "Less Theory, More Action" (Florence E. Klimas); (11) "Assessing Gender Differences in Mathematics" (Denisse R. Thompson); (12) "Unity and Diversity: Some Observations on ICME-7" (Mark Saul); (13) "What Mathematics Is, Will Be, Should Be" (Richard A. Gibbs); (14) "Art and Mathematics at ICME-7" (Catalina Reyero); (15) "Impressions Regarding the Program of ICME-7" (Karen Sharp); (16) "Misconceptions" (Marilyn Mays); (17) "A Sampling of International Perspectives at ICME-7: We're All the Same, but Different" (Eric W. Hart); (17) "Personal Outcomes from ICME-7" (Bernadette H. Perham); (18) "Emergent Themes at ICME-7" (Diana V. Lambdin); (19) "Reflections on ICME-7" (Jerry P. Becker); (20) "My Fifth Dance at the ICME Balls" (Thomas J. Cooney); (21) "Mathematician, Mathematics Educator, Teacher: The Intersection Is Not Empty" (Genevieve M. Knight); (22) "ICME-7" (Arthur Johnson, II); (23) "Preservice and In-service Teacher Education" (Margaret Shoukry); (24) "ICME-7: Personal Reflections about Mathematics Education" (Vania Maria Pereira dos Santos); (25) "ICME-7 and Learning To Teach Mathematics" (Glenda Lappan); (26) "Reflections on ICME-7, the International Congress on Mathematical Education" (Sharon Crumpton); (27) "Cultural Diversity and Bonding in Mathematics" (Eileen L. Poiani); (28) "Innovative Assessment of Students in the Mathematics Classroom" (Winnie Miller); (29) "Assessing: The Distance from Research To Practice" (Patricia L. Duckhorn); (30) "ICME-7: An Assessment" (Evan B. Alderfer); (31)"Mathematics as Communication: A Universal Endeavor" (Frances R. Curcio); (32) "Mathematical Communication in the Classroom" (Marta Civil); (33) "Some Remarks on ICME-7" (Floyd L. Williams); (34) "My Diary of ICME-7" (Susan L. Ganter); (35) "ICME--Is It for Precollege Teachers?" (Cynthia Lanius); (36) "Mathematical Modeling in the Classroom" (Bart Braden); and (37) "Theories of Learning and the Theory and Practice of Proof" (Susanna Epp). (ASK)

Descriptors: Calculators, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Technology, Educational Theories, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation, Foreign Countries, Mathematics Education, Sex Differences, Teacher Education

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc., 1906 Association Drive, Reston, VA 22091-1593.

**Publication Type:**Collected Works - Proceedings

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**Language:**English

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**Authoring Institution:**National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc., Reston, VA.

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**Note:**Paper presented at the International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-7) (7th, Quebec City, Canada, August 17-23, 1992).