ERIC Number: ED427969
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Proceedings of the Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (22nd, Stellenbosch, South Africa, July 12-17, 1998.) Volume 1.
Olivier, Alwyn, Ed.; Newstead, Karen, Ed.
The first volume of this proceedings contains an introduction and the plenary, research forum, working group, and discussion group papers. Papers include: (1) "Resources as a Verb: Recontextualizing Resources in and for School Mathematics" (Jill Adler); (2) "Markets and Standards: The Politics of Education in a Conservative Age" (Michael Apple); (3) "Analyzing the Mathematical Learning of the Classroom Community: The Case of Statistical Data Analysis" (Paul Cobb); (4) "The Production of Artifacts as Goal for School Mathematics?" (Cyril Julie); (5) "A Moment in the Zoom of a Lens: Towards a Discursive Psychology of Mathematics Teaching and Learning" (Stephen Lerman); (6) "Diversity and Change in Mathematics Teacher Education" (Chris Breen); (7) "Pilot In-Service Mathematics Teacher Project" (Barbara Jaworski); (8) "Talking Math: Proposal for School Change" (Lena Licon Khisty); (9) "The CAPE Project--Constructing Activities for Peer-Education" (Konrad Krainer); (10) "Reflecting on Mathematics Learning In and Out-of-School from a Cultural Psychology Perspective" (Guida de Abreu); (11) "Reflections on Mathematics Learning and Teaching: Implications of Cultural Perspectives" (Philip C. Clarkson); (12) "A Semiotic Analysis of Students' Own Cultural Mathematics" (Norma Presmeg); (13) "Linking Students' Own Cultural Mathematics and Academic Mathematics" (Marta Civil); (14) "Developing Chains of Signifiers: A New Tool for Teachers?" (Kathryn C. Irwin); (15) "Learning through Problem Solving" (Hanlie Murray, Alwyn Olivier, and Piet Human); (16) "Learning through Problem Solving" (Anne Reynolds); (17) "Supporting Students' Construction of Increasingly Sophisticated Ways of Reasoning through Problem Solving" (Koeno Gravemejier, Kay McClain, and Michelle Stephan); (18) "Supporting Students' Reasoning through Problem Solving--Implications for Classroom Practice" (Susie Groves); (19) "Building the Meaning of Statistical Association through Data Analysis Activities" (Carmen Batanero, Juan D. Godino, and Antonio Estepa); (20) "Building the Meaning of Statistical Association through Data Analysis Activities" (Michael Glencross); (21) "Graphing as a Computer-Mediated Tool" (Janet Ainley, Elena Nardi, and Dave Pratt); (22) "Symbol-Use, Fusion, and Logical Necessity: On the Significance of Children's Graphing" (Ricardo Nemirovsky); (23) "Advanced Mathematical Thinking" (David Reid); (24) "Algebra: Epistemology, Cognition and New Technologies" (Jean-Philippe Drouhard, Alan Bell, and Sonia Ursini); (25) "Classroom Research" (Donald Cudmore and Lyn English); (26) "Cultural Aspects in the Learning of Mathematics" (Nomma Presmeg, Marta Civil, Judit Moschkovich, and Phil Clarkson); (27) "Geometry" (Maria Alessandra Mariotti and Ana Mesquita); (28) "Research on the Psychology of Mathematics Teacher Development" (Andrea Peter-Koop and Vania Santos-Wagner); (29) "Research in the Social Aspects of Mathematics Education" (Jo Boaler and Paola Valero); (30) "The Teaching and Learning of Stochastics" (John Truran, Kath Truran, and Carmen Batanero); (31) "Understanding of Multiplicative Concepts" (Tom Cooper and Tad Watanabe); (32) "Embodiment, Enactivism and Mathematics Education" (Rafael Nunes, Lawrie Edwards, Joao Filipe Matos, and Stephen Campbell); (33) "Learning and Teaching Number Theory" (Stephen Campbell and Rina Zazkis); (34) "Under-Represented Countries in PME: National Mathematics Education Research Communities and Priorities" (Paola Valero, Bernadette Denys, Renuka Vithal, and Pedro Gomez); (35) "Frameworks for Research on Open-ended Mathematical Tasks" (Peter Sullivan and Shukkan Susan Leung); and (36) "Exploring Different Ways of Working with Videotape in Research and Inservice Work" (Susan Pirie and Chris Breen). (ASK)
Descriptors: Algebra, Beliefs, Cultural Influences, Data Processing, Educational Change, Educational Research, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Fractions, Functions (Mathematics), Geometry, Knowledge Base for Teaching, Learning Theories, Mathematics Education, Number Concepts, Problem Solving, Proof (Mathematics), Social Influences, Spatial Ability, Statistics, Student Attitudes, Teacher Education, Thinking Skills
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.
Note: For volumes 2-4, see SE 062 272-274; for the 1998 conference see ED 416 082-085.