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ERIC Number: ED499418
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 277
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0771-100X
Proceedings of the Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (31st, Seoul, Korea, July 8-13, 2007). Volume 4
Woo, Jeong-Ho, Ed.; Lew, Hee-Chan, Ed.; Park, Kyo-Sik, Ed.; Seo, Dong-Yeop, Ed.
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
This fourth and final volume of the 31st annual proceedings of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education conference presents research reports for author surnames beginning Na- through Zod-. Reports include: (1) Mathematically Gifted Students' Problem Solving Approaches on Conditional Probability (GwiSoo Na, DaeHee Han, KyungHwa Lee, and SangHun Song); (2) Students Engaged in Proving--Participants in an Inquiry Process or Executers of a Predetermined Script? (Talli Nachlieli and Patricio Herbst); (3) Exploring the Idea of Curriculum Materials Supporting Teacher Knowledge (Jihwa Noh and Ok-Ki Kang); (4) What Is the Price of Topaze? (Jarmila Novotna and Alena Hospesova); (5) Designing Unit for Teaching Proportion Based on Cultural-Historical Activity Theory: Process of Symbolizing through Collective Discourse (Minoru Ohtani); (6) Prototype Phenomena and Common Cognitive Paths in the Understanding of the Inclusion Relations between Quadrilaterals in Japan and Scotland (Masakazu Okazaki and Taro Fujita); (7) A Study of Gender Differences in Language Used by Parents and Children Working on Mathematical Tasks (Melfried Olson, Judith Olson, and Claire Okazaki); (8) Students' Motivation and Achievement and Teachers' Practices in the Classroom (Marilena Pantziara and George Philippou); (9) Using a Multiplicative Approach to Construct Decimal Structure (Irit Peled, Ruth Meron, and Shelly Rota); (10) If You Don't Listen to the Teacher, You Won't Know What to Do: Voices of Pasifika Learners (Pamela Perger); (11) Fostering Generalization in Connecting Registers of Dynamic Geometry and Euclidean Constructions (Norma Presmeg, Jeff Barrett, and Sharon McCrone); (12) Addressing the Issue of the Mathematical Knowledge of Secondary Mathematics Teachers (Jerome Proulx); (13) Abduction in Pattern Generalization (F. D. Rivera and Joanne Rossi Becker); (14) An Activity for Development of the Understanding of the Concept of Limit (Kyeong Hah Roh); (15) Early Access to Algebraic Ideas: The Role of Representations and of the Mathematics of Variation (Teresa Ceballos Rojano and Elvia Maximo Perrusquia); (16) The Role of Cognitive Conflict in Belief Changes (Katrin Rolka, Bettina Rosken, and Peter Liljedahl); (17) Factors Affecting Seventh Graders' Cognitive Perceptions of Patterns Involving Constructive and Deconstructive Generalizations (Joanne Rossi Becker and F. D. Rivera); (18) Mathematically Gifted Students' Spatial Visualization Ability of Solid Figures (HyunAh Ryu, YeongOk Chong, and SangHun Song); (19) Genetic Approach to Teaching Geometry (Ildar S. Safuanov); (20) On Primary Teachers' Assessment of Pupils' Written Work in Mathematics (H. Sakonidis and A. Klothou); (21) Qualities Co-Valued in Effective Mathematics Lessons in Australia: Preliminary Findings (Wee Tiong Seah); (22) Resolving Cognitive Conflict with Peers--Is There a Difference between Two and Four? (Hagit Sela and Orit Zaslavsky); (23) Explicit Linking in the Sequence of Consecutive Lessons in Mathematics Classrooms in Japan (Yoshinori Shimizu); (24) On the Teaching Situation of Conceptual Change: Epistemological Considerations of Irrational Numbers (Yusuke Shinno); (25) Posing Problems with Use the "What If Not?" Strategy in NIM Game (SangHun Song, JaeHoon Yim, EunJu Shin, and HyangHoon Lee); (26) Embodied, Symbolic and Formal Aspects of Basic Linear Algebra Concepts (Sepideh Stewart and Michael O. J. Thomas); (27) The Application of Dual Coding Theory in Multi-Representational Virtual Mathematics Environments (Jennifer M. Suh and Patricia S. Moyer-Packenham); (28) Interactions between Teaching Norms of Teacher's Professional Community and Learning Norms of Classroom Communities (Wen-Huan Tsai); (29) Analysis of a Learning Case: Jasmine (Zelha Tunc-Pekkan); (30) Elementary Teachers' Linguistic Inventions and Semantic Warrants for Mathematical Inferences (Janet G. Walter and Christine Johnson); (31) How Do Mentors Decide: Intervening in Practice Teachers' Teaching of Mathematics or Not (Chih-Yeuan Wang and Chien Chin); (32) Exploring an Understanding of Equals as Quantitative Sameness with 5 Year Old Students (Elizabeth Warren); (33) Classroom Teaching Experiment: Eliciting Creative Mathematical Thinking (Gaye Williams); and (34) Is a Visual Example in Geometry Always Helpful? (Iris Zodik and Orit Zaslavsky). (Individual papers contain references.) [For other volumes in the series, see ED499416, ED499417, and ED499419.]
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.
Identifiers - Location: Australia; Japan; United Kingdom (Scotland)