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Uhlig, Frank – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2002

Describes how elementary linear algebra can be taught successfully while introducing students to the concept and practice of mathematical proof. Suggests exploring the concept of solvability of linear systems first via the row echelon form (REF). (Author/KHR)

Descriptors: Algebra, Concept Formation, Heuristics, Higher Education

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Van Schalkwijk, Louis; Bergen, Theo; Van Rooij, Arnoud – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2000

Reports on the development of a mathematics course in fractals and dynamic processes for volunteer students in the second phase of secondary education in the Netherlands. Presents findings on the correct way for teachers to coach students in investigations. (Author/MM)

Descriptors: Course Descriptions, Foreign Countries, Fractals, Investigations

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Shaffer, David Williamson; Kaput, James J. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1999

Argues that mathematics education in virtual culture should strive to give students generative fluency to learn varieties of representational systems, provide opportunities to create and modify representational forms, develop skill in making and exploring virtual environments, and emphasize mathematics as a fundamental way of making sense of the…

Descriptors: Cultural Influences, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Mathematics Education

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Anderson, Johnston – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1979

An account is given of the introduction of multiple-choice and other forms of objective testing into the assessment of a first-year university elementary analysis class. (MP)

Descriptors: Achievement, Calculus, College Mathematics, Evaluation Methods

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Levin, James A. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1981

A range of estimation techniques are described, and a series of mental computation procedures based on concepts of measurement and real numbers are presented in detail. (MP)

Descriptors: Arithmetic, Computation, Educational Change, Elementary Education

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Pirie, Susan E. B.; Martin, Lyndon – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1997

Presents the results of a case study which looked at the mathematics classroom of one teacher trying to teach mathematics with meaning to pupils or lower ability at the secondary level. Contrasts methods of teaching linear equations to a variety of ability levels and uses the Pirie-Kieren model to account for the successful growth in understanding…

Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Cognitive Ability, Demonstration Programs, Equations (Mathematics)

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Leron, Uri; Hazzan, Orit – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1997

Analyzes students' productions, taking affective and social factors into account. Uses the technique of virtual monologue to reproduce the student's voice in order to describe as vividly as possible what might be going on in the student's mind during such situations. (AIM)

Descriptors: Case Studies, Mathematical Aptitude, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Achievement

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Jones, Graham A.; And Others – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1997

Presents a framework for assessing probabilistic thinking based on validated data obtained from eight third grade children who served as case studies. Major constructs were sample space, probability of an event, probability comparisons, and conditional probability. Levels of thinking appear to agree with the levels of cognitive functioning…

Descriptors: Concept Formation, Elementary Education, Elementary School Mathematics, Evaluation

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Schmidt, Sylvine; Bednarz, Nadine – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1997

Discusses the difficulties observed in the transition from teaching arithmetic to teaching algebra. Future teachers (n=164) were questioned regarding to what extent they were able to shift back and forth between teaching methods within the context of problem solving. Interviews were conducted individually and in a dyad format. (AIM)

Descriptors: Algebra, Arithmetic, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Teachers

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Batanero, Carmen; And Others – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1997

Elementary combinatorial problems may be classified into three different combinatorial models: (1) selection; (2) partition; and (3) distribution. The main goal of this research was to determine the effect of the implicit combinatorial model on pupils' combinatorial reasoning before and after instruction. Gives an analysis of variance of the…

Descriptors: Learning Processes, Mathematical Applications, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematical Logic

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Freudenthal, Hans – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1993

Based on the premise that body experiences interfere inconveniently with scientific ideas in mechanics instruction. Suggests that learning processes start with body experiences and, with guidance, transform them into something scientific. Discusses this process for the static and kinetic aspects of force and for measurement. (MDH)

Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Concept Formation, Epistemology, Force

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Shillor, Irith; Egan, Bridget – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1993

The paper describes the details and use with primary school teachers of a problem-solving activity known as the King Alfred's College Maths Game. The game demonstrates to teachers that problem solving needs to be approached through structured learning experiences that provide material for reflection and questioning. (Author/MDH)

Descriptors: Educational Games, Elementary Education, Elementary School Teachers, Heuristics

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Gerdes, Paulus – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1988

Both industrialized and Third World countries see the need to "multi-culturalize" their mathematics curricula. Following a brief description of the drawing tradition of the Tchokwe people (Angola), some possible uses of their pictograms in the mathematics classroom are suggested. Examples given in this paper include the study of arithmetical…

Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Developing Nations, Foreign Countries, Geometric Concepts

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Rabijewska, Barbara; Trad, Mieczyslaw – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1985

The idea of mathematical camps for bright pupils is discussed. Some activities in such a camp include meetings with scientists, mathematical evenings, brain-teachers, semi-seminars, brainstorming, guiding texts, Olympian club, consultations, adventures, marches, and various games and competitions. These were evaluated by camp participants in…

Descriptors: Educational Games, Educational Research, Gifted, Learning Activities

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Selter, Christoph – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1998

Describes a teaching experiment in grade three based on (Adrian) Treffers' idea of vertical mathematization. Discusses the central components of the developed course. The teaching experiment is illustrated by means of children's own productions and put into broader context as contributing to the design science approach of mathematics education.…

Descriptors: Course Content, Course Descriptions, Foreign Countries, Grade 3

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