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Csíkos, Csaba – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
The focus of this study is the relationship between students' performance in mental calculation and the strategies they use when solving three-digit mental addition problems. The sample comprises 78 4th grade students (40 boys and 38 girls). Their mean age was 10 years and 4 months. The main novelties of the current research include (1)…
Descriptors: Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary School Students, Addition, Mental Computation
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Frejd, Peter; Bergsten, Christer – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
Educational research literature on mathematical modelling is extensive. However, not much attention has been paid to empirical investigations of its scholarly knowledge from the perspective of didactic transposition processes. This paper reports from an interview study of mathematical modelling activities involving nine professional model…
Descriptors: Mathematical Models, Mathematics Activities, Interviews, Professional Personnel
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de Freitas, Elizabeth – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
This paper contributes to research on the material dimensions of teaching and learning mathematics, arguing that perception is not sensory integration or synthesis of multi-modal information, but rather a speculative investment in specific material encounters. This approach entails sociopolitical consequences for how we work with dis/ability in…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Visual Perception, Human Body, Visualization
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Lockwood, Elise; Gibson, Bryan R. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
Although counting problems are easy to state and provide rich, accessible problem-solving situations, there is much evidence that students struggle with solving counting problems correctly. With combinatorics (and the study of counting problems) becoming increasingly prevalent in K-12 and undergraduate curricula, there is a need for researchers to…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Mathematics Instruction, Problem Solving, Mathematics Skills
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Weinberg, Aaron; Wiesner, Emilie; Fukawa-Connelly, Tim – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
Although lecture is the traditional method of university mathematics instruction, there has been little empirical research that describes the general structure of lectures. In this paper, we adapt ideas from narrative analysis and apply them to an upper-level mathematics lecture. We develop a framework that enables us to conceptualize the lecture…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Lecture Method, Narration, Teaching Methods
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Scheiner, Thorsten – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
The initial assumption of this article is that there is an overemphasis on abstraction-from-actions theoretical approaches in research on knowing and learning mathematics. This article uses a critical reflection on research on students' ways of constructing mathematical concepts to distinguish between abstraction-from-actions theoretical…
Descriptors: Mathematical Concepts, Learning Processes, Mathematics Skills, Abstract Reasoning
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Kidron, Ivy – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
A theoretical reflection on epistemology is presented. The important role of epistemological analysis in research in mathematics education is discussed. I analyze the epistemological evolution as a consequence of the changes in the mathematical culture and demonstrate how the epistemological analysis is tightly linked to the cultural dimension.…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Mathematics Education, Educational Research, Cultural Influences
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Voutsina, Chronoula – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
Empirical research has documented how children's early counting develops into an increasingly abstract process, and initial counting procedures are reified as children develop and use more sophisticated counting. In this development, the learning of different oral counting sequences that allow children to count in steps bigger than one is seen as…
Descriptors: Computation, Young Children, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Education
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Hackenberg, Amy J.; Lee, Mi Yeon – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
To understand relationships between students' quantitative reasoning with fractions and their algebraic reasoning, a clinical interview study was conducted with 18 middle and high school students. The study included six students with each of three different multiplicative concepts, which are based on how students create and coordinate composite…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Logic, Fractions, Algebra
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Kontorovich, Igor'; Zazkis, Rina – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
This study is concerned with tensions between the two different perspectives on the concept of angle: angle as a static shape and angle as a dynamic turn. The goal of the study is to explore how teachers cope with these tensions. We analyze scripts of 16 in-service secondary mathematics teachers, which feature a dialogue between a teacher and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Concepts, Secondary School Mathematics, Secondary School Teachers
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Zazkis, Dov; Weber, Keith; Mejía-Ramos, Juan Pablo – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
We examine a commonly suggested proof construction strategy from the mathematics education literature--that students first produce a graphical argument and then work to construct a verbal-symbolic proof based on that graphical argument. The work of students who produce such graphical arguments when solving proof construction tasks was analyzed to…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Logic, Validity, Persuasive Discourse
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Simon, Martin A.; Kara, Melike; Placa, Nicora; Sandir, Hakan – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
Reversibility of concepts, a key aspect of mathematical development, is often problematic for learners. In this theoretical paper, we present a typology we have developed for categorizing the different reverse concepts that can be related to a particular initial concept and explicate the relationship among these different reverse concepts. We…
Descriptors: Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Instruction, Classification, Concept Formation
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Metaxas, N.; Potari, D.; Zachariades, T. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
In this article, we elaborate methodologies to study the argumentation speech of a teacher involved in argumentative activities. The standard tool of analysis of teachers' argumentation concerning pedagogical matters is Toulmin's model. The theory of argumentation schemes offers an alternative perspective on the analysis of arguments. We propose…
Descriptors: Persuasive Discourse, Discourse Analysis, Graduate Students, Hypothesis Testing
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Lee, Ji-Eun; Kim, Kyoung-Tae – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
This study aimed to explore pre-service elementary teachers' (PSTs') conceptions of effective teacher talk in mathematics instruction, which were interpreted primarily based on the concept of communicative approach. This was accomplished through a task that involves analyzing and evaluating a sample teacher-student dialogue. This study…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Student Relationship, Teacher Effectiveness
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Fernández-Plaza, José Antonio; Simpson, Adrian – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2016
In many mathematics curricula, the notion of limit is introduced three times: the limit of a sequence, the limit of a function at a point and the limit of a function at infinity. Despite the use of very similar symbols, few connections between these notions are made explicitly and few papers in the large literature on student understanding of…
Descriptors: Concept Teaching, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Curriculum, Symbols (Mathematics)
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