Clements, M.A. (Ken)

Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education

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Table of contents

1. From the Few to the Many: Historical Perspectives on Who Should Learn Mathematics
M. A. (Ken) Clements, Christine Keitel, Alan J. Bishop, Jeremy Kilpatrick, Frederick K. S. Leung

2. Theories for Studying Social, Political and Cultural Dimensions of Mathematics Education
Eva Jablonka, David Wagner, Margaret Walshaw

3. Understanding and Overcoming “Disadvantage” in Learning Mathematics
Lulu Healy, Arthur B. Powell

4. Beyond Deficit Models of Learning Mathematics: Socio-cultural Directions for Change and Research
Cristina Frade, Nadja Acioly-Régnier, Li Jun

5. Studying Learners in Intercultural Contexts
Yoshinori Shimizu, Gaye Williams

6. Learners in Transition Between Contexts
Tamsin Meaney, Troels Lange

7. Critical Perspectives on Adults’ Mathematics Education
Jeff Evans, Tine Wedege, Keiko Yasukawa

8. The Politics of Equity and Access in Teaching and Learning Mathematics
Neil A. Pateman, Chap Sam Lim

9. From Mathematics and Education, to Mathematics Education
Fulvia Furinghetti, José Manuel Matos, Marta Menghini

10. Theories in Mathematics Education: Some Developments and Ways Forward
Bharath Sriraman, Elena Nardi

11. Research Methods in Mathematics Teacher Education
Uwe Gellert, Rosa Becerra Hernández, Olive Chapman

12. Linking Research to Practice: Teachers as Key Stakeholders in Mathematics Education Research
Carolyn Kieran, Konrad Krainer, J. Michael Shaughnessy

13. Teachers Learning from Teachers
Allan Leslie White, Barbara Jaworski, Cecilia Agudelo-Valderrama, Zahra Gooya

14. Developing Mathematics Educators
Jarmila Novotná, Claire Margolinas, Bernard Sarrazy

15. Institutional Contexts for Research in Mathematics Education
Tony Brown, David Clarke

16. Policy Implications of Developing Mathematics Education Research
Celia Hoyles, Joan Ferrini-Mundy

17. From the Slate to the Web: Technology in the Mathematics Curriculum
David Lindsay Roberts, Allen Yuk Lun Leung, Abigail Fregni Lins

18. Modelling with Mathematics and Technologies
Julian Williams, Merrilyn Goos

19. Technology and the Role of Proof: The Case of Dynamic Geometry
Nathalie Sinclair, Ornella Robutti

20. How Might Computer Algebra Systems Change the Role of Algebra in the School Curriculum?
M. Kathleen Heid, Michael O. J. Thomas, Rose Mary Zbiek

21. Technology for Enhancing Statistical Reasoning at the School Level
Rolf Biehler, Dani Ben-Zvi, Arthur Bakker, Katie Makar

22. Learning with the Use of the Internet
Marcelo C. Borba, Philip Clarkson, George Gadanidis

23. Technology and Assessment in Mathematics
Kaye Stacey, Dylan Wiliam

24. Technology-Driven Developments and Policy Implications for Mathematics Education
L. Trouche, P. Drijvers, G. Gueudet, A. I. Sacristán

25. From the Local to the International in Mathematics Education
Alexander Karp

26. International Collaborative Studies in Mathematics Education
Parmjit Singh, Nerida F. Ellerton

27. Influence of International Studies of Student Achievement on Mathematics Teaching and Learning
Vilma Mesa, Pedro Gómez, Ui Hock Cheah

28. International Organizations in Mathematics Education
Bernard R. Hodgson, Leo F. Rogers, Stephen Lerman, Suat Khoh Lim-Teo

29. Toward an International Mathematics Curriculum
Jinfa Cai, Geoffrey Howson

30. Methods for Studying Mathematics Teaching and Learning Internationally
Mogens Niss, Jonas Emanuelsson, Peter Nyström

31. Implications of International Studies for National and Local Policy in Mathematics Education
John A. Dossey, Margaret L. Wu

Keywords: Education, Mathematics, general, Educational Policy and Politics, Social Sciences, general, Educational Psychology, Educational Philosophy, International and Comparative Education

Publication year
Springer International Handbooks of Education
Page amount
16 pages
Upbringing, Education

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