Thinking Mathematically

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  • Author : John Mason
  • Publisher : Pearson P T R
  • Pages : 229 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
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Thinking Mathematically

Thinking Mathematically
  • Author : John Mason,Leone Burton,Kaye Stacey
  • Publisher : Pearson P T R
  • Release : 04 October 1982
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Thinking Mathematically unfolds the processes which lie at the heart of mathematics. It demonstrates how to encourage, develop, and foster the processes which seem to come naturally to mathematicians. In this way, a deep seated awareness of the nature of mathematical thinking can grow. The book is increasingly used to provide students at a tertiary level with some experience of mathematical thinking processes.

How Humans Learn to Think Mathematically

How Humans Learn to Think Mathematically
  • Author : David Tall
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 02 September 2013
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How Humans Learn to Think Mathematically describes the development of mathematical thinking from the young child to the sophisticated adult. Professor David Tall reveals the reasons why mathematical concepts that make sense in one context may become problematic in another. For example, a child's experience of whole number arithmetic successively affects subsequent understanding of fractions, negative numbers, algebra, and the introduction of definitions and proof. Tall's explanations for these developments are accessible to a general audience while encouraging specialists to

Mathematical Thinking

Mathematical Thinking
  • Author : Masami Isoda,Shigeo Katagiri
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 04 October 2022
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Developing mathematical thinking is one of major aims of mathematics education. In mathematics education research, there are a number of researches which describe what it is and how we can observe in experimental research. However, teachers have difficulties developing it in the classrooms. This book is the result of lesson studies over the past 50 years. It describes three perspectives of mathematical thinking: Mathematical Attitude (Minds set), Mathematical Methods in General and Mathematical Ideas with Content and explains how to develop

Advanced Mathematical Thinking

Advanced Mathematical Thinking
  • Author : David Tall
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 11 April 2006
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This book is the first major study of advanced mathematical thinking as performed by mathematicians and taught to students in senior high school and university. Topics covered include the psychology of advanced mathematical thinking, the processes involved, mathematical creativity, proof, the role of definitions, symbols, and reflective abstraction. It is highly appropriate for the college professor in mathematics or the general mathematics educator.

Collaborating to Meet Language Challenges in Indigenous Mathematics Classrooms

Collaborating to Meet Language Challenges in Indigenous Mathematics Classrooms
  • Author : Tamsin Meaney,Tony Trinick,Uenuku Fairhall
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 03 October 2011
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Language can be simultaneously both a support and a hindrance to students’ learning of mathematics. When students have sufficient fluency in the mathematics register so that they can discuss their ideas, they become chiefs who are able to think mathematically. However, learning the mathematics register of an Indigenous language is not a simple exercise and involves many challenges not only for students, but also for their teachers and the wider community. Collaborating to Meet Language Challenges in Indigenous Mathematics Classrooms

Mathematizing Student Thinking

Mathematizing Student Thinking
  • Author : David Costello
  • Publisher : Pembroke Publishers Limited
  • Release : 20 April 2022
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How can you broaden student thinking and help them develop their independence and confidence as problem solvers? Real-life problems are a remarkable tool to stretch student thinking and help them develop a deeper understanding of mathematics and its role in everyday life. Rather than using textbook exercises, the book argues that solving real-world problems promotes flexibility and encourages students to adjust and grow their thinking. It inspires them to consider alternatives and apply math in authentic contexts. You will find

How I Wish I Had Taught Maths

How I Wish I Had Taught Maths
  • Author : Craig Barton
  • Publisher : John Catt Educational
  • Release : 01 January 2018
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"e;I genuinely believe I have never taught mathematics better, and my students have never learned more. I just wish I had known all of this twelve years ago."e;Craig Barton is one of the UK's most respected teachers of mathematics. In his remarkable new book, he explains how he has delved into the world of academic research and emerged with a range of simple, practical, effective strategies that anyone can employ to save time and energy and have

Mathematics Education

Mathematics Education
  • Author : Lyn D. English,Graeme S. Halford
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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To define better techniques of mathematics education, this book combines a knowledge of cognitive science with mathematics curriculum theory and research. The concept of the human reasoning process has been changed fundamentally by cognitive science in the last two decades. The role of memory retrieval, domain-specific and domain-general skills, analogy, and mental models is better understood now than previously. The authors believe that cognitive science provides the most accurate account thus far of the actual processes that people use in

Mathematics Education for a New Era

Mathematics Education for a New Era
  • Author : Keith Devlin
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 25 February 2011
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Stanford mathematician and NPR Math Guy Keith Devlin explains why, fun aside, video games are the ideal medium to teach middle-school math. Aimed primarily at teachers and education researchers, but also of interest to game developers who want to produce videogames for mathematics education, Mathematics Education for a New Era: Video Games as a Medium for Learning describes exactly what is involved in designing and producing successful math educational videogames that foster the innovative mathematical thinking skills necessary for success

Fundamental Constructs in Mathematics Education

Fundamental Constructs in Mathematics Education
  • Author : Sue Johnston-Wilder,John Mason
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 22 January 2004
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Fundamental Constructs in Mathematics Education is a unique sourcebook crafted from classic texts, research papers and books in mathematics education. Linked together by the editors' narrative, the book provides a fascinating examination of, and insight into, key constructs in mathematics education and how they link together. The choice of constructs is based on (some of) the many constructs which have proved fruitful in research and which have informed choices made by teachers. The book is divided into two parts: learning