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Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education

Edited by: Lyn D. English , Maria Bartolini Bussi , Graham A. Jones , Richard A. Lesh , Bharath Sriraman , Dina Tirosh

Print publication date:  June  2008
Online publication date:  April  2010

Print ISBN: 9780805858754
eBook ISBN: 9780203930236
Adobe ISBN: 9781135192761

10.4324/9780203930236
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The second edition continues the mission of bringing together important new mathematics education research that makes a difference in both theory and practice. It updates and extends the Handbook’s original key themes and issues for international research in mathematics education for the 21st century, namely:

  • priorities in international mathematics education research
  • lifelong democratic access to powerful mathematical ideas
  • advances in research methodologies
  • influences of advanced technologies.

Each of these themes is examined in terms of learners, teachers, and learning contexts, with theory development being an important component of all these aspects. This edition also examines other catalysts that have gained increased import in recent years including a stronger focus on the teacher and teacher practice, a renewed interest in theory development, an increased focus on the mathematics needed in work place settings, and a proliferation of research designs and methodologies that have provided unprecedented opportunities for investigating (and ultimately improving) mathematical teaching and learning. This edition includes ten totally new chapters; all other chapters are thoroughly revised and updated.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Setting an agenda for international research in mathematics education Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Looking throughout the world for democratic access to mathematics Download PDF
Chapter  3:  On the purpose of mathematics education research Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Technology and mathematics education Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Young children’s 1 access to powerful mathematical ideas Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Elementary students’ access to powerful mathematical ideas Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Mathematics learning in the middle school/junior secondary school Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Advanced mathematical thinking and the role of mathematical structure Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Perspectives on representation in mathematical learning and problem solving Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Teacher knowledge and understanding of students’ mathematical learning and thinking Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Preservice mathematics teachers’ knowledge and development Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Developing mastery of natural language Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Still separate, still unequal Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Democratic access and use of powerful mathematics in an emerging country Download PDF
Chapter  15:  From mathematics learning out-of-school to multicultural classrooms Download PDF
Chapter  16:  The complexities of change Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Democratic access to powerful mathematical ideas Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Culture and cognition Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Research methods in (mathematics) education Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Design research Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The complex interplay between theory in mathematics education and teachers’ practice Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Linking researching with teaching Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Linking research and curriculum development Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Contrasts and oblique connections between historical conceptual developments and classroom learning in mathematics 1  Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Political union/mathematics educational disunion Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Developing new notations for a learnable mathematics in the computational era Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Framing the embodied mind approach within a multimodal paradigm Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Semiotic mediation in the mathematics classroom Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Computerized environments in mathematics classrooms Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Technology and curriculum design Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Using Activity Theory to study the relationship between technology and the learning environment in the arithmetic domain Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Moving forward in international mathematics education research Download PDF
Subject_Index Download PDF
Author_Index Download PDF
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