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Research in Mathematics Education in Australasia

Hlen Forgasz, Anastasios Barkatsas, Alan Bishop et al, editors
Publisher: 
Sense Publishers
Publication Date: 
2008
Number of Pages: 
356
Format: 
Paperback
Series: 
New Directions in Mathematics and Science Education 12
Price: 
49.00
ISBN: 
9789087904999
Category: 
Proceedings
We do not plan to review this book.

1 Introduction
Helen Forgasz, Tasos Barkatsas, Alan Bishop, Barbara Clarke,

Stephen Keast, Wee Tiong Seah, & Peter Sullivan

2 Reflections on the MERGA research review 2000-2003
Carmel Diezmann, Glenda Anthony, & Bob Perry

3 The development of young children’s mathematical understanding
Bob Perry, Jenny Young-Loveridge, Sue Dockett, & Brian Doig

4 Learning mathematics in the middle years
Allan L. White

5 University learners of mathematics
Leigh Wood

6 Adults returning to study mathematics
Linda Galligan & Janet A. Taylor

7 Mathematics education and Indigenous students
Tamsin Meaney, Colleen McMurchy-Pilkington, & Tony Trinick

8 Research into the teaching and learning of applications and modelling in Australasia
Gloria Stillman, Jill Brown, & Peter Galbraith

9 Teaching and learning with technology: Realising the potential
Mike Thomas & Mohan Chinnappan

10 Characteristics of effective pedagogy for mathematics education
Glenda Anthony & Margaret Walshaw

11 Sociocultural perspectives in mathematics teaching and learning
Wee Tiong Seah, Bill Atweh, Philip Clarkson, & Nerida Ellerton

12 The affective domain and mathematics education
Peter Grootenboer, Gregor Lomas, & Naomi Ingram

13 Gender and mathematics: Theoretical frameworks and findings
Colleen Vale & Hannah Bartholomew

14 Research on the pre-service education of teachers of mathematics
Merrilyn Goos, Tracey Smith, & Steve Thornton

15 Teachers as learners: Building knowledge in and through the practice of teaching mathematics
Judy Anderson, Janette Bobis, & Jenni Way

16 Australasian mathematics education research 2004–2007: An overview
M. A. (Ken) Clements

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