Matem Tica Educativa

Author: Crisólogo Dolores
Publisher: Ediciones Díaz de Santos
ISBN: 8479787864
Size: 73.10 MB
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Para escribir este libro, los editores convocaron a diversos colegas de la comunidad mexicana de investigadores de Matemática Educativa para proponer escritos que persiguieran el objetivo de introducir al lector a la complejidad de laproblemática que atiende la Matemática Educativa. El método sugerido fue partir de la experiencia cotidiana del profesor, para de ahí llevarlo a una reflexión sistemática producto de la investigación en donde son incluidas propuestaspara utilizarse en el aula.INDICE RESUMIDO: La integral definida: un enfoque socioepistemológico. Rediseño del Cálculo Integral escolar fundamentado en la predicción. Lo periódico: una revisión en el marco de la Socioepistemología. Un estudio didáctico relativoa la noción de convergencia. Sobre la naturaleza y los significados de los exponentes. La derivada y el Cálculo. Visualización y generalizaciones: el casode la determinación de lugares geométricos.etc

The Disciplined Mind

Author: Howard Gardner
Size: 47.22 MB
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Explores the nature of learning and argues that education should promote an understanding of the physical, biological, and social worlds from a personal as well as social and cultural perspective

On The Teaching Of Linear Algebra

Author: J.-L. Dorier
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306472244
Size: 73.45 MB
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This book presents the state-of-the-art research on the teaching and learning of linear algebra in the first year of university, in an international perspective. It provides university teachers in charge of linear algebra courses with a wide range of information from works including theoretical and experimental issues.

Educational Algebra

Author: Eugenio Filloy
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387712542
Size: 30.22 MB
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This book takes a theoretical perspective on the study of school algebra, in which both semiotics and history occur. The Methodological design allows for the interpretation of specific phenomena and the inclusion of evidence not addressed in more general treatments. The book gives priority to "meaning in use" over "formal meaning". These approaches and others of similar nature lead to a focus on competence rather than a user’s activity with mathematical language.

Power And Politics In Education

Author: David Dawkins
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781850008897
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While this book was being compiled, there was a Federal election in Australia. The campaign run by the parties bore out what many of the contributors to this book were arguing: namely, that the rhetoric and promotion allows little time for detailed information.

Handbook Of International Research In Mathematics Education

Author: Lyn D. English
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134626711
Size: 55.23 MB
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This third edition of the Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education provides a comprehensive overview of the most recent theoretical and practical developments in the field of mathematics education. Authored by an array of internationally recognized scholars and edited by Lyn English and David Kirshner, this collection brings together overviews and advances in mathematics education research spanning established and emerging topics, diverse workplace and school environments, and globally representative research priorities. New perspectives are presented on a range of critical topics including embodied learning, the theory-practice divide, new developments in the early years, educating future mathematics education professors, problem solving in a 21st century curriculum, culture and mathematics learning, complex systems, critical analysis of design-based research, multimodal technologies, and e-textbooks. Comprised of 12 revised and 17 new chapters, this edition extends the Handbook’s original themes for international research in mathematics education and remains in the process a definitive resource for the field.

International Handbook Of Giftedness And Talent

Author: K. A. Heller
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080544168
Size: 64.69 MB
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The first edition of this popular reference work was published in 1993 and received critical acclaim for its achievement in bringing together international perspectives on research and development in giftedness and talent. Scholars welcomed it as the first comprehensive volume in the field and it has proved to be an indispensable resource to researchers. Since the first edition, the scholarly field of giftedness and talent studies has expanded and developed, welcoming contributions from researchers in related disciplines. Several theoretical frameworks outlined in the first edition have now been empirically tested and a number of new trends have emerged. The Second Edition of the International Handbook of Giftedness and Talent provides an invaluable research tool to academics, researchers and students interested in the field of giftedness and talent. The contributors are renowned in the field and the broad range of topics on giftedness that have been studied in the past century, right up to the late 1990s, are represented in this volume. It is truly international in scope, bringing together leading scholars and teachers from all around the world. This new edition has been fully updated and rewritten and includes 22 completely new chapters. It provides a comprehensive review and critical synthesis of significant theory; a unique cross-national perspective with contributions from over 100 distinguished authors covering 24 nations; significant contributions from scholars working in related fields; an increased focus on empirically supported scholarship; and is arranged for quick and easy reference with comprehensive subject and author indexes.

Posing And Solving Mathematical Problems

Author: Patricio Felmer
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319280236
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This book collects recent research on posing and solving mathematical problems. Rather than treating these two crucial aspects of school mathematics as separate areas of study, the authors approach them as a unit where both areas are measured on equal grounds in relation to each other. The contributors are from a vast variety of countries and with a wide range of experience; it includes the work from many of the leading researchers in the area and an important number of young researchers. The book is divided in three parts, one directed to new research perspectives and the other two directed to teachers and students, respectively.

Intuition In Science And Mathematics

Author: H. Fischbein
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0306472376
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In writing the present book I have had in mind the following objectives: - To propose a theoretical, comprehensive view of the domain of intuition. - To identify and organize the experimental findings related to intuition scattered in a wide variety of research contexts. - To reveal the educational implications of the idea, developed for science and mathematics education. Most of the existing monographs in the field of intuition are mainly concerned with theoretical debates - definitions, philosophical attitudes, historical considerations. (See, especially the works of Wild (1938), of Bunge (1 962) and of Noddings and Shore (1 984).) A notable exception is the book by Westcott (1968), which combines theoretical analyses with the author’s own experimental studies. But, so far, no attempt has been made to identify systematically those findings, spread throughout the research literature, which could contribute to the deciphering of the mechanisms of intuition. Very often the relevant studies do not refer explicitly to intuition. Even when this term is used it occurs, usually, as a self-evident, common sense term.