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Research in Mathematical Education
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Volume 9, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 9, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 9, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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The Main Problems of Internal Professional Structure of Mathematics Teachers in Middle Schools
Li Miao ; Yu Ping ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 97~113
Investigating mathematics teachers in middle schools by questionnaire and interview, we find some problems of internal professional structure of mathematics teachers in middle schools. These are reflected in five aspects: professional theory, professional knowledge, professional ability, professional morality, reflection and innovative consciousness.
Analyzing the Power Relationships in Mathematics Classroom
Zhang Xiaogui ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 115~124
Traditional mathematics education research is based on mathematics and psychology, but its function is limited. In the end of the 1980's, the social research of mathematics education appeared. The research views are from sociology, anthropology, and cultural psychology, and then it is an exterior research. The social research considers the relations, power, situation, context, etc. This paper analyzes the power relationship in mathematics classroom. Firstly, the power is defined. The meaning of the power is the foundation of this paper. Secondly, the power relationships in mathematics classroom are analyzed. The traditional mathematics classroom and collaborative learning classroom are considered. Thirdly, the paper analyzes the power resources and finds the some important factors that affect the power distribution.
Student Conceptual Understanding and Application on Algebra-problem-based Curricula
Lee, Kwang-Ho ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 125~133
This paper investigates student conceptual understanding and application on algebra using problem-based curricula. Seven principles which National Research Council announced were considered because these seven principles all involved in the development of a deep conceptual understanding. A problem-based curriculum itself provides a significant contribution to improving student learning. A problem-based curriculum encourages students to obtain a more conceptual understanding in algebra. From the results the national curriculum developers in Korea consider the problem-based curriculum.
Construction of Further Education Curricula System for Math Teachers of Senior High Schools
He Xiaoya ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 135~151
Further education for teachers is required for reforms of elementary education curricula and their career development. Principles of relevance, selectivity and hierarchy should be followed in the construction of further education curricula system for math teachers of senior high school. The following curricula should be included in the system: A. moral elevation and idea renewal curricula; B. theoretic curricula on math education; C. curricula on math education design; D. curricula on math education research; E. curricula on modern educational technology; F. curricula on knowledge renewal and extension
Bianshi Problem as the Bridge from 'Entering the Way' to 'Transcending the Way'!: The Cultural Characteristic of Bianshi Problem in Chinese Math Education
Sun Xuhua ; Wong Ngai-Ying ; Lam Chi-chung ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 153~173
Recently Bianshi problems, math isomorphic problems by changing the conditions, conclusions or deduction process of the three components of the example problem, are consistently identified as an important element in Chinese math education, characteristics in Chinese math education culture and form a hot point in China, 5 main factors related to reasons why is regarded as CULTURE characteristics in Chinese math education are discussed: (a) Exam goal (b) the curriculum objectives (c) traditional mode and conception, (d) Chinese situation, (e) Chinese math tradition.
A Case Study for Developing the Mathematical Creativity in CNUE of Korea
Kim Soo-Hwan ;
Research in Mathematical Education, volume 9, issue 2, 2005, Pages 175~182
This paper will present two activity cases for developing mathematical creativity at The Center for Science Gifted Education (CSGE) of Chongju National University of Education of Korea. One is 'the magic card mystery'; the other is 'mathematicians' efforts to solve equations'.