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Communications of Mathematical Education
Journal Basic Information
Journal DOI :
Korea Society of Mathematical Education
Editor in Chief :
Sang-Gu Lee, Hye-Jeang Hwang
Volume & Issues
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Nov 2006
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Sep 2006
Volume 20, Issue 2 - May 2006
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
Selecting the target year
An analysis on the degree of difficulty of domains through an assesment of 'Review Problem'
Ahn Byoung-Gon ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 327~342
For completion of 5-days per week system, elementary mathematics curriculum is expended to twice a month. According to the enrichment of Jae-Ryang and After School Activity, educational environment is being changed. These changes require preparations to minimize school hours. Therefore, it is needed to make better the quality, quantity and the techniques of mathematics instruction. In this study, after teaching the level 5-Na and 6-Na, the result of assessment in section An assesment of 'Review Problem' is used to analyze passing of each question. As categorizing them into each domains, this article gives help to elementary school teachers to judge learner difficulties level of domains through analyzing the quality of instructor.
The Effect of using Teaching-Learning Materials from Mathematical History, with Illustrations of the Impact Students -Centered around Sequence Chapter of Mathematics I-
Yoon Dae-Won ; Park Sun-Jung ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 343~359
The purpose of this research is to study the effect of using teaching materials related to the chapter on the mathematical history of sequence and to propose practical ways for teachers to use the materials in class. This study will show how to employ mathematical history to illustrate the practical use of mathematics, arouse students' interest, and improve the understanding of mathematics of students who are not interested in mathematics.
Development of teaching-learning materials in lemma-incorporation method of Lakatos
Cho Yeol-Je ; Ryu Soo-Jeong ; Lyou Ik-Seung ; Kim Tae-Ho ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 361~372
This study was extended as one of the properties of isosceles triangles to polygons(n-angles) by conjectures-proofs-reputations-reformations and developed teaching-learning materials which can be used in high-level classes for middle and high school students.
A Study on Problem-solving Using Combinational Proof
Yoon Dae-Won ; Kim Eun-Ju ; Lyou Ik-Seung ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 373~389
The purpose of this study is to compare the way of proving using combinational proof with the way of proving presented in the existing math textbook in the proof of combinational equation and to classify the problem-solving into some categories using combinational proof in combinational equation. Corresponding with these, this study suggests the application of combinational equation using combinational proof and the fundamental material to develop material for advanced study.
A Study of Administrating the Mathematical Circle in Whole-day Club Activities in a Middle School
Han In-Ki ; Kim Hyun-Jeong ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 391~405
In this paper we study on administration system and student's activities in whole-day club activities. As a result of this study we propose teaching methods, mathematical program for the year, and concreate teaching-learning materials for mathematical circle in whole-day club activities.
Development of Blended Learning Program for CPS
Kim Young-Mi ; Kim Hyang-Sook ; Im Sun-Woo ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 407~423
The reason why creativity becomes the important subject in 21th century is that it does an important role which solves many problems surrounding our whole life in this internationalization, globalization, knowledge-information age. But scholars who formerly researched the creativity-field explain the necessity of creativity with the internal and fundamental reasons. That is, scholars say that creative activities produce originative products and originality itself. And it is the root of which will be able to discover meaning of life and it -creativity - is successive activities that is demanded when individual life want to obtain important value by expressing one's inner world to the outside using creative resource. Recently, with the trends of present age and the educational needs, research about creativity is actively carried out and it draws out the results that creativity can be developed and enhanced through education and training. So, now many researches have focused on how to develop the creativity. Investigating those researches, we found that the recent issues of researches on creativity were changing and now they focused on creative instruction methods and behavioral factors. Especially, they were selected as the subject related to the creative education - creative instructional method and program, atmosphere in classroom, and factors of teacher. It means that the past researches which were a little bit conceptive have been changing to material ones which will be able to enhance creativity and its effect. So, in this research, we have developed the program for CPS(Creativity Problem Solving) and verified its effect.
Design and development of SCORM based e-Learning contents about Mathematics for the KERIS' Cyber Home Education System
Lee Hye-Gyung ; Kim Hyang-Sook ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 425~441
Entering upon 21th, the internet which bring the digital era, are changing the paradigm of education and cultivating creative and challenging person, which is the core of competitive power in knowledge-information society, is more emphasized than ever. To meet the needs of the present times, it has been concentrating its effort to improve learning-environment using e-Learning in the field of teaching. E-schoolbooks that were introduced recently by way of showing an example are representative case of this intention. Though many e-learning contents are being developed, the more speedily a society grow, the shorter the life of contents are. Moreover, the contents developed are impossible to use directly for tele-education system, so standard types adjusted for various kind of system are showing up. Among them the leading standard type is SCORM(Sharable Content Object Reference Medel) made in ADL(Advanced Distributed Learning) Corporation. The KERIS' Cyber Home Education System adopted this and is using it. So, in this study, we set the goal at designing and developing an e-learning contents and an experiment-focused mathematics that suit the KERIS' Cyber Home Education System on the basis of SCORM.
A Study on the Multiplicative Thinking of 2nd Grade Elementary Students
Jang Mi-Ra ; Park Man-Goo ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 443~467
The purpose of this study was to study the 2nd grade elementary students' common thinking and differences of additive and multiplicative thinking. For meaningful discussion of the above, we have established the following research questions. 1. What are the properties of the multiplicative thinking of 2nd grade elementary students? - What are the common properties of the multiplicative thinking of 2nd grade elementary students? - What are the properties of the various multiplicative thinking levels? 2. How is multiplicative thinking presented in Korean math textbooks? The conclusions of this study were followings: First, the 2nd grade elementary students in the multiplicative thinking learnt used by translating multiplication into specific situations. And they often used different models of multiplication. Second, additive thinking developed into the multiplicative thinking. After being helped by their teachers, students who thought additively were then able to think multiplicatively. Whereas after being helped by their teachers, students who were already competent at multiplicative thinking gained a deeper understanding. Third, they learned the commutative property of multiplication after their understanding of the 'repeated addition approach' and the multiplicative approach was sufficiently reinforced. Last, students should be taught using different models based on the repeated addition approach.
Mathematical investigation activity through folding and unfolding paper crane
Kwon Young-In ; Suh Be-Euk ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 469~482
It ill give much interest both to the teacher and student that paper crane makes interesting mathematical investment possible. It is really possible for the middle school students to invest mathematical activity such as the things about triangle and square, resemblance, Pythagorean theorem. I reserched how this mathematical investment possible through folding and unfolding paper crane and analyzed the mathematical meaning.
A Case Study of Students' Mentoring Activities for the Special-Supplementary Curriculum in Math Classrooms
Choi Young-Sun ; Yoo Won-Sok ;
Communications of Mathematical Education, volume 20, issue 3, 2006, Pages 483~502
In this research, we try to accomplish the main purpose of managing the special supplementary curriculum and set a model for its organization and management to the other schools by analyzing the result from the management of the special supplementary curriculum through mentoring lessons that are proposed in the 7th curriculum to provide the underachieved students with opportunities to study the subjects they couldn't understand during the regular curriculum.