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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Although proving is core to mathematics as a sense-making activity, it currently has a marginal place in elementary classrooms internationally. Blending research with practical perspectives, this book examinines what it would take to elevate the place of proving at elementary school.
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This book explores new trends and developments in mathematics education research related to proof and proving, the implications of these trends and developments for theory and practice, and directions for future research. With contributions from r...
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Andreas Moutsios-Rentzos, Educational Studies in Mathematics ... a coherent approach to proof and proving in the elementary mathematics classroom, including a framework for conceptualising mathematical proof and proving activities, a categorisation of tasks that may be linked with qualitative different opportunities for the students to be engaged in proof and proving, and a discussion about the role of the teacher. Importantly, [the author] orchestrates the theoretical discussion of these topics with a well-structured analysis
of illustrative examples... "Proving in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom", at the very least, opens a fascinating discussion about explicitly communicating and practising that proof is taught and learned within the elementary mathematics classroom.
N. G. Macleod, Mathematics in School [F]or many dedicated primary teachers who want to understand and want their pupils to understand, [the book] is a great start to the concept of proof.
Annie Selden, MAA Reviews Anyone teaching a methods course for preservice elementary teachers would find this book a good source of proving tasks/activities, together with actual children's words and work
Dr Stylianides is a (tenured) University Lecturer in Mathematics Education at the University of Cambridge. He supervises doctoral and masters students, coordinates the Masters in Mathematics Education and the mathematics strand for the primary PGCE. Prior to his Cambridge appointment, he held an academic fellowship at the University of Oxford, and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley. A Fulbright scholar, he has authored/co-authored over 50 publications.
1: Introduction 2: The importance and meaning of proving, and the role of mathematics tasks 3: The set-up of the investigation 4: Proving tasks with ambiguous conditions 5: Proving tasks involving a single case 6: Proving tasks involving multiple but finitely many cases 7: Proving tasks involving infinitely many cases 8: Conclusion