PME28 Bergen, Norway 1418 July 2004
The 28th International Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
Proceedings - by Research Domain
1 - Adult learningApplebaum, MarkSOIdentification of mathematical mistakes by undergraduate students
2 - Advanced mathematical thinkingAlcock, LaraRRUses of example objects in proving
3 - Affective factorsAxiak, CettinaRRBeing sensetive to students mathematical needs: what does it take?
4 - Algebraic thinkingAinley, JanetRRConstructing meanings and utilities within algebraic tasks
5 - Assessment and evaluationBosch, M. AsunciónSOChanging prospective mathematics teachers´ conceptions on assessment: a teacher training strategy
6 - BeliefsBarabash, MaritaSODevelopment of insight of future math teachers as a result of follow-up after development of mathematical concepts
7 - Computers, calculators and other technological toolsBall, LyndaRRA new practice evolving in learning mathematics: differences in students' written records with cas
8 - Data handlingChick, HelenRRWhat is unusual? The case of a media graph
9 - Early number senseAnghileri, JuliaRRDisciplined calculators or flexible problem solvers?
10 - EpistemologyJahr, EinarSOWhat is a mathematical concept?
11 - Functions and graphsAcuña Soto, ClaudiaPPSynoptical and epistemological vision of points in a figural task on the cartesian plane
12 - Gender issuesHorne, MarjRREarly gender differences
13 - Geometrical and spatial thinkingCallingham, RosemaryRRPrimary students' understanding of tessellation: an initial exploration
14 - Imagery and visualizationElia, IliadaRRThe functions of pictures in problem solving
15 - Language and mathematicsFerrari, Pier LuigiRRMatematical language and advanced mathematics learning
16 - Mathematical modelingEnglish, LynRRMathematical modelling with young children
17 - MeasurementBragg, PhilippaRRA measure of rulers- the importance of units in a measure
18 - Mental modelsFerrara, FrancescaRR“Why doesn’t it start from the origin?”: hearing the cognitive voice of signs
19 - MetacognitionMevarech, Zemira R.SOTeachers create mathematical argumentation
20 - Methods of proofAntonini, SamueleRRA statement, the contrapositive and the inverse: intuition and argumentation
21 - Probability and combinatoricsAbrahamson, DorPPProblab: multi-agent interactive computer models for grounding probability in perceptual judgments of spatial proportions and in accessible mathematization
22 - Problem solvingBack, JenniSOExploring the challenge of online mediation
23 - Rational numbers and proportionAlatorre, SilviaRRProportional reasoning of quasi-illiterate adults
24 - Socio-cultural studiesAmit, MiriamRRTime and flow as parameters in international comparisons: a view from an eighth grade algebra lesson
25 - Non-elementary numerical reasoningSinger, Florence MihaelaPPDimensionality in understanding algebraic concepts
26 - Teacher classroom practiceBarash, AvivaSOCo-teaching by mathematics and special education pre-service teachers in inclusive seventh grade mathematics classes.