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  1. Origami 3: Third International Meeting of Orgami Science, Mathematics, and Education Sponsored by Origami USA
  2. Contemporary Perspectiveson Mathematics in Early Childhood Education (PB) (Contemporary Perspectives in Early Childhood Education)
  3. Lessons to learn: U.S. vs. Singapore math.(mathematics education comparison): An article from: District Administration by Melissa Ezarik, 2005-05-01
  4. Everyday Mathematics: Teacher's Guide to Games, Grades K-6
  5. Mathematics Education and Language: Interpreting Hermeneutics and Post-Structuralism (Mathematics Education Library) by Tony Brown, 2001-05-31
  6. Cooperative Learning in Mathematics: A Handbook for Teachers
  7. Beliefs: A Hidden Variable in Mathematics Education? (Mathematics Education Library)
  8. Windows on Mathematical Meanings: Learning Cultures and Computers (Mathematics Education Library) by R. Noss, Celia Hoyles, 1996-06-30
  9. Adding It Up: Helping Children Learn Mathematics by Mathematics Learning Study Committee, National Research Council, et all 2001-11
  10. Researching Mathematics Education in South Africa: Perspectives, Practices and Possibilities
  11. Dialogue on Early Childhood Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education
  12. Modelling and Applications in Mathematics Education: The 14th ICMI Study (New ICMI Study Series)
  13. Researching the Socio-Political Dimensions of Mathematics Education: Issues of Power in Theory and Methodology (Mathematics Education Library)
  14. Symbolizing, Modeling and Tool Use in Mathematics Education (Mathematics Education Library)

81. Center For Mathematics Education At EDC
Center for mathematics education A center of. in the. Copyright 2004 EducationDevelopment Center, Inc. (EDC). The Center for mathematics education at EDC.
Center for Mathematics Education A center of
in the Division of Mathematics
Learning and Teaching

CME principles
CME projects ... Additional CME information
For more information, contact: Helen Lebowitz
Center for Mathematics Education
Education Development Center
55 Chapel Street
Newton, MA 02458-1060
telephone: (617) 969-7100
The Center for Mathematics Education at EDC
The Center for Mathematics Education at EDC is dedicated to promoting a high quality mathematics education for all through research-informed improvements in curriculum, teacher education, and policy. Here are a few CME projects, illustrating the range of our project work. For a more complete project list, click here Curriculum Preschool/Elementary Number Crew is a multimedia K-1 mathematics curriculum originally developed for use in the United Kingdom, currently being adapted for use in the U.S. Math Workshop is a comprehensive elementary curriculum project funded by the National Science Foundation.

82. Erme Homepage
Manifesto of ERME. Concerning research in mathematics education, Europe has strongresources and a common history but also presents interesting diversities.
E uropean Society for
R esearch in
M athematics
E ducation Board Contact intro all Manifesto of Erme intro all Message of the President intro all Yerme Erme-Conferences N E W

28 February - 3 March 2003
in Bellaria, Italy
Board President
Paolo BOERO ( Italy) Vice-President
Ole BJORQUIST (Finland) Mariana BOSCH (Spain) Konrad KRAINER (Austria) Graham LITTLER (UK) Pearla NESHER (Israel) Jarmila NOVOTNA (Czech Republic) Julianna SZENDREI (Hungary) Contact Jarmila NOVOTNA (Czech Republic) Manifesto of ERME Concerning research in mathematics education, Europe has strong resources and a common history but also presents interesting diversities. The ongoing process of integration of European countries in the economic and political spheres needs an important counterpoint in the cultural and educational areas.

83. Combined Ref List
Paul Ernest, University of Exeter.
Paul Ernest P Ernest 1994 This electronic bibliography has been prepared for students at the University of Exeter and may not be copied or distributed to others without permission. To find particular topics view in outline mode (levels 2-8) or use the edit/find features of Word or Windows.
1. Society, Diversity And Mathematics Education 1.1 The Nature Of Mathematics 1.2 Ethnomathematics 1.3 History Of Mathematics In Teaching 1.4 Multicultural And Antiracist Mathematics 1.5 Gender And Mathematics 1.6 Political Values And Maths 1.7 Special Educational Needs And Maths Ability 1.8 Language And Mathematics 1.9 Parents And Maths 1.10 Mathematics, Work And Numeracy 2. The Learning Of Mathematical Topics 2.1 Number Concepts And Operations 2.2 Addition And Subtraction 2.3 Multiplication And Division 2.4 Place Value And Decimals 2.5 Fractions 2.6 Ratio 2.7 Integers (Positive And Negative Numbers) 2.8 Measurement 2.9 Algebra 2.10 Graphs 2.11 Geometry And Symmetry 2.12 Spatial Imagery And Visualisation

84. CME Home Page
Open University. Centre for mathematics education. Founded in 1983,CME has as a small but active membership. Our mission is to support
Open University
Centre for Mathematics Education
Founded in 1983, CME has as a small but active membership.
Our mission is to support teachers involved with mathematics at all levels from nursery to tertiary.
We produce supported distance learning courses for students, books and packs for supporting individuals and groups wishing to work on their professional development in relation to mathematics, based on our research projects and other activities.
We also undertake professional development work in schools and local education authorities.
Our approach is to work on ways of working, whether on mathematics, or on the teaching and learning of mathematics. People Courses Research - Projects and Themes Other Projects, Products and Activities ... Research Papers Contributions to Government Agencies National Day Conference 2003
Hosted Sites
The Joint Mathematical Council of the United Kingdom SkillMath Website Teaching Secondary Mathematics with ICT We aim to balance educating awareness, harnessing emotion, and training behaviour. For further information contact the Centre for Mathematics Education on (01908) 653550 or via email

85. Mathematics
Putnam Dies at 88 Alfred Putnam, a University Mathematics professor who was a powerfulinfluence for the direction that US mathematics education took in the
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Do Calculators Create Weaknesses?
A study of NAEP scores, use of calculators by grade 4 students shows a weakness in the 4 operations (adding, subtraction, multiplication and division) those essential basic skills. Full article here: Detroit News - USA Today.

86. Shell Centre
Shell Centre for mathematics education.
Mathematics Assessment Resource Service
Balanced Assessment for the Mathematics Curriculum
International Society for Design and Development in Education

COYPU graph plotting software

School of Education
University of Nottingham
  • Information technology in classrooms Graphs and stories Numbers from one to thirty one ... a page for each day of the month
  • The Shell Centre is known around the world for its innovative work on mathematics education. The Shell Centre team has a wide range of ongoing activities including design, development and research. For more than 20 years the Shell Centre has a close association with the School of Education at the University of Nottingham. It has now become Shell Centre for Mathematical Education Publications Limited in order to sell its publications and to continue its research and development activities. A major project is the Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS) which brings together an international team of people with diverse experience in mathematics education, and its performance assessment. The team includes Alan Bell,

    87. CMESG
    Canadian mathematics education Study Group. version en français. fax Statistics Top. mathematics education Links.
    Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group
    version en français
    CMESG is a group of mathematicians and mathematics educators who meet annually to discuss mathematics education issues at all levels of learning. The aims of the Study Group are: 1) to study the theories and practices of the teaching of mathematics
    2) to promote research in mathematics education
    3) to exchange ideas and information about all aspects of mathematics education in Canada
    4) to disseminate the results of its work. Annual meetings: Members: Officers:

    88. British Congress For Mathematics Education 1999
    BCME4. University College Northampton; 1517 July 1999. Proceedings on-line.

    89. Math Education Home Page
    mathematics education. Degree Programs. Undergraduate Certification ProgramsMiddle School; Secondary. Graduate Programs in mathematics education
    Mathematics Education
    University of Missouri
    121 Townsend Hall
    Columbia, Missouri 65211
    Faculty Doctoral Students Robert Reys Fran Arbaugh Doug Grouws James Tarr ... Kathryn Chval Jung-Chih Chen Shannon Dingman Brian Townsend David Barker Tim Sanders Bridgette Stevens Amal Al-Ajmi Dustin Jones Current Projects Degree Programs
    Student Organization ... University of Missouri

    90. Univ Of Auckland Maths Ed Unit Homepage
    mathematics education Unit. The University of Auckland. Welcome to the homepagefor the mathematics education Unit at the University of Auckland.
    Mathematics Education Unit
    The University of Auckland
    Welcome to the homepage for the Mathematics Education Unit at the University of Auckland . This page is under construction. Eventually this page will be the gateway to the definitive collection of information on our unit. The Mathematics Education Unit is now part of the Mathematics Department in the School of Mathematical and Information Sciences. It was originally set up within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in 1992 and staff still work in both the Mathematics and Statistics Departments. The unit is responsible for developing research and university courses in mathematics education, maintaining contact with teachers, and supporting the teaching of mathematics within the university. It has the equivalent of eight full-time staff plus supporting members from its parent Departments. MEU staff are concerned to maintain links and services with teachers in schools and polytechnics in the Auckland Area.
    Unit information
    Last updated: 20 May 1999
    Send suggestions and queries to

    91. Science Cluster
    Department of Mathematics and mathematics education.
    Science Arts English Language and Literature Asian Languages and Cultures Humanities and Social Studies ...
    Mathematics and Mathematics Education Mission
    To play a significant role in defining the status and direction of mathematics education and to promote the professional development of mathematics teachers in a rapidly changing and increasingly technological world. In particular, we aim
    • to prepare mathematics teachers for the primary, secondary and pre-university levels,
    • to update the content knowledge and pedagogy skills of practising mathematics teachers,
    • to guide senior mathematics teachers to become effective heads of departments,
    • to carry out research, in both content and pedagogy, to meet the needs of a technological society in the 21st Century.

    For more information, visit our website.

    92. Computer Algebra In Mathematics Education
    Computer Algebra in mathematics education. The CAME web site has relocated to http// will be transferred there in a few seconds
    Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education
    The CAME web site has relocated to You will be transferred there in a few seconds...

    93. The Telson Spur: Field Nodes -- Ground (8): Mathematics
    Online resources in science, complexity theory, chaos and mathematics education.
    Contents Jump Search Gopher ... Index
    DESCRIPTION : The eighth of nine pages on Ground (the first of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur ), this page is a list of links to on-line resources in mathematics. The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents KEYWORDS : algebra; analysis; foundations; geometry; logic; mathematics; number; order; proof; world
    If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. Henry David Thoreau List of Contents
  • Science Resources
    Science and Technology
    Science Centres and Organizations
    Science Education
    Science Forums and Periodicals
    Scientific Equipment and Exploration
    Chaos and Complexity
  • Mathematics
    Mathematics Education

    Physical Sciences
    Astronomy Earth Sciences Life Sciences ... Science News
    Science Resources (cont.) Science Mathematics
    Mathematics Education Mathematics takes us still further from what is human into the region of absolute necessity, to which not only the actual world, but every possible world, must conform. Bertrand Russell Search only in Mathematics
    For history and foundations, see
  • 94. The Mathematics Educator - Main Page
    A biannual publication edited and published by the mathematics education Student Association (MESA) in the Department of mathematics education at the University of Georgia (UGA). Text in HTML and PDF.
    Welcome to the online version of The Mathematics Educator (TME). TME is a student-produced journal published semiannually by the Mathematics Education Student Association (MESA) in the Department of Mathematics Education at the University of Georgia. MESA is an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Our Mission: The Mathematics Educator strives to provide a forum for collaboration of mathematics educators at varying levels of professional experience. Its purpose is to promote the interchange of ideas among the mathematics education community, locally, nationally, and internationally. The Mathematics Educator publishes a variety of types of manuscripts from students and other professionals in mathematics education including:
    • reports of research (including experiments, case studies, surveys, philosophical studies, and historical studies), curriculum projects, or classroom experiences;
    • commentaries on issues pertaining to research, classroom experiences, or public policies in mathematics education;

    95. Department Of Science And Mathematics Education, OSU
    Departemenkoe, OSU, Science, Mathematics, Education, Corvallis,niess, flick, edith, Oregon. Assistant Professor, Tenure
    Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track position opening in Mathematics Education View Information on screen! Download Information! Weniger Hall 239 Corvallis Oregon 97331-6508 Telp: 541-7374031, Fax: 541-7371817 Saturday Academy Sharing Communities Download Application to Initial Licensure Program Last Updated on January 19, 2004 Any suggestions please contact

    96. ED402157 1996-09-00 Mathematics Education Resources On The World Wide Web. ERIC
    This digest provides an annotated listing of Web resources relating to mathematicseducation. mathematics education Resources on the World Wide Web.
    ERIC Identifier:
    Publication Date:
    Haury, David L. - Milbourne, Linda A.
    Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science Mathematics and Environmental Education Columbus OH.
    Mathematics Education Resources on the World Wide Web. ERIC Digest.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC "The best aspect of the Internet has nothing to do with technology. It's us." Steven Levy If 1995 was The "Year of the Internet" (Newsweek, Jan. 1, 1996), for educators it is quickly becoming the era of information-on-demand and collaboration-at-a-distance. Among the Internet's many resources is the World Wide Web, a global network of information "servers" provided by individuals, organizations, businesses, and federal agencies who are offering documents, data, images, and interactive sessions. For teachers, students, and parents, this means access to information not in textbooks or the local library, fast-breaking news, ideas for lessons and activities, and, best of all, collaboration with others on projects of mutual interest. Here we provide an annotated listing of Web resources relating to mathematics education. Though not an exhaustive list of what is available, these sites represent the range of resources, and they are excellent places to begin your own journey through the web of interconnected sites.

    97. Adelaide Consortium For Mathematics Education
    Aims to further the teaching of mathematics and the study and teaching of mathematics education in South Australia. Details about the group's members and activities.

    Activities and Courses offered by ACME

    Activities and Courses offered by ACME

    98. ED372969 1994-10-00 Current Reform Efforts In Mathematics Education. ERIC/CSMEE
    The current reform effort in mathematics education has its roots in the decade ofthe 1980 s and the national reports that focused attention on an impending
    ERIC Identifier:
    Publication Date:
    Edwards, Thomas G.
    Source: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science Mathematics and Environmental Education Columbus OH.
    Current Reform Efforts in Mathematics Education. ERIC/CSMEE Digest.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC Within this context, dozens of individual reform efforts have been initiated in recent years. Many have focused on the development of new curricula, others on teacher enhancement, some on both. Still others have taken the use of technology in mathematics instruction as their central theme. The projects listed below are but a small sample of current efforts, but they serve to illustrate the diversity of programs nationwide.
    The "Connected Mathematics Project (CMP)" at Michigan State University is a five-year National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded project for the development of a middle school mathematics curriculum rich in connections. Students solve problems by observing patterns and relationships, thereby enhancing their understanding of mathematics. Natural extensions involve conjecturing, testing, discussing, verbalizing, and generalizing. In addition to student materials, "CMP" is developing teacher materials designed so that teachers can learn directly from their use and assessment materials that are extensions of the learning process.

    99. Mathematics Education Bibliography
    Peter Gates, School of Education, University of Nottingham. September 1997.
    Mathematics Education Bibliography
    The following bibliography consists of a collection of books and other resources which may be useful references for those studying or otherwise interested in mathematics education. The descriptions of the books are taken, in the main, from that provided on the book cover. The bibliography does not contain details of text-books or other specifically classroom resources. If you feel other sources should be included, you are invited to contact the compiler. Peter Gates School of Education The University of Nottingham Nottingham NG7 2RD, UK September 1997 Pages for some publishers are listed below: In addition you can see another bibliography on Semiotics run by Adam Vile at South Bank University, London, at
    Janet Ainley, Enriching Primary Mathemtics with IT, Hodder and Stoughton, 1996
    Margaret Alic, Hypatia's Heritage, Women's Press, 1986
    The author has discovered an entire and fascinating lost heritage of female scientific achievement which had been stolen, plagiarised, simply ignored, or published under male pseudonyms to prevent public opprobrium. Unique and highly acclaimed, the book draws on wealth of biographical and scientific evidence to provide a fascinating and overdue insight into the life and times of outstanding women scientists from prehistory to the late 19th century.
    Michael Armstrong, Closely Observed Children. The Diary of a Primary Classroom, Writers and Readers, 1980

    100. ED344977 1992-02-00 Equal Mathematics Education For Female Students. ERIC/CUE Di
    some negative attitudes about female mathematics achievement held by teachers andparents that may deter girls from continuing their mathematics education.
    ERIC Identifier:
    Publication Date:
    Schwartz, Wendy - Hanson, Katherine
    Equal Mathematics Education for Female Students. ERIC/CUE Digest, Number 78.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC Research over the last decade has shown that males and females have different classroom experiences because they approach learning differently and because teachers tend to treat them differently. Achievement expectations for females in some subjects are usually lower, as they are for members of certain racial and ethnic groups and for poor students. This digest reviews common teaching practices and methods of communication in the classroomknown as discourseto indicate the treatment of female students that inhibits their ability to successfully learn math. It also identifies some negative attitudes about female mathematics achievement held by teachers and parents that may deter girls from continuing their math education.
    At home, parents may unconsciously fail to provide support for their daughters' interest in math, either by directing their interests elsewhere or by giving all their support for education to their sons. The attitudes of teachers and male students usually reinforce parents' message.

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