Developments in school mathematics education around the world : proceedings of the Third UCSMP International Conference on Mathematics Education, October 30 - November 1, 1991 / edited by Izaak Wirszup and Robert Streit.

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Corporate Authors: UCSMP International Conference on Mathematics Education University of Chicago
University of Chicago. School Mathematics Project
Other Authors: Wirszup, Izaak, 1915-
Streit, Robert
Published: Reston, Va. : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1992.
Physical Description:xv, 501 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Format: Conference Proceeding Book
  • Will everybody ever count? / Lynn Arthur Steen
  • Mathematics education: an indurstrial view / Keith W. McHenry
  • The popularization of mathematics / Jean-Pierre Kahane
  • Is there a real chance for "mathematics and science for all Americans"? / Christine Keitel
  • Higher order (un-)teaching / Jan de Lange
  • Mathematics for all students: technology and the power of visualization / Franklin Demana, Bert K. Waits
  • MAS-MATHICS: a curriculum for non-college bound students in Israel / Nitsa Movshovitz-Hadar
  • Equity, assessment, and thinking mathematically: principles for the design of model-eliciting activities / Richard Lesh, Mark Hoover, Anthony E. Kelly
  • "America is likewise bestirring herself": a century of mathematics education as viewed from the United States / Jeremy Kilpatrick
  • The mathematical sciences education board: preparing for the twenty-first century / Linda P. Rosen
  • What does it mena to be modern in mathematics education? / Ubiratan D'Ambrosio
  • Reflections on the mathematics assessments of the national assessment of educational progress / Mary Montgomery Lindquist
  • Certifying accomplishments in mathematics: the new standards examining system / Lauren B. Resnick, Diane Briars, Sharon Lesgold
  • Assessing mathematics: enhancing understanding / John A. Dossey
  • Toward a world class curriculum in the United States / Thomas A. Romberg
  • What are the goods and how do we deliver them? / Paul J. Sally, Jr.
  • Investigations in number, data, and space: a new elementary curriculum / Susan Jo Russell
  • The UCSMP elementary mathematics specialist project / Sheila Sconiers
  • Reflections on inservice work with U.S. teachers of mathematics / Jerry P. Becker
  • The effects of technology on the mathematics curriculum: what goes in? What goes out? / Wade Ellis, Jr.
  • Computer, understanding of concepts, and problem solving / Lars-Eric Bjork, Hans Brolin
  • Getting students to function in algebra / Judah L. Schwartz
  • Statistics in the mathematics curriculum: why and what? / David S. Moore
  • Algorithmics in school mathematics: why, what and how? / David C. Johnson
  • Application and modeling in school mathematics-directions for future development / Mogens Niss
  • The third international mathematics and science study: issues and questions / David F. Robitaille
  • School mathematics in the U.S. and U.K.: similarities and differences / David C. Johnson
  • School mathematics in Japan and the U.S.: focusing on recent trends in elementary and lower secondary school / Tatsuro Miwa
  • Results of U.S. -Japan cross-national research on students' problem solving behaviors / Jerry P. Becker
  • Some puzzling questions arising from mathematics education in China / Dianzhou Zhang
  • Competition and cooperation in school mathematics / Zalman Usiskin.