PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
JOURNAL 13 (2000)
PoME journal 13,
July 2000 Editor: Paul Ernest.CONTENTS OF THE ISSUE
|Paul Wilson||The use of CAT
screening tests in identifying special educational needs in mathematics
|Howard Walter||An investigation
into the affective profiles of girls from single-sex and co-educational schools, as they
relate to the learning of mathematics.
|Exemplary mathematics teachers: subject
conceptions and instructional pratices
|Addie Hare||Revealing what
urban early childhood teachers think about mathematics and how they teach it: implications
|David Wiffen||The algebra gap
between GCSE and A level
|Hazel Clifford||A comparison of gender-related attitudes towards mathematics between girls in single-sex and co-educational schools.||PDF version|
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Aim of the Journal
The aim of this journal is to foster awareness of philosophical aspects of mathematics education and mathematics, understood broadly to include most kinds of theoretical reflection; to freely disseminate new thinking in these areas to interested persons; to encourage informal communication, dialogue and international co-operation between teachers, scholars and others engaged in such research and reflections.
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The theme of this issue is the teacher-as-researcher. The studies included here have all been carried out by recent or serving teachers in the UK, USA or Bermuda.
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