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Classics in Mathematics Education Research

This collection of articles, which have had a major influence on recent research and together provide a recent historical perspective, focuses on themes surrounding evolving conceptions of learning and teaching. See page 2 for a full description.

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2004 224 pp. ISBN 0-87353-565-0

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Constructivist Views on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics

Edited by Robert B. Davis, Carolyn A. Maher, and Nel Noddings

This JRME monograph considers the background of constructivism, explores what it means to carry out the process of mathematical thinking, and describes how children engage in mathematical activity and how teachers can promote this activity. 6" X 9"

1990 210 pp. ISBN 0-87353-300-3

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Handbook of International Research in Mathematics Education

Edited by Lyn D. English Copublished with Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

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Developed in response to major global catalysts for change, this handbook introduces new and emerging trends, considers students' learning at all levels, covers a range of globally significant topics, explores trends in conceptual frameworks and paradigms in mathematics education research, and considers future issues and directions in international research. 8 1/2" X 11"

2002 835 pp. ISBN 0-8058-4205-5

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Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning

Edited by Douglas A. Grouws

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Designed by experts in the field to make important, vital scholarship accessible to professors, graduate students, staff development directors, curriculum supervisors, and teachers, this book offers a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of the best research, developments, critical conflicts, and controversies in mathematics education. 8 1/2" X 11"

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A History of School Mathematics

Written by those who played leading roles in school mathematics, trained historians, and mathematics educators, this two-volume historical record of mathematics education in the United States and Canada serves not only as a partial guide to present actions but as a tool to better understand who we are.

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2003 1816 pp. ISBN 0-87353-471-9

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Lessons Learned from Research

Edited by Judith Sowder and Bonnie Schappelle

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The chapters in this book, all research articles from NCTM's Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, have been recast specifically to reach the teacher audience and provide commentary that highlights the value of each. …

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