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Special Secondary Schools For The Mathematically Talented An International Panorama

Author : Vogeli Bruce R
ISBN : 9789814667487
Genre : Mathematics
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A review of 100 special schools for the mathematically talented students in twenty nations. Appendices contain sample syllabi, tests and documents.

K 12 Mathematics Education In Israel Issues And Innovations

Author : Movshovitz-hadar Nitsa
ISBN : 9789813231207
Genre : Mathematics
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The book provides the reader with a multifaceted picture of mathematics education in Israel, put into an international perspective where relevant. It is intended to give an overview of a wide range of topics covering issues such as raising and maintaining motivation, search for excellence, treatment of difficulties, teacher education, language issues, minorities issues, curriculum changes over the first 70 years of the state of Israel, and many more. This includes aspects of research and practice into the teaching and learning of mathematics, innovation, developments, policy, achievements, and implementation with some international comparison as well. Contents: Issues and Innovations Related to the Structure of Mathematics Education in Israel: Highlights in the Development of Education and Mathematics Education in the State of Israel: A Timeline (Michael N Fried, Hannah Perl and Abraham Arcavi) How Did a Crisis in Mathematics Education Lead to a Positive Reform? (Muhana Fares) A Start-Up Nation at Risk: Israel's Quest for Excellence (Eli Hurvitz) Supervision of Mathematics Teaching by the Ministry of Education (Hannah Perl, Dorit Neria, Ruth Segal and Niza Sion) Mathematics Education in Israeli Religious High-Schools (Thierry (Noah) Dana-Picard and Sara Hershkovitz) Excellence in Mathematics in the Ultra-Orthodox Community: Fantasy or Reality? (Reuven Gal, Yehuda Morgenstern and Yael Elimelech) Mathematics Education in the Arabic-Speaking Sectors in Israel (Shaker A Rasslan and Amal Sharif-Rasslan) Issues and Innovations Related to Mathematics Education at Preschool and Primary School (Grades K-6) in Israel: New Developments and Trends in Preschool Mathematics Education in Israel (Ornit Spektor-Levy and Taly Shechter) Origametria — Paper Folding for Teaching Geometry in Preschool and Primary School (John Oberman) Educating the Eye: The Agam Program for Visual Thinking (Rina Hershkowitz, Zvia Markovits, Sherman Rosenfeld, Lea Ilani and Bat-Sheva Eylon) Professional Development for Preschool Teachers: The CAMTE Framework and Repeating Patterns (Dina Tirosh, Pessia Tsamir, Esther Levenson and Ruthi Barkai) Time to Know — A Socio-constructivist Initiative to Integrate Computers in the Teaching and Learning of Primary Mathematics (Dovi Weiss and Tali Wallach) Issues and Innovations Related to Mathematics Education at Middle and High School (Grades 7–12) in Israel: Exhausting Students' Potential in Mathematics: A Comprehensive Approach to Promoting Both Struggling and Promising Students (Orit Zaslavsky, Liora Linchevski, Noga Hermon, Drora Livneh and Iris Zodik) Middle School Mathematics Curriculum Based on the Power of Open Technological Tools: The Case of CompuMath Project (Rina Hershkowitz and Michal Tabach) Mathematics at the Virtual School: Why? Why not? Who? What? And So What? (Yaniv Biton, Osnat Fellus, Dafna Raviv, David Feilchenfeld and Boris Koichu) Nurturing Students with High Mathematical Potential (Abraham (Avi) Berman and Roza Leikin) The Bar-Ilan University — ICAMS Program for the Advancement of Mathematically Talented Youth (Zvi Arad and Elisheva (Gerstein) Fridman) Mathematical Excellence: The Mofet Way (Tamara Avissar-Zeldis) The Advancement of Mathematics Studies in the ORT Israel Educational Network — Policy and Implementation (Lea Dolev and Eli Eisenberg) Promoting Advanced-Level Mathematics in Diverse Populations in the Amal Educational Network (Ronit Ashkenazy and Anna Vaknin) Problem-Solving Forums on Social Networks that Accompany

Mathematics Mathematics Education Searching For Common Ground

Author : Michael N. Fried
ISBN : 9789400774735
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This book is the fruit of a symposium in honor of Ted Eisenberg concerning the growing divide between the mathematics community and the mathematics education community, a divide that is clearly unhealthy for both. The work confronts this disturbing gap by considering the nature of the relationship between mathematics education and mathematics, and by examining areas of commonality as well as disagreement. It seeks to provide insight into the mutual benefit both stand to gain by building bridges based on the natural bonds between them.

Mathematics Education In Korea Vol 2 Contemporary Trends In Researches In Korea

Author : Kim Jinho
ISBN : 9789814525732
Genre : Mathematics
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This volume shows how the history and practices of mathematics education in Korea (from Volume 7) have been influenced by Japan, America and other countries, developing into the unique Korean style of mathematics education.Research content and practices currently being conducted are also covered, as well as topics like teacher education, special mathematics education, research trends and some perspectives towards the future of mathematics education in Korea.

The Elements Of Creativity And Giftedness In Mathematics

Author : B. Sriraman
ISBN : 9789460914393
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The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics edited by Bharath Sriraman and KyeongHwa Lee covers recent advances in mathematics education pertaining to the development of creativity and giftedness. The book is international in scope in the “sense” that it includes numerous studies on mathematical creativity and giftedness conducted in the U.S.A, China, Korea, Turkey, Israel, Sweden, and Norway in addition to cross-national perspectives from Canada and Russia. The topics include problem -posing, problem-solving and mathematical creativity; the development of mathematical creativity with students, pre and in-service teachers; cross-cultural views of creativity and giftedness; the unpacking of notions and labels such as high achieving, inclusion, and potential; as well as the theoretical state of the art on the constructs of mathematical creativity and giftedness. The book also includes some contributions from the first joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Korean Mathematical Society in Seoul, 2009. Topics covered in the book are essential reading for graduate students and researchers interested in researching issues and topics within the domain of mathematical creativity and mathematical giftedness. It is also accessible to pre-service and practicing teachers interested in developing creativity in their classrooms, in addition to professional development specialists, mathematics educators, gifted educators, and psychologists.

Research On And Activities For Mathematically Gifted Students

Author : Florence Mihaela Singer
ISBN : 9783319394503
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This open access Topical Survey offers a brief overview of the current state of research on and activities for mathematically gifted students around the world. This is of interest to a broad readership, including educational researchers, research mathematicians, mathematics teachers, teacher educators, curriculum designers, doctoral students, and other stakeholders. It first discusses research concerning the nature of mathematical giftedness, including theoretical frameworks and methodologies that are helpful in identifying and/or creating mathematically gifted students, which is described in this section. It also focuses on research on and the development of mathematical talent and innovation in students, including connections between cognitive, social and affective aspects of mathematically gifted students. Exemplary teaching and learning practices, curricula and a variety of programs that contribute to the development of mathematical talent, gifts, and passion are described as well as the pedagogy and mathematics content suitable for educating pre-service and in-service teachers of mathematically gifted students. The final section provides a brief summary of the paper along with suggestions for the research, activities, and resources that should be available to support mathematically gifted students and their teachers, parents, and other stakeholders.

Creativity Giftedness And Talent Development In Mathematics

Author : Bharath Sriraman
ISBN : 9781607528388
Genre : Education
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Our innovative spirit and creativity lies beneath the comforts and security of today's technologically evolved society. Scientists, inventors, investors, artists and leaders play a vital role in the advancement and transmission of knowledge. Mathematics, in particular, plays a central role in numerous professions and has historically served as the gatekeeper to numerous other areas of study, particularly the hard sciences, engineering and business. Mathematics is also a major component in standardized tests in the U.S., and in university entrance exams in numerous parts of world. Creativity and imagination is often evident when young children begin to develop numeric and spatial concepts, and explore mathematical tasks that capture their interest. Creativity is also an essential ingredient in the work of professional mathematicians. Yet, the bulk of mathematical thinking encouraged in the institutionalized setting of schools is focused on rote learning, memorization, and the mastery of numerous skills to solve specific problems prescribed by the curricula or aimed at standardized testing. Given the lack of research based perspectives on talent development in mathematics education, this monograph is specifically focused on contributions towards the constructs of creativity and giftedness in mathematics. This monograph presents new perspectives for talent development in the mathematics classroom and gives insights into the psychology of creativity and giftedness. The book is aimed at classroom teachers, coordinators of gifted programs, math contest coaches, graduate students and researchers interested in creativity, giftedness, and talent development in mathematics.

Elementary School Mathematics For Parents And Teachers

Author : Raz Kupferman
ISBN : 9789813108950
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This book covers the elementary school mathematics curriculum common in most parts of the world. Its aim is to serve educators (teachers and parents) as a guide for teaching mathematics at elementary school level. The book focuses both on content knowledge and on pedagogical content knowledge. It bridges the gap between fundamental mathematical principles and good teaching practices. It also offers the reader a glimpse on how mathematicians perceive elementary mathematics and presents ideas for specific mathematical activities. Volume 2 focuses on content taught in the higher grades of elementary school. It covers the following topics: multiplication and division of multi-digit numbers, divisibility and primality, divisibility signs, sequences, fractions and their representations, and fraction arithmetic. Request Inspection Copy

Creativity In Mathematics And The Education Of Gifted Students

Author : Roza Leikin
ISBN : 9087909349
Genre : Education
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The book consists of a balanced set of chapters by mathematicians, mathematics educators, educational physiologists and educational researchers. The authors of different chapters accept dynamic conception of creativity and giftedness. The book provides analysis of cognitive, affective and social factors associated with the development of creativity in all students and with the realisation of mathematical talent in gifted students. It contains theoretical essays, research reports, historical overviews, recommendations for curricular design, and insights about promotion of mathematical creativity and giftedness at different levels. The readers will find many examples of challenging mathematical problems intended at developing or examining mathematical creativity and giftedness as well as ideas for direct implementation in school and tertiary mathematics courses. They will also find theoretical models that can be used in researching students' creativity and giftedness. Research reports enlighten relationships between excellence in mathematics and creativity and examine different aspects of inquiry-based environment as a powerful way for developing mathematical creativity in school students. The readers can also learn about characteristics of creativity of research mathematicians"--P. [4] of cover

Building Proofs

Author : Suely Oliveira
ISBN : 9789814641326
Genre : Mathematics
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This book introduces students to the art and craft of writing proofs, beginning with the basics of writing proofs and logic, and continuing on with more in-depth issues and examples of creating proofs in different parts of mathematics, as well as introducing proofs-of-correctness for algorithms. The creation of proofs is covered for theorems in both discrete and continuous mathematics, and in difficulty ranging from elementary to beginning graduate level. Just beyond the standard introductory courses on calculus, theorems and proofs become central to mathematics. Students often find this emphasis difficult and new. This book is a guide to understanding and creating proofs. It explains the standard “moves” in mathematical proofs: direct computation, expanding definitions, proof by contradiction, proof by induction, as well as choosing notation and strategies.

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