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Beyond constructivism : models and modeling perspectives on mathematics problem solving, learning, and teaching

Auteur: Richard A Lesh; Helen M Doerr
Uitgever: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre/Vorm: Aufsatzsammlung
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Richard A Lesh; Helen M Doerr
ISBN: 080583821X 9780805838213 0805838228 9780805838220
OCLC-nummer: 47838444
Beschrijving: xii, 597 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Inhoud: Contents: Preface. Part I: Introduction to a Models and Modeling Perspective. R. Lesh, H.M. Doerr, Foundations of a Models and Modeling Perspective on Mathematics Teaching, Learning, and Problem Solving. R. Lesh, K. Cramer, H.M. Doerr, T. Post, J.S. Zawojewski, Model Development Sequences. R. Lehrer, L. Schauble, Origins and Evolution of Model-Based Reasoning in Mathematics and Science. R. Lesh, G. Carmona, Piagetian Conceptual Systems and Models for Mathematizing Everyday Experiences. P.E. Kehle, F.K. Lester, Jr., A Semiotic Look at Modeling Behavior. Part II: A Models and Modeling Perspective on Teacher Development. H.M. Doerr, R. Lesh, A Modeling Perspective on Teacher Development. R.Y. Schorr, R. Lesh, A Modeling Approach for Providing Teacher Development. K.K. Clark, R. Lesh, A Modeling Approach to Describe Teacher Knowledge. K. McClain, Task-Analysis Cycles as Tools for Supporting Students' Mathematical Development. M. van Reeuwijk, M. Wijers, Explanations Why? The Role of Explanations in Answers to (Assessment) Problems. Part III: Models and Modeling as Viewed by Heavy Users of Mathematics. R. Lesh, J.S. Zawojewski, G. Carmona, What Mathematical Abilities Are Needed for Success Beyond School in a Technology-Based Age of Information? W. Oakes, A.G. Rud, Jr., The EPICS Model in Engineering Education: Perspective on Problem-Solving Abilities Needed for Success Beyond Schools. G. Kardos, The Case for Cases. C.D. Aliprantis, G. Carmona, Introduction to an Economic Problem: A Models and Modeling Perspective. T. Johnson, R. Lesh, A Models and Modeling Perspective on Technology-Based Representational Media. M.J. Dark, A Models and Modeling Perspective on Skills for the High Performance Workplace. Part IV: Models and Modeling in Problem Solving and Learning. L. English, R. Lesh, End-in-View Problems. J.S. Zawojewski, R. Lesh, A Models and Modeling Perspective on Problem Solving. J.S. Zawojewski, R. Lesh, L. English, A Models and Modeling Perspective on the Role of Small Group Learning Activities. G. Harel, R. Lesh, Local Conceptual Development of Proof Schemes in a Cooperative Learning Setting. R. Lesh, F.K. Lester, Jr., M. Hjalmarson, A Models and Modeling Perspective on Metacognitive Functioning in Everyday Situations Where Problem Solvers Develop Mathematical Constructs. J.A. Middleton, R. Lesh, M. Heger, Interest, Identity, and Social Functioning: Central Features of Modeling Activity. Part V: Models and Modeling Before and After Middle School. S.J. Lamon, Beyond Constructivism: An Improved Fitness Metaphor for the Acquisition of Mathematical Knowledge. K. Cramer, Using a Translation Model for Curriculum Development and Classroom Instruction. M. Carlson, S. Larsen, R. Lesh, Integrating a Models and Modeling Perspective With Existing Research and Practice. B. Shternberg, M. Yerushalmy, Models of Functions and Models of Situations: On the Design of Modeling-Based Learning Environments. Part VI: Next Steps. F.K. Lester, Jr., P.E. Kehle, From Problem Solving to Modeling: The Evolution of Thinking About Research on Complex Mathematical Activity. R. Lesh, H.M. Doerr, In What Ways Does a Models and Modeling Perspective Move Beyond Constructivism?
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited by Richard Lesh, Helen M. Doerr.
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