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Mathematics matters in education : essays in honor of Roger E. Howe

Author: Yeping Li; W James Lewis; James J Madden; Roger Howe
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018]
Series: Advances in STEM Education
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book is inspired by Roger E. Howe's contributions to the international communities of mathematics and mathematics education. Renowned for his research contributions in the fields of representation theory, automorphic forms, harmonic analysis, and invariant theory, Dr. Howe has also fundamentally deepened our understanding of the mathematics taught in the early school grades and has challenged and stimulated  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
(OCoLC)1015291906
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Yeping Li; W James Lewis; James J Madden; Roger Howe
ISBN: 9783319614342 3319614347
OCLC Number: 1013489623
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 303 pages) : 52 illustrations, 36 illustrations in color
Contents: Part I. Introduction --
Chapter 1. Introduction --
Chapter 2. About Roger E. Howe and his contributions to mathematics education --
Chapter 3. Cultural knowledge for teaching mathematics --
Part II. Knowing and Connecting Mathematics in Teaching and Teacher Education --
Chapter 4. The content knowledge mathematics teachers need --
Chapter 5. Knowing ratio and proportion for teaching --
Chapter 6. How future teachers reasoned with variable parts and strip diagrams to develop equations for proportional relationships and lines --
Chapter 7. Giving reason and giving purpose --
Chapter 8. Who are the experts? --
Part III. Identifying and Structuring Core Ideas and Practices in K-12 Mathematics Curriculum --
Chapter 9. Building on Howe's three pillars in Kindergarten to Grade 6 classrooms --
Chapter 10. Is the real number line something to be built, or occupied? --
Chapter 11. What content knowledge should we expect in mathematics education? --
Chapter 12. Approaching Euclidean geometry through transformations --
Chapter 13. Curricular coherence in mathematics --
Part IV. Supporting and Engaging Mathematicians in K-12 Education --
Chapter 14. Attracting and supporting mathematicians for the mathematical education of teachers --
Chapter 15. The contributions of mathematics faculty to K-12 education: A department chair's perspective (mathematicians in K-12 education) --
Chapter 16. Supporting education and outreach in a research mathematics department.
Series Title: Advances in STEM Education
Responsibility: Yeping Li, W. James Lewis, James J. Madden, editors.

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This book is inspired by Roger E. Howe's contributions to the international communities of mathematics and mathematics education. Renowned for his research contributions in the fields of representation theory, automorphic forms, harmonic analysis, and invariant theory, Dr. Howe has also fundamentally deepened our understanding of the mathematics taught in the early school grades and has challenged and stimulated mathematicians and mathematics educators to work together to examine this part of the mathematical universe more critically and in imaginative new ways. This volume will help summarize and highlight Howe's contributions to several topic areas in mathematics education, demonstrating the possibility and importance of engaging mathematicians in high-impact research in mathematics education, and showcasing the importance of cross-disciplinary collaboration and exchange.

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