# Proceedings of the tenth international conference Models in developing mathematics education

## September 11 - 17, 2009, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

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- Plenary Address: Language and Mathematics, A Model for Mathematics in the 21st Century
- Proofs and "Puzzles"
- Some Initiatives in Calculus Teaching
- A Study On Problem Posing-Solving in the Taxicab Geometry and Applying Simcity Computer Game
- An innovative model for developing critical thinking skills through mathematical education
- The “Kidumatica” project - for the promotion of talented students from underprivileged backgrounds
- How do rabbits help to integrate teaching of mathematics and informatics?
- Conjecturing (and Proving) in Dynamic Geometry after an Introduction of the Dragging Schemes
- Mathematics brought to life by the Millennium Mathematics Project (Workshop Summary)
- Pre-service teachers’ mathematics profiles and the influence thereof on their instructional behaviour
- The Relationship between Didactics and Classroom Management: Towards New Tools for the Training of Math Teachers
- Learning Mathematics through Scientific Contents and Methods
- Rescuing Statistics from the Mathematicians
- Presentation of the Digital School Journal: Revista Escolar de la Olimpiada Iberoamericana de Matemática, Sponsored by the O.E.I. Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura
- In what case is it possible to speak about Mathematical capability among pre-school children?
- Possibilities and Challenges of Mathematical Modeling in Teacher’s Formation
- How to increase the understanding of differentials by using the Casio-calculator model 9860 G I/II to solve differential equations
- Origami-Mathematics Lessons: Researching its Impact and Influence on Mathematical Knowledge and Spatial Ability of Students
- Linking Geometry, Algebra and Calculus with GeoGebra
- Innovations in Educational Research and Teaching of Experimental Calculus
- The Best of Both Worlds: Teaching Middle School and College Mathematics
- Language and Number Values: The Influence of the Explicitness of Number Names on Children’s Understanding of Place Value
- Integrating Technology into the Mathematics Classroom: Instructional Design and Lesson Conversion
- The Role of Dynamic Interactive Technology in Teaching and Learning Statistics
- Presentations Using Autograph
- Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Understanding of Rational Numbers: An International Perspective
- Use and misuse of quantitative and graphical Information in Statistics An Approach in Teaching
- Basic knowledge and Basic Ability: A Model in Mathematics Teaching in China
- How Involving Secondary Students in the Assessment Process Transforms a Culture of Failure in Mathematics to a Culture of Accountability, Self-Efficacy and Success in Mathematics: Student Action Plans, Assessment, and Cultural Shift
- An Alternate Route to Urban Mathematics Teaching: The NYC Teaching Fellows Program
- Analyzing the effects of a linguistic approach to the teaching of algebra: students tell “stories of development” revealing new competencies and conceptions
- Localization of Learning Objects in Mathematics
- Large-Scale Assessment as a Tool for Monitoring Learning and Teaching: The Case of Flanders, Belgium
- Connections between Mathematics and Arts & Culture: An exploratory Study with Teachers in a South African school
- Mathematical Competitions for University Students
- Internet Mathematical Olympiads
- Essential Ingredients that form the basis for Mathematical Learning: What has 20 years of teaching mathematics to teenagers taught me?
- Exploring mathematical identity as a tool for self-reflection amongst pre-service primary school teachers: “I think you have to be able to explain something in about 100 different ways”
- Recognising Torres Strait Islander Women’s Knowledges in their Children’s Mathematics Education
- Proportional Reasoning Models in Developing Mathematics Education Curricula for Prospective Elementary School Teachers
- Modelling in Mathematics and Informatics: How Should the Elevators Travel so that Chaos Will Stop?
- MATRICES AND ROUTING
- Mathematics Professional Learning Communities: Opportunities and Challenges in an Elementary School Context
- Impact on Student Achievement of Teacher Participation in K-8 Mathematics Professional Development
- One mathematical formula in the science textbook: looking into innovative potential of interdisciplinary mathematics teaching
- THE ROLE OF THE MUSIC TO LEARN GEOMETRICAL TRANSFORMATIONS
- A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Algebra 1 Students’ Achievement
- Can Early Algebra lead non-proficient students to a better arithmetical understanding?
- Problems to put students in a role close to a mathematical researcher
- Toward Calculus via Real-time Measurements
- Problem Fields in Elementary Arithmetic
- Disrupting linear models of mathematics teaching|learning
- Modelling tasks for learning, teaching, testing and researching
- Transcribing an Animation: The case of the Riemann Sums
- Each and Every Student: The Stamford, Connecticut Model for Change in Mathematics
- Folding the circle in half is a text book of information
- CAS and calculation competence of students
- Using Data Modeling at the Elementary Level to Make Sense of Doing Mathematics and Science
- The use of notebooks in mathematics instruction. What is manageable? What should be avoided? A field report after 10 years of CAS-application
- Community Engagement: Home School Partnership
- Modelling the Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Mathematics Education: Teacher and Lecturer Perspectives
- Linking Teachers and Mathematicians: The AWM Teacher Partnership Program
- Project work Is the Legacy of Ancient Greece and Rome really the Cradle of European Civilization?
- A Model to Develop Mathematics Education: Modify the Public Traditional Perceptions of Mathematics-Case of UAE Schools’ Principals
- A Four Phase Model for Predicting the Probabilistic Situation of Compound Events
- From a textbook to an e-learning course (E-learning or e-book?)
- Reflections on an Initiative to Improve Junior Secondary School Pupils’ Understanding of Number
- Preventing ‘Pushing for Privileged Passage’: A study of a charter school working to step back from tracking
- Creating and Utilizing Online Assignments in a Calculus Class
- Understanding Quadratic Functions Using Real World Problems and IT
- Individual Approaches in Rich Learning Situations Material-based Learning with Pinboards
- Does the parameter represent a fundamental concept of linear algebra?
- Using the Media as a Means to Develop Students’ Statistical Concepts
- A program for reducing teacher's resistance to changes in curriculum in centralized education systems. An experience on changes of mathematics text books in Iran based on distinction results
- Professional Development for Mathematics Teachers Through Lesson Study
- An apt perspective of analysis
- Models for harnessing the Internet in mathematics education
- Cryptography and number theory in the classroom -- Contribution of cryptography to mathematics teaching
- Using History to Teach Mathematics
- The use of technology to motivate, to present and to deepen the comprehension of math
- Experience with solving real-life math problems in DQME II project
- Workshop: Some interesting math problems for high school students solved by graphic calculators CASIO
- Good classroom practice – how a new journal supports this
- Accompanying “in-service teaching” internships of prospective mathematics teachers – a model for encouraging exchange between theory and practice using the triple coaching approach
- The influence of localization and materialization of mathematics activities on the indigenous first grade students’ learning effects: Two assessment results
- Interactive PDF Documents in Math Education Focused on Tests for Differential Equations
- Helping a Young Child Connect Fact Family Addition and Subtraction using Tools
- The van Hiele Phases of Learning in studying Cube Dissection
- Elementary Students’ Construction of Proportional Reasoning Problems: Using Writing to Generalize Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics
- How to teach modeling in mathematics classrooms? The implementation of modeling tasks. Comparing learning arrangements and teacher methods with respect to student’s activities
- A Collaborative Model for Calculus Reform—A Preliminary Report
- Changes in the North Carolina Mathematics Curriculum: A Comparative Study, 1920s, 1930’s with 2003
- Bridging the gap between technology design and school practice: a specific experiment within the ReMath Project
- The Effect of Rephrasing Word Problems on the Achievements of Arab Students in Mathematics
- OPEN-ENDED APPROACH TO TEACHING AND LEARNING OF HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
- Mathematics and Mathematics Education Development in Finland: the impact of curriculum changes on IEA, IMO and PISA results
- A class practice to improve student’s attitude towards mathematics
- Identifying Modelling Tasks
- Paper&Pencil Skills in the 21st Century, a Dichotomy?
- HOW TO SOLVE IT
- Tasks for tests and A-levels using CAS
- Models of Mathematics Curriculum Development in Egypt
- TO TEACH COMBINATORICS, USING SELECTED PROBLEMS
- Modelling Geometric Concepts Via Pop-Up Engineering
- Exploring the mathematics that children read in the world: A case study of Grade 8 learners in a South African School
- On Teaching Quality Improvement of a Mathematical Topic Using Artificial Neural Networks Modeling (With a Case Study)
- New Forms of Assessment in the South African Curriculum Assessment Guidelines: What Powers do Teachers Hold?
- Investigating Elementary Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Geometry: The Case of Classification of Quadrilaterals
- Mathematics Teacher TPACK Standards and Revising Teacher Preparation
- Balancing the Use of Technology and Traditional Approaches in Teaching Mathematics within Business Courses
- Chapter-spanning Review: Teaching Method for Networking in Math Lessons
- Students’ knowledge of Application of Mathematics – From Diagnostics to Innovations
- From Physical Model To Proof For Understanding Via DGS: Interplay Among Environments
- Using ClassPad-technology in the education of students of electrical engineering (Fourier- and Laplace-Transformation)
- Reflective practices – a means to instil a deep learning approach to mathematics or another time consuming fad?
- A Discussion of different teaching strategies adopted during a Statistics tutorial
- The Learning of Mathematics for Limited English Proficient Learners: Preparation of Doctoral Level Candidates
- Cooperative Learning and Peer Tutoring to Promote Students’ Mathematics Education
- Building leadership capacity in the development and sharing of mathematics learning resources, across disciplines, across universities
- The use of visualization for learning and teaching mathematics
- CLEARNESS AS A PRINCIPLE OF THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS
- Creative mathematical activity of the students in the model of differentiated teaching in Russian Federation
- Innovations in Podcasting and Screencasting Course Materials To Bring Mathematics to Life
- Concept Literacy in Mathematics and Science: experiences with the development and use of a multilingual resource book in Xhosa, Zulu, English and Afrikaans in South Africa
- Single Sex Mathematics Classes: A Critical Analysis of the Impact at a Secondary School
- Visual Modeling of Integrated Constructs in Mathematics As the Base of Future Teacher Creativity
- Using Technology to Discover and Explore Linear Functions and Encourage Linear Modeling
- Virtual Manipulatives: Design-based Countermeasures to Selected Potential Hazards
- Teaching for the objectification of the Pythagorean Theorem
- Mathematics education reform:The role of coherence within the complexity of change
- Mathematics games: Time wasters or time well spent?
- On Evaluation Problem of the Quality of Educational Models
- HOW CAN A SYSTEM WITH NO PUBLIC EXAMS BE FAIR?
- Teaching Mathematics in Eniaio Lykeio (Unified Upper-Secondary Education) with the use of New Technologies
- Math lessons for the thinking classrooms
- A Stochastic Model for the Process of Learning
- Developing explanatory compentencies in teacher education
- Improving Student Interest, Mathematical Skills, and Future Success through Implementation of Novel Mathematics Bridge Course for High School Seniors and Post-secondary Students
- Family Maths and Complexity Theory
- Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint and Elementary Views on Advanced Mathematics
- DeltaTick: Applying Calculus to the Real World through Behavioral Modeling
- Algebraic Thinking- More to Do with Why, Than X and Y
- A New Pedagogical Model for Teaching Arithmetic
- Solids of Revolution – from the Integration of a given Function to the Modelling of a Problem with the help of CAS and GeoGebra
- A way of computer use in mathematics teaching -The effectiveness that visualization brings-
- Using physical experiments in mathematics lessons to introduce mathematical concepts
- A Paper Accepted for the Proceedings but not Presented at the Conference

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### Kurzfassung in Englisch

This volume contains the papers presented at the International Conference on “Models in Developing Mathematics Education” held from September 11-17, 2009 at The University of Applied Sciences, Dresden, Germany. The Conference was organized jointly by The University of Applied Sciences and The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project - a non-commercial international educational project founded in 1986. The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project is dedicated to the improvement of mathematics education world-wide through the publication and dissemination of innovative ideas. Many prominent mathematics educators have supported and contributed to the project, including the late Hans Freudental, Andrejs Dunkels and Hilary Shuard, as well as Bruce Meserve and Marilyn Suydam, Alan Osborne and Margaret Kasten, Mogens Niss, Tibor Nemetz, Ubi D’Ambrosio, Brian Wilson, Tatsuro Miwa, Henry Pollack, Werner Blum, Roberto Baldino, Waclaw Zawadowski, and many others throughout the world. Information on our project and its future work can be found on Our Project Home Page http://math.unipa.it/~grim/21project.htm

It has been our pleasure to edit all of the papers for these Proceedings. Not all papers are about research in mathematics education, a number of them report on innovative experiences in the classroom and on new technology. We believe that “mathematics education” is fundamentally a “practicum” and in order to be “successful” all new materials, new ideas and new research must be tested and implemented in the classroom, the real “chalk face” of our discipline, and of our profession as mathematics educators. These Proceedings begin with a Plenary Paper and then the contributions of the Principal Authors in alphabetical name order. We sincerely thank all of the contributors for their time and creative effort. It is clear from the variety and quality of the papers that the conference has attracted many innovative mathematics educators from around the world. These Proceedings will therefore be useful in reviewing past work and looking ahead to the future.

### weitere Metadaten

alternativer Titel(Englisch) | The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project |

Schlagwörter(Deutsch) | Methodik in der Mathematik, Didaktik, Proceedings einer Konferenz mit verschiedenen spezifischen Inhalten, Mathematikausbildung, allgemeine Themen in der Mathematikausbildung, Bildungspolitik und Bildungswesen, Psychologie und Forschung in der Mathematikausbildung, Ausbildung und Unterricht in Mathematik |

Schlagwörter(Englisch) | Methodology of mathematics, didactics, Proceedings of conference of miscellaneous specific interest, mathematics education, General topics in educational mathematics, Educational policy and educational systems, Psychology of and research in mathematics education, Education and instruction in mathematics |

DDC Klassifikation | 510 |

RVK Klassifikation | SD 2009 |

Institution(en) | |

Hochschule | HTW Dresden |

Fakultät | Informatik, Mathematik |

Herausgeber | Prof. Dr. Ludwig Paditz Dr. Alan Rogerson |

Dokumententyp | Proceedings |

Sprache | Englisch |

Erstveröffentlichungjahr der Druckausgabe | 2009 |

Veröffentlichungsdatum (online) | 28.03.2012 |

persistente URN | urn:nbn:de:bsz:14-qucosa-79236 |

ISBN | 83-919465-9-2 |