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The Resource Defining mathematics education : presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ; Francis (Skip) Fennell, seventy-fifth yearbook editor ; William R. Speer, general yearbook editor

Defining mathematics education : presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ; Francis (Skip) Fennell, seventy-fifth yearbook editor ; William R. Speer, general yearbook editor

Label
Defining mathematics education : presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook
Title
Defining mathematics education
Title remainder
presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook
Statement of responsibility
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ; Francis (Skip) Fennell, seventy-fifth yearbook editor ; William R. Speer, general yearbook editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume features nineteen chapters from previous yearbooks that discuss the critical issues, challenges, and innovations that mathematics educators have faced over the past eight decades. It also lists (p. 5-7) all seventy-five previous NCTM yearbooks including issue number, year of publication, title, and editor
Member of
Cataloging source
EXG
Dewey number
510.710973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Yearbook
Series volume
75th
Label
Defining mathematics education : presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ; Francis (Skip) Fennell, seventy-fifth yearbook editor ; William R. Speer, general yearbook editor
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"This seventy-fifth volume will be the last in an illlustrious series. Beginning next year, a new publication titled Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education (APME) will be issued by NCTM to replace the production of annual yearbooks"--P. vii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Harold P. Fawcett
  • Twenty-first yearbook (1953).
  • Theories of learning related to the field of mathematics
  • Howard F. Fehr
  • Thirty-first yearbook (1969).
  • The history of mathematics as a teaching tool
  • Phillip S. Jones
  • Thirty-second yearbook (1970).
  • The goals of history : issues and forces
  • Phillip S. Jones and Arthur F. Coxford Jr.
  • First yearbook (1926).
  • Thirty-third yearbook (1970).
  • Concepts
  • Kenneth B. Henderson
  • Thirty-fifth yearbook (1972).
  • Adjustment of instruction (elementary school)
  • Charlotte Junge
  • Thirty-eighth yearbook (1976).
  • Estimation as part of learning to measure
  • George W. Bright
  • Forty-second yearbook (1980).
  • On the foundations of mathematics
  • Posing problems properly
  • Thomas Butts
  • Forty-fifth yearbook (1983).
  • Problem solving as a focus : how? when? whose responsibility
  • Peggy A. House, Martha L. Wallace, and Mary A. Johnson
  • Forty-ninth yearbook (1987).
  • Geometry for calculus readiness
  • Richard H. Balomenos, Joan Ferrini-Mundy, and Thomas Dick
  • Fiftieth yearbook (1988).
  • Conceptions of school algebra and uses of variables
  • Eliakim Hastings Moore
  • Zalman Usiskin
  • Fifty-ninth yearbook (1997).
  • Students' voices : African Americans and mathematics
  • Erica N. Walker and Leah P. McCoy
  • Sixtieth yearbook (1998).
  • What is an algorithm? What is an answer?
  • Stephen B. Maurer
  • Teaching mental algorithms constructively
  • Alistair McIntosh
  • Sixty-first yearbook (1999).
  • A general survey of the progress of mathematics in our high schools in the last twenty-five years
  • Twenty questions about mathematical reasoning
  • Lynn Arthur Steen
  • Sixty-fourth yearbook (2002).
  • Using manipulative models to build number sense for addition of fractions
  • Kathleen Cramer and Apryl Henry
  • Examining dimensions of fraction operation sense
  • DeAnn Huinker
  • Sixty-eighth yearbook (2006).
  • Some important comparisons between statistics and mathematics, and why teachers should care
  • Allan Rossman, Beth Chance, and Elsa Medina
  • David Eugene Smith
  • Sixty-ninth yearbook (2007).
  • Examining school mathematics through the lenses of learning and equity
  • Celia Rousseau Anderson
  • Thirteenth yearbook (1938).
  • The general nature of the problem
  • A description of procedures
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 410 pages
Isbn
9780873537384
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn842963426
  • (OCoLC)ocn859662983
Label
Defining mathematics education : presidential yearbook selections 1926-2012 : seventy-fifth yearbook, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics ; Francis (Skip) Fennell, seventy-fifth yearbook editor ; William R. Speer, general yearbook editor
Publication
Copyright
Note
"This seventy-fifth volume will be the last in an illlustrious series. Beginning next year, a new publication titled Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education (APME) will be issued by NCTM to replace the production of annual yearbooks"--P. vii
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Harold P. Fawcett
  • Twenty-first yearbook (1953).
  • Theories of learning related to the field of mathematics
  • Howard F. Fehr
  • Thirty-first yearbook (1969).
  • The history of mathematics as a teaching tool
  • Phillip S. Jones
  • Thirty-second yearbook (1970).
  • The goals of history : issues and forces
  • Phillip S. Jones and Arthur F. Coxford Jr.
  • First yearbook (1926).
  • Thirty-third yearbook (1970).
  • Concepts
  • Kenneth B. Henderson
  • Thirty-fifth yearbook (1972).
  • Adjustment of instruction (elementary school)
  • Charlotte Junge
  • Thirty-eighth yearbook (1976).
  • Estimation as part of learning to measure
  • George W. Bright
  • Forty-second yearbook (1980).
  • On the foundations of mathematics
  • Posing problems properly
  • Thomas Butts
  • Forty-fifth yearbook (1983).
  • Problem solving as a focus : how? when? whose responsibility
  • Peggy A. House, Martha L. Wallace, and Mary A. Johnson
  • Forty-ninth yearbook (1987).
  • Geometry for calculus readiness
  • Richard H. Balomenos, Joan Ferrini-Mundy, and Thomas Dick
  • Fiftieth yearbook (1988).
  • Conceptions of school algebra and uses of variables
  • Eliakim Hastings Moore
  • Zalman Usiskin
  • Fifty-ninth yearbook (1997).
  • Students' voices : African Americans and mathematics
  • Erica N. Walker and Leah P. McCoy
  • Sixtieth yearbook (1998).
  • What is an algorithm? What is an answer?
  • Stephen B. Maurer
  • Teaching mental algorithms constructively
  • Alistair McIntosh
  • Sixty-first yearbook (1999).
  • A general survey of the progress of mathematics in our high schools in the last twenty-five years
  • Twenty questions about mathematical reasoning
  • Lynn Arthur Steen
  • Sixty-fourth yearbook (2002).
  • Using manipulative models to build number sense for addition of fractions
  • Kathleen Cramer and Apryl Henry
  • Examining dimensions of fraction operation sense
  • DeAnn Huinker
  • Sixty-eighth yearbook (2006).
  • Some important comparisons between statistics and mathematics, and why teachers should care
  • Allan Rossman, Beth Chance, and Elsa Medina
  • David Eugene Smith
  • Sixty-ninth yearbook (2007).
  • Examining school mathematics through the lenses of learning and equity
  • Celia Rousseau Anderson
  • Thirteenth yearbook (1938).
  • The general nature of the problem
  • A description of procedures
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 410 pages
Isbn
9780873537384
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn842963426
  • (OCoLC)ocn859662983

Library Locations

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