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Learning and Teaching Number Theory : Research in Cognition and Instruction.

Author/Creator:
Campbell, Stephen R.
Publication:
Westport : Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 2001.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (244 pages)
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Subjects:
Number theory -- Study and teaching.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Intro
Contents
1 Toward Number Theory as a Conceptual Field
2 Coming to Terms with Division: Preservice Teachers' Understanding
3 Conceptions of Divisibility: Success and Understanding
4 Language of Number Theory: Metaphor and Rigor
5 Understanding Elementary Number Theory at the Undergraduate Level: A Semiotic Approach
6 Integrating Content and Process in Classroom Mathematics
7 Patterns of Thought and Prime Factorization
8 What Do Students Do with Conjectures? Preservice Teachers' Generalizations on a Number Theory Task
9 Generic Proofs in Number Theory
10 The Development of Mathematical Induction as a Proof Scheme: A Model for DNR-Based Instruction
11 Reflections on Mathematics Education Research Questions in Elementary Number Theory
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Contributors.
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Contributor:
Zazkis, Rina.
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Print version: Campbell, Stephen R. Learning and Teaching Number Theory
ISBN:
9780313016035
9781567506525
OCLC:
929144461