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by Lyn D. English

ePub Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners (Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning Series) download
Author:
Lyn D. English
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978-0805841022
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0805841024
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Routledge (May 14, 2004)
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Analogical reasoning is believed to be an efficient means of problem solving and construction of knowledge during . Educational Studies in Mathematics, 15, 105-127. Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners.

However, there is growing concern that despite everyday usage, learners are unable to transfer analogical reasoning to learning situations. This study aims at facilitating analogy use for conjecturing in discourse-rich mathematics classrooms. Analogical Reasoning and Mathematical Development.

The multifaceted analysis of young children's development of mathematical and analogical reasoning focuses on individual learners, their learning environments, and the interaction between the tw.

The multifaceted analysis of young children's development of mathematical and analogical reasoning focuses on individual learners, their learning environments, and the interaction between the two. The multidisciplinary team of authors present multiple perspectives and multiple methodologies, and provide valuable information on organizing and sustaining interdisciplinary and cross-cultural inquiry.

The relationship of teachers conceptions of mathematics and mathematics teaching to instructional practice English, Lyn (Ed): Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners, New Jersey.

The relationship of teachers conceptions of mathematics and mathematics teaching to instructional practice. Educational Studies in Mathematics. English, Lyn (Ed): Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 2004, 224 pages, ISBN 0-8058-4945-9.

Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners English . For this reason, the book contains over 60 mathematical tasks to provide.

Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners English (E. Mathematical Reasoning: Analogies, Metaphors, and Images Fennema/Nelson (Ed.  . It is impossible to learn mathematics without doing some mathematics, and it is also difficult to learn about the learning of mathematics without some intense work with mental images of mathematical tasks, learners, and classrooms. Throughout, we try to use a range of mathematics from elementary to tertiary. Mathematics Teachers in Transition Fennema/Romberg (Ed.

Analogical reasoning is a fundamental aspect of human cognition: People, even young children, engage spontaneously in analogical reasoning to make sense of unfamiliar situations. However, people often fail to use analogies productively, when the analogies are generated by someone other than themselves (. In metaphor-enhanced design approaches, the designer uses a specification (knowledge map) of the to-be-learned knowledge domain (the right-hand rectangle) to constrain, guide, and evaluate a game world system for alignment with that knowledge domain (left-hand rectangle).

Mathematical and analogical reasoning of young learners. English, Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning in Early Childhood. Alexander, M. Buehl, Seeing the Possibilities: Constructing and Validating Measures of Mathematical an. More). 7. View via Publisher. Introducing the Variable through Pattern Exploration. ,

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Mathematical and Analogical Reasoning of Young Learners provides foundational knowledge of the nature, development, and assessment of mathematical and analogical reasoning in young children. Reasoning is fundamental to understanding mathematics and is identified as one of the 10 key standards for school mathematics for the new millennium. The book draws on longitudinal and cross-cultural studies, conducted in the United States and Australia, of children's reasoning development as they progressed from preschool through the end of second grade. The multifaceted analysis of young children's development of mathematical and analogical reasoning focuses on individual learners, their learning environments, and the interaction between the two. The multidisciplinary team of authors present multiple perspectives and multiple methodologies, and provide valuable information on organizing and sustaining interdisciplinary and cross-cultural inquiry. Key issues addressed include: *the relationship between mathematical and analogical reasoning; *how changes in children's reasoning relate to the implicit instruction they receive in their classrooms; *analyses of the participating teachers' knowledge, beliefs, and practices with respect to mathematical and analogical reasoning of young learners; and *ways in which we might promote development of mathematical and analogical reasoning in young children. This volume is highly relevant for mathematics educators, researchers in mathematics education, educational psychologists, early childhood teachers, and others interested in mathematical development of young children, in particular, the development of their reasoning processes.