Beliefs and attitudes in mathematics education : new research results / Jürgen Maasz and Wolfgang Schlöglmann.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Maasz, Jürgen.
Other Authors: Schlöglmann, Wolfgang, 1944-
Format: Book
Published: Rotterdam : Sense publishers, c2009.
Online Access:Table of contents
Table of Contents:
  • Beliefs- No longer a hidden variable in mathematical teaching and learning processes /
  • Gerald Goldin, Bettina Rösken and Günter Törner
  • Affect, subject matter knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge: the case of a kindergarten teacher /
  • Pessia Tsamir and Dina Tirosh
  • Teachers' insights into the relationship between beliefs and practice /
  • Peter Liljedahl
  • Teacher domain-specific beliefs and their impact on mathematics education reform /
  • Julia M. Aguirre
  • Leading beliefs in the teaching proof /
  • Fulvia Furinghetti and Francesca Morselli
  • Fininsh elementary teachers' conceptions on problem solving in mathematics teaching /
  • Mikko Sivunen and Erkki Pehkonen
  • Emotional teaching methods in the elementary stage of percentage learning /
  • Regina Reinup
  • Competence-orientation in literature and in teachers' perception: implications for educational quality management and teacher education /
  • Andreas Schulz
  • Comparison of prospective and practicing teachers' mathematics efficacy beliefs regarding mathematics teaching and classroom management /
  • Mojeed K. Akinsola
  • An empirical study on beliefs of pre-service teachers /
  • Irene Part
  • "Mathematics is a bit difficult but you need it a lot": Estonian pupils' beliefs about mathematics /
  • Kirsti Kislenko
  • Influence of students' attitudes and beliefs on the ability of solving mathematical problems with irrelevant information /
  • Maria Cortas Nordlander and Edvard Nordlander
  • Negativity' and learner identity: Classroom tasks, the "minus sign" and classroom environments in English, French and German classrooms /
  • Birgit Pepin.