Everyday matters in science and mathematics : studies of complex classroom events /

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Nemirovsky, Ricardo, 1951-
Format: Book
Published: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.
Table of Contents:
  • "Why would run be in speed?" Artifacts and situated actions in a curricular plan / Stephen Monk
  • Mathematical places / Ricardo Nemirovsky
  • Developing concepts of justification and proof in a sixth-grade classroom / Carrie Valentine, Thomas P. Carpenter, and Margaret Pligge
  • "Everyday" and "scientific": rethinking dichotomies in modes of thinking in science learning / Beth Warren, Mark Ogonowski, Suzanne Pothier
  • Mathematics behind the graph: discussions of data / Kay McClain
  • Creating mathematics stories: learning to explain in a third-grade classroom / Ellice Forman and Ellen Ansell
  • Instructional contexts that support students' transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning: elements of tasks and culture / Maria L. Blanton and James J. Kaput
  • Constructing a learning environment that promotes reinvention / Els Fejis
  • Involving students in realistic scientific practice: strategies for laying epistemological groundwork / Jennifer L. Cartier [et al.]
  • "What are we going to do next?": lesson planning as a resource for teaching / Ann S. Rosebery
  • Exploration zones: a framework for describing the emergent structure of learning activities / Bruce L. Sherin, Fl⡶io S. Azevedo, and Andrea A. diSessa.