Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparative Study of East Asia and the West.- Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparative Study of East Asia and the West.- Research on Affect in Mathematics Education: A Reconceptualisation.- Mathematics Education in East Asia and the West: Does Culture Matter?.- Context of Mathematical Education.- A Traditional Aspect of Mathematics Education in Japan.- From Wasan to Yozan.- Perceptions of Mathematics and Mathematics Education in the Course of History - A Review of Western Perspectives.- Historical Topics as Indicators for the Existence of Fundamentals in Educational Mathematics.- From "Entering the Way" to "Exiting the Way": In Search of a Bridge to Span "Basic Skills" and "Process Abilities".- Practice Makes Perfect: A Key Belief in China.- The Origins of Pupils' Awareness of Teachers' Mathematics Pedagogical Values: Confucianism and Buddhism - Driven.- Curriculum.- Some Comparative Studies between French and Vietnamese Curricula.- An Overview of the Mathematics Curricula in the West and East.- Classification and Framing of Mathematical Knowledge in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Singapore, and the United States.- Comparative Study of Arithmetic Problems in Singaporean and American Mathematics Textbooks.- A Comparative Study of the Mathematics Textbooks of China, England, Japan, Korea, and the United States.- A Comparison of Mathematics Performance Between East and West: What PISA and TIMSS Can Tell Us.- Case Studies on Mathematics Assessment Practices in Australian and Chinese Primary Schools.- Philippine Perspective on the ICMI Comparative Study.- Teaching and Learning.- The TIMSS 1995 and 1999 Video Studies.- Proposal for a Framework to Analyse Mathematics Education in Eastern and Western Traditions.- Cultural Diversity and the Learner's Perspective: Attending to Voice and Context.- Mathematics Education in China: From a Cultural Perspective.- Mathematics Education and Information and Communication Technologies.- Cultural Awareness Arising from Internet Communication between Japanese and Australian Classrooms.- The International Distance Learning Activities of HSARUC.- Distance Learning between Japanese and German Classrooms.- Values and Beliefs.- Comparing Primary and Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Beliefs about Mathematics, Mathematics Learning and Mathematics Teaching in Hong Kong and Australia.- The Impact of Cultural Differences on Middle School Mathematics Teachers' Beliefs in the U.S. and China.- U.S. and Chinese Teachers' Cultural Values of Representations in Mathematics Education.- A Comparison of Mathematical Values Conveyed in Mathematics Textbooks in China and Australia.- Values and Classroom Interaction: Students' Struggle for Sense Making.- Trip for the Body, Expedition for the Soul: An Exploratory Survey of Two East Asian Teachers of Mathematics in Australia.- Conceptualising Pedagogical Values and Identities in Teacher Development.- Outlook and Conclusions.- Elements of a Semiotic Analysis of the Secondary Level Classroom in Japan.- Other Conventions in Mathematics and Mathematics Education.- What Comes After This Comparative Study - More Competitions or More Collaborations?.
Über den Autor
Frederick Leung is a professor of mathematics education at The University of Hong Kong, specializing in international comparison of curriculum, and the relationship between culture and mathematics teaching and learning
Klaus-D. Graf is a professor of computer science at Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany, specializing in applications in education and society
Francis Lopez-Real is a professor of mathematics education at The University of Hong Kong, specializing in problem-solving and dynamic geometry
Introduction.- Context of Mathematical Education.- Curriculum.- Teaching and Learning.- Values and Beliefs.- Outlook.
The idea of the ICMI Study 13 is outlined as follows: Education in any social environment is influenced in many ways by the traditions of these environments. This study brings together leading experts to research and report on mathematics education in a global context. Mathematics education faces a split phenomenon of difference and correspondence. A study attempting a comparison between mathematics education in different traditions will be helpful to understanding this phenomenon.
Under the auspices of the International Commission for Mathematical Instruction, Springer is the publisher of all Study Reports. ICMI Study 13 brings together leading experts from around the world to research and report on mathematics education in a global context