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DefinitionsUpDw('Definitions','-Abz-');

1. Mathematics is a formal body of knowledge defined by axioms and derived theorems.
2. Mathematics is similar to other sciences because it is a rigorous, structured study (of topics such as quantity, structure, space, and change).
3. Mathematics is a key element in early education. (Web site)
4. Mathematics: The newsgroup sci.math.
5. Mathematics is the tool for analyzing and researching the data of science.

AlgebraUpDw('ALGEBRA','-Abz-');

1. Too many elementary math programs are arithmetic programs, not mathematics curricula.
2. Browse free math review materials in topics ranging from Algebra to differential equations on SOS Mathematics.
3. Mathematics encompasses arithmetic, measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, probability and other fields. (Web site)
4. Probability and statistics are the mathematics used to understand chance and to collect, organize, describe, and analyze numerical data. (Web site)
5. In grades 7-8, mathematics is integrated to include topics in geometry and algebra each year. (Web site)

MethodUpDw('METHOD','-Abz-');

1. Mathematics and the scientific method Mathematics is essential to many sciences.
2. Cryptology is the branch of mathematics that studies the mathematical foundations of cryptographic methods.

DiscreteUpDw('DISCRETE','-Abz-');

1. A very new topic in mathematics A is `Discrete Dynamic Modeling'. (Web site)
2. Combinatorics is a branch of pure mathematics concerning the study of discrete (and usually finite) objects. (Web site)

MathematicsUpDw('MATHEMATICS','-Abz-');

1. Institute of Education, University of London and Science, Technology and Mathematics Council.
2. Subjects taught in Chinese are: Chinese Language Arts, Mathematics, Art, Health, and Physical Education.
3. And like all mathematics, it involves numbers, equations, and logic.
4. It integrates the teaching of language with content area instruction in mathematics, science and social studies and literature.
5. Products designed for a mathematics curriculum by an educator and mathematician.

Language ArtsUpDw('LANGUAGE_ARTS','-Abz-');

1. Textbooks, Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science.
2. Initially three core content areas, Reading, English/Language Arts, and Mathematics, will be tested.
3. Core curriculum includes mathematics, science, social studies, language arts, spelling, handwriting, and health.

Mathematics EducationUpDw('MATHEMATICS_EDUCATION','-Abz-');

1. Journal for Research in = Mathematics Education, Monograph number 5. (Web site)
2. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. Vol.23 No.5 pp. 413-431. (Web site)
3. International Journal of Mathematics Education in Science and Technology, 30, 207-213. (Web site)

NaturalUpDw('NATURAL','-Abz-');

1. Gi-: Philosophical magazine or annals of chemistry, mathematics, astronomy, natural history. (Web site)
2. Throughout the Middle Ages, the natural philosophy and mathematics of the Ancient Greeks and Persians were furthered and preserved within Persia.

StudentsUpDw('STUDENTS','-Abz-');

1. Graph Theory is the branch of mathematics that involves the study of graphs. (Web site)
2. Newton extended Descartes' mathematics by inventing calculus (contemporaneously with Leibniz).
3. The results generally indicate that classroom learning environment is related to students' Satisfaction in mathematics classes.
4. Finally, the study has practical implications about how to change mathematics classroom environments in order to enhance student satisfaction.
5. First, as this study involved only Form 2 junior high school mathematics students in Brunei Darussalam, findings might not apply to other groups of students.

School MathematicsUpDw('SCHOOL_MATHEMATICS','-Abz-');

1. Curriculum and evaluation standards for school mathematics. Reston, VA: NCTM.
2. School Mathematics Project - Textbooks and other teaching materials for the UK secondary age range and in-service courses for teachers.
3. BROWN, M. (1972) Review of W. Servais and T. Varga (eds), Teaching School Mathematics, a UNESCO Source Book (London: Penguin, 1971), 4 (2), 187-188. (Web site)

InstructionUpDw('INSTRUCTION','-Abz-');

1. Reforming Mathematics Instruction for ESL Literacy Students.
2. Montague, M. (1995). Cognitive instruction and mathematics: Implications for students with learning disorders.

Mathematics TeachingUpDw('MATHEMATICS_TEACHING','-Abz-');

1. Numeracy arises out of effective mathematics teaching.
2. Davis, B. (1997). Listening for differences: An evolving conception of mathematics teaching.
3. Forty-two of the items were related to students’ beliefs about mathematics, mathematics teaching and self, as well as attitudes towards the subject.

Discrete MathematicsUpDw('DISCRETE_MATHEMATICS','-Abz-');

1. Richard Feynman said "Mathematics is not real, but it feels real.
2. In either case, the fact that mathematics is such a useful tool in describing the universe is a central issue in the philosophy of mathematics.
3. Mathematics is perfect; reality is subjective.
4. Discrete mathematics is a very broad area in mathematics. (Web site)
5. Graphs are an important model for many problems in discrete mathematics. (Web site)

Foreign LanguageUpDw('FOREIGN_LANGUAGE','-Abz-');

1. School Mathematics for Language Enriched Pupils. W.G. Secada, 1998.
2. There are games for a variety of subjects including foreign languages, mathematics, science, history, and geography.

PhysicsUpDw('PHYSICS','-Abz-');

1. Saxon Publishers - K-12 mathematics, phonics, and physics.
2. English, Chichewa, French, Art, History, Biology, Physical Science, Mathematics, Bible Knowledge, Home Economics , Geography, Chemistry and Physics.
3. Observing and collecting measurements, as well as hypothesizing and predicting, often require mathematical models and extensive use of mathematics.
4. Others do not see mathematics as a science, since it does not require experimental test of its theories and hypotheses.
5. Thus they study mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and mechanics.

National CouncilUpDw('NATIONAL_COUNCIL','-Abz-');

1. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston, VA, 1981. ED 200 425.
2. NCTM Standards See this site for a complete listing of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards.

Secondary SchoolUpDw('SECONDARY_SCHOOL','-Abz-');

1. Cobb, P. (1991). Reconstructing Elementary School = Mathematics. (Web site)
2. The Malaysian secondary school mathematics curriculum is based on the constructivist approach.
3. C. Compute and estimate using mental mathematics, paper-and-pencil methods, calculators and computers. (Web site)
4. Exploration of mathematical concepts for the purpose of improving the teaching of secondary-school mathematics. (Web site)

EdsUpDw('EDS','-Abz-');

1. Nunes, T., Schliemann, A. D., and Carraher, D. W. (1993) Street mathematics and school mathematics. Cambridge University Press.
2. In C. Hoyles, C. Morgan and G. Woodhouse (eds), Rethinking the Mathematics Curriculum. London: Falmer. (Web site)
3. In: Alsina, C. et al., (eds)., Selected Lectures of 8th International Conference on Mathematics Education, Seville, SAEM 'Thales' , 257-69. (Web site)
4. COCKCROFT, W. H. (1984) Review of A. G. Howson, A History of Mathematics Education in England (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982), 16 (1), 103. (Web site)

PsychologyUpDw('PSYCHOLOGY','-Abz-');

1. Skemp, R. (1987). The psychology of learning mathematics.
2. In I. Hirabayashi, N. Nohda, K. Shigematsu and F.-L. Lin (eds.) Psychology of Mathematics Education, PME XVII, pp. 154 - 161. Tsukuba: University of Tsukuba. (Web site)

ErnestUpDw('ERNEST','-Abz-');

1. Ernest, P. (1998). Social constructivism as a = philosophy of mathematics. (Web site)
2. A Bibliography of Mathematics Education - Paul Ernest, University of Exeter, U.K. (Web site)

TeachersUpDw('TEACHERS','-Abz-');

1. FLOYD, P. J. (1969) Review of Glasgow Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics for Schools: A Modern Approach (Slough, UK: Foulsham, 1967), 1 (2), 184-186. (Web site)
2. Gutiérrez, R. (in press). Enabling the practice of mathematics teachers: Towards a new equity research agenda. Mathematical Thinking and Learning.

Classroom EnvironmentUpDw('CLASSROOM_ENVIRONMENT','-Abz-');

1. Overall, the results suggest that the mathematics classroom environment was perceived more favourably by boys than by girls.
2. To describe the classroom environment of mathematics classes in Brunei Darussalam, descriptive analysis, based on students- responses to the MCI, were used.

AppliedUpDw('APPLIED','-Abz-');

1. Finite Mathematics and Applied Calculus Resource Page - Finite Mathematics.
2. An analogous distinction can be applied to mathematics which suggests the following question. (Web site)

EducationUpDw('EDUCATION','-Abz-');

1. The Math Forum is a leading center for mathematics and mathematics education on the Internet.
2. One of the goals of mathematics education is that students learn how to construct formulas by themselves. (Web site)
3. At senior secondary education there are different streams of mathematics education in the Netherlands. (Web site)
4. This site contains standards in language arts, mathematics, physical education and health.

ProblemUpDw('PROBLEM','-Abz-');

1. Over 100 challenging mathematics problems in five sets ranging from upper primary level to upper secondary.
2. Mathematical Puzzling will encourage an intuitive and investigative approach to problem solving in mathematics.
3. In the Mathematics Learning Area, students learn about mathematics, what it is and how it is used in making decisions and solving problems.

AssessmentUpDw('ASSESSMENT','-Abz-');

1. Mathematics assessment viewed as an ongoing part of instruction. (Web site)
2. EEDUC 5110 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Mathematics 3 cr.
3. National Assessment of Educational Progress, 1996 National Mathematics Results.
4. This report is the first release of results from the NAEP 1996 assessment in mathematics. (Web site)
5. Additional topics from number theory and mathematics history facilitate critical examination of K-12 curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. (Web site)

Social SciencesUpDw('SOCIAL_SCIENCES','-Abz-');

1. Mathematics is most prevalent in physics, but less so in chemistry, biology, and some social sciences.
2. Both use mathematics and classification criteria to analyze and communicate observations.
3. In general, mathematics is classified as formal science, while natural and social sciences are classified as empirical sciences. (Web site)
4. Mathematics is fundamental to the understanding of the natural sciences and the social sciences, all of which rely heavily on statistics.

IslamicUpDw('ISLAMIC','-Abz-');

1. An important figure of Islamic mathematics was (c.
2. He gave a geometric solution to Cubic Equation s, one of the most original discoveries in Islamic mathematics.
3. In many respects, the mathematics studied today is far closer in style to that of Islamic mathematics than to that of Hellenistic Mathematics .

ScienceUpDw('SCIENCE','-Abz-');

1. Mathematics and computer science reside under "Q" in the Library of Congress classification, along with all else we now call science.
2. Engineers use their knowledge of science, mathematics, and appropriate experience to find suitable solutions to a problem.
3. Engineering is considered a branch of applied mathematics and science.
4. CS departments with a mathematics emphasis and with a numerical orientation consider alignment computational science.
5. Mathematics as a whole is vital to the sciences --- indeed, major advances in mathematics have often led to major advances in other sciences.

ImportantUpDw('IMPORTANT','-Abz-');

1. The most important function of mathematics in science is the role it plays in the expression of scientific models.
2. For marine biological careers, preparatory courses in basic biology, zoology, chemistry, physics, biometrics, mathematics, and statistics are important.
3. Euler developed many important concepts and proved numerous lasting theorems in diverse areas of mathematics, from calculus to number theory to topology. (Web site)

CurriculumUpDw('CURRICULUM','-Abz-');

1. Books about Schooling Curriculum Mathematics.
2. Development of secondary mathematics curriculum materials in Boxer.
3. The mathematics curriculum prepares the students to complete Algebra I in eighth grade.
4. Later, these same manipulatives can be used in the mathematics curriculum (see Hands On Math, below).
5. Recent developments in educational thinking and practice which have affected the curriculum in mathematics. (Web site)

1. Three volumes (elementary, middle grades, and high school mathematics).
2. Zaslavsky, C. (1991). Multicultural mathematics education for the middle grades.- Arithmetic Teacher, 38: 18-21.

Mathematics ConceptsUpDw('MATHEMATICS_CONCEPTS','-Abz-');

1. Test 5: Mathematics Computation.
2. Test 6: Mathematics Concepts and Applications.
3. Mathematically Sane Advocates of rational reform of school mathematics. (Web site)
4. Proceedings of the Conference on Justifying and Proving in School Mathematics. (Web site)
5. Additional topics from discrete mathematics, history and philosophy of geometry and fractal geometries. (Web site)

Primary MathematicsUpDw('PRIMARY_MATHEMATICS','-Abz-');

1. In: I. Thompson (ed), Enhancing Primary Mathematics Teaching. (Web site)
2. It focuses on the processes and development of Yup'ik culturally based mathematics.
3. Primary mathematics education; ethnomathematics; history of mathematics; use of Logo.
4. Hirst, K. E. (1996), Changes in A-level Mathematics from 1996. University of Southampton. (Web site)
5. Hiebert, J. (1986). Conceptual and procedural knowledge: The case of mathematics. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

StudiesUpDw('STUDIES','-Abz-');

1. Educational Studies in Mathematics 18. pp 243-253. (Web site)
2. Literature, Mathematics, Science, Computers, History and Social & Political studies.
3. Gerdes, P. (1988). On culture, geometrical thinking and mathematics education. Educational Studies in Mathematics. 19(3): 137-162.

FennemaUpDw('FENNEMA','-Abz-');

1. The Fennema-Sherman Mathematics Attitudes Scales.
2. In E. Fennema & G. Leder (Eds.),Mathematics and gender, (pp. 60-95).- NY: -Teachers College Press.
3. Brown, M. (1996) The context of the research - the evolution of the National Curriculum for mathematics. (Web site)

MathUpDw('MATH','-Abz-');

1. Everyday Math offers children a broad background in mathematics.
2. mathsget is an educational website. (Web site)
3. Improving the mathematics education of all students is worthwhile.
4. ICME 7 - 7th International Congress in Mathematics Education (1992).
5. C. Enculturation and acculturation in mathematics education research.

Learning MathematicsUpDw('LEARNING_MATHEMATICS','-Abz-');

1. H. Social contexts for teaching and learning mathematics.
2. In Watson, A. (Ed), Situated cognition and the learning of mathematics.
3. Good teaching and learning of mathematics recognizes that children come to school with a wealth of mathematical knowledge.
4. Nesher, P. (1986). Are mathematical understanding and algorithmic performance related? For the Learning of Mathematics, 6(3), 2-8.

CountsUpDw('COUNTS','-Abz-');

1. Everybody Counts: A Report to the Nation on the Future of Mathematics Education.
2. Geography 116 counts toward the general distribution requirement in mathematics and natural science.

WalkerdineUpDw('WALKERDINE','-Abz-');

1. Walkerdine, V. (1998).-Counting girls out:- Girls and mathematics .- Bristol, PA:- Falmer Press.
2. Walden, R. and Walkerdine, V. (1985), Girls and Mathematics: from primary to secondary schooling. (Web site)

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