Eté 2015

Publications 2015

Simpson A. (2015) The anatomy of a mathematical proof: Implications for analyses with Toulmin’s scheme Educational Studies in Mathematics 90/1, 1-17.

Kazak S., Wegerif, R., Fujita T. (2015) The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics scheme Educational Studies in Mathematics 90/2, 105-120.

Weinberg A., Fukawa-Connelly T., Wiesner E. (2015) Characterizing instructor gestures in a lecture in a proof-based mathematics class Educational Studies in Mathematics 90/3, 233-258.

Weber K. and Mejia-Ramos J.P. (2015) On relative and absolute conviction in mathematics For the learning of mathematics 35/2, 15-21.

Stalvey H. E., Vidakovic D. (2015) Students’ reasoning about relationships between variables in a real-world problem The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 40B, 192-210.

Bailey A. L., Blackstock-Bernstein A., Heritage M. (2015) At the intersection of mathematics and language: Examining mathematical strategies and explanations by grade and English learner status The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 40A, 6-28.

Kay L. O’Halloran (2015) The language of learning mathematics: A multimodal perspective The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 40A, 63-74.

Sumpter L., Hedefalk M. (2015) Preschool children's collective mathematical reasoning during free outdoor play The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 39, 1-10.

Zazkis D, Weber K., Mejía-Ramos J-P (2015) Two proving strategies of highly successful mathematics majors The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 39, 11-27.

Samkoff A., Weber K. (2015) Lessons learned from an instructional intervention on proof comprehension The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 39, 28-50.

Savic M. (2015) The incubation effect: How mathematicians recover from proving impasses The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 39, 67-78.

Special Issue: ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3

Geometry in the primary school
Issue Editors: Nathalie Sinclair, Catherine D. Bruce
ISSN: 1863-9690 (Print) 1863-9704 (Online)

Sinclair N., Bruce C-D. (2015) New opportunities in geometry education at the primary school ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 319-329.

Bruce C-D., Hawes Z. (2015) The role of 2D and 3D mental rotation in mathematics for young children: what is it? Why does it matter? And what can we do about it? ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 331-343.

Heuvel-Panhuizen M., Elia I., Robitzsch A. (2015) Kindergartners’ performance in two types of imaginary perspective-taking ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 345-362.

Hallowell D-A., Okamoto Y., Romo L-F., La Joy J-R. (2015) First-graders’ spatial-mathematical reasoning about plane and solid shapes and their representations ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 363-375.

Moss J., Hawes Z., Naqvi S., Caswell B. (2015) Adapting Japanese Lesson Study to enhance the teaching and learning of geometry and spatial reasoning in early years classrooms: a case study ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 377-390.

Bartolini Bussi M-G., Baccaglini-Frank A. (2015) Geometry in early years: sowing seeds for a mathematical definition of squares and rectangles ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 391-405.

Kaur H. (2015) Two aspects of young children’s thinking about different types of dynamic triangles: prototypicality and inclusion ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 407-420.

Ng O-L., Sinclair N. (2015) Young children reasoning about symmetry in a dynamic geometry environment ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 421-434.

Soury-Lavergne S., Maschietto M. (2015) Articulation of spatial and geometrical knowledge in problem solving with technology at primary school ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 435-449.

Kotsopoulos D., Cordy M., Langemeyer M. (2015) Children’s understanding of large-scale mapping tasks: an analysis of talk, drawings, and gesture ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 451-463.

Thom J-S., McGarvey L-M. (2015) The act and artifact of drawing(s): observing geometric thinking with, in, and through children’s drawings ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 465-481.

Mamolo A., Ruttenberg-Rozen R., Whiteley W. (2015) Developing a network of and for geometric reasoning ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 483-496.

Tsamir P., Tirosh D., Levenson E., Barkai R., Tabach M. (2015) Early-years teachers’ concept images and concept definitions: triangles, circles, and cylinders ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 497-509.

Mulligan J. (2015) Looking within and beyond the geometry curriculum: connecting spatial reasoning to mathematics learning ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 511-517.

Dindyal J. (2015) Geometry in the early years: a commentary ZDM-International Journal on Mathematics Education 47/3, 519-529.

Langage, l'enseignement et l'apprentissage des mathématiques. Journées d’étude LEMME

5 - 6 Octobre 2015, Villeneuve d'Ascq

Dans le cadre du projet LEMME, deux nouvelles journées d'études portant sur le langage, l'enseignement et l'apprentissage des mathématiques, sont organisées.

Le projet LEMME s'est constitué il y a quelques années autour de l'idée qu'il nous nous était nécessaire de renforcer notre prise en compte de la thématique langagière (communicationnelle - discursive...) dans nos analyses en didactique des mathématiques. Cette nouvelle édition s'organisera autour de six conférences et deux ateliers, en laissant une part importante à l'étude d'approches vygotskiennes et de leurs apports  pour penser l'enseignement-apprentissage des mathématiques.

Vous pouvez trouver ici le programme et les résumés des interventions.

Editorial Board

Editors-in-chief – Bettina Pedemonte, Maria-Alessandra Mariotti
Associate Editors – Orly Buchbinder, Kirsti Hemmi, Mara Martinez
Redactor – Bettina Pedemonte
Scientific Board – Nicolas Balacheff, Paolo Boero, Daniel Chazan, Raymond Duval, Gila Hanna, Guershon Harel, Patricio Herbst, Celia Hoyles, Erica Melis, Michael Otte, Philippe Richard, Yasuhiro Sekiguchi, Michael de Villiers, Virginia Warfield