This book is divided into seven chapters including: a broad overview of mathematical cognition; development of mathematical cognition; working memory, automaticity and mathematical problem solving; mathematical problem solving; and methematical learning disabilities.The State Board of Education contracted with NOTE to perform a study aquot;to locate high quality research about achievement ... In one case which received front page coverage in the Los Angeles Times, a critic of the California math standards ... One of the signal events of 1999 was the release of Liping Maa#39;s book, Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (Ma, 1999). ... Of the U.S. teachers, 12 were participating in an NSF-sponsored program whose aquot;goal was to prepare excellentanbsp;...

Title | : | Mathematical Cognition |

Author | : | James M. Royer |

Publisher | : | IAP - 2003 |

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