Mathematics Education In Different Cultural Traditions- A Comparative Study Of East Asia And The West
MARGARET WU, PARK KWNGMEE & LEUNG KOON SHING FREDERICK 153 Chapter 2-1: Some Comparative Studies between French and Vietnamese Curricula ANNIE BESSOT & CLAUDE COMITI 159 Chapter 2-2: An Overview of the Mathematics Curricula in the West and East MARGARET WU & ZHANG DIANZHOU 181 Chapter 2-3: Classification and Framing of Mathematical Knowledge in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Singapore, and the United States LI YEPING & MARK B. GINSBURG 195 Chapter 2-4: Comparative Study of Arithmetic Problems in Singaporean and American Mathematics Textbooks YEAP BAN-HAR; BEVERLY J. FERRUCCI & JACK A. CARTER 2 13 Chapter 2-5: A Comparative Study of the Mathematics Textbooks of China, England, Japan, Korea, and the United States PARK KYUNGMEE & LEUNG KOON SHING FREDERICK 227 Chapter 2-6: A Comparison of Mathematics Performance between East and West: What PISA and TIMSS Can Tell Us MARGARET WU 239 Chapter 2-7: Case Studies on Mathematics Assessment Practices in Australian and Chinese Primary Schools & ZHAO DA-CHENG; JOANNE MULLIGAN MICHAEL MITCHELMORE 26 1 Chapter 2-8: Philippine Perspective on the ICMI Comparative Study BIENVENIDO F. NEBRES, S. J. 277 Section 3: Teaching and Learning - Introduction COLETTE LABORDE Chapter 3-1: The TIMSS 1995 and 1999 Video Studies JOHANNA NEUBRAND Chapter 3-2: Proposal for a Framework to Analyse Mathematics Education in Eastern and Western Traditions GABRIELE KAISER, KEIKO HINO AND CHRISTINE KNIPPING Chapter 3-3: Cultural Diversity and the Learner's Perspective: Attending to Voice and Context DAVID CLARKE, YOSHINORI SHIMIZU, SOLEDAD A. ULEP, FLORENDA L.
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