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Using mathematical games as contexts for rich assessment tasks. (English)
Gough, John et al., Mathematics: exploring all angles. , (ISBN 1-876308-72-9). 430-434 (1998).
Classification: D63
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Catering for a range of learners of mathematics: a multiple intelligences perspective. (English)
Gough, John et al., Mathematics: exploring all angles. , (ISBN 1-876308-72-9). 280-287 (1998).
Classification: C32
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Young children’s beliefs about the nature of mathematics. (English)
Olivier, Alwyn et al., 22. Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 22). Proceedings. Vol. 3. ,. 263-270 (1998).
Classification: C22
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"Mathematics" and "maths" - The same meaning?: Investigating one young child’s beliefs. (English)
Clarkson, P.C., Technology in mathematics education. , (ISBN 0-9596844-6-8). 375-382 (1996).
Classification: C23
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Accessing student affect: strategies and concerns. (English)
Bell, G. et al., Challenges in mathematics education: Constraints on construction. Vol. 2. , (ISBN 1-875855-04-1). 391-402 (1994).
Classification: C20
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Problem solving: the mathematics task approach. Sachrechnen - ein aufgabenorientierter Zugang. (English)
J. Sci. Math. Educ. Southeast Asia. (Jun 1991) v. 14(1) p. 33-38. [ISSN 0126-7663]
Classification: F73 F93 G33 D53
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The problems of the problem solving classroom. Probleme eines problemorientierten Unterrichts. (English)
Aust. Math. Teach. (Oct 1989) v. 45(3) p. 20-24. [ISSN 0045-0685]
Classification: D50 D30
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