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Non-linear functions in secondary school of lower qualification level (German Hauptschule). (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 251-257 (2007).
Classification: I23 C73 D43
121
On the solution to octic equations. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 193-209 (2007).
Classification: H20
122
Erratum: An improvement on the article Taxi Cab Geometry: History and Applications, TMME, Vol 2, no.~1, p. 38‒64. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 115-127 (2007).
Classification: G90
123
A hexagon result and its generalization via proof. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 188-192 (2007).
Classification: G40 R20 E50
124
Objective truth versus human understanding in mathematics and in chess. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 140-153 (2007).
Classification: D20
125
Introduction of a new construct: The conceptual tool “Flexibility”. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 230-250 (2007).
Classification: C70 D40 U50 R20
126
The need for an inclusive framework for students’ thinking in school geometry. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 73-83 (2007).
Classification: C33 G43 H23
127
The interplay of processing efficiency and working memory with the development of metacognitive performance in mathematics. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 31-52 (2007).
Classification: C32 D20
128
Mathematics Education and Neurosciences: relating spatial structures to the development of spatial sense and number sense. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 210-229 (2007).
Classification: C31 C32
129
Learning mathematics with understanding: a critical consideration of the learning principle in the principles and standards for school mathematics. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 103-114 (2007).
Classification: C30 D30
130
Adult students’ reasoning in geometry: teaching mathematics through collaborative problem solving in teacher education. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 1-30 (2007).
Classification: B50 D40
131
Looking back at the beginning: Critical thinking in solving unrealistic problems. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 258-265 (2007).
Classification: B50 D50
132
Today’s mathematics students. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 1, 66-72 (2007).
Classification: A40 D30
133
The philosophy of mathematics, values and Keralese mathematics. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 4, No. 2, 174-187 (2007).
Classification: A30
134
Using manipulatives in mathematical problem solving: a performance-based analysis. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 184-193 (2006).
Classification: U62 D52 C72
135
A classification of strategies employed by high school students in isomorphic combinatorial problems. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 128-145 (2006).
Classification: K23 D53
136
How students conceive function: a triarchic conceptual-semiotic model of the understanding of a complex concept. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 256-272 (2006).
Classification: I25 C35
137
Sunrise.. sunset.. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 249-255 (2006).
Classification: F93 M63 K43
138
World-class high quality mathematics education for all K-12 American students. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 223-248 (2006).
Classification: D20 D60
139
The effects of blended e-learning on mathematics and computer attitudes in pre-calculus algebra. (English)
Mont. Math. Enthus. 3, No. 2, 176-183 (2006).
Classification: C70 C20 Q20
140

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