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Mathematical activities with a Geo-Board. Breaking down a square for sixth graders. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 46-49 (2000).
Classification: U63
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Development of mathematics teaching materials for advanced children. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 90-93 (2000).
Classification: U60
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A method of understanding mathematics by exteriorization. Centering around the application of the method of center of gravity to geometry. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 103-106 (2000).
Classification: M50
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Statistics lesson using temperatures and weather across Japan. Independent study using everyday phenomena. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 70-74 (2000).
Classification: M50
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A case study on teaching of mathematical modeling in upper secondary school mathematics. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 89-92 (2000).
Classification: M14
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Organizing classes focusing on mathematics through activities. Actual classroom practice centering on wheelchairs and incline of slopes. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 83-86 (2000).
Classification: M13
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Making statistics fun with computers. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 51-54 (2000).
Classification: K43
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Concept formation process of differentiation and integration. Centering on mathematical ways of viewing and thinking. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 107-111 (2000).
Classification: I44
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Utilization of the history of mathematics in the teaching differentiation and integration, and its effectiveness. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 98-102 (2000).
Classification: I44
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Curriculum for function teaching based on correspondence and variation. Practice and its evaluation concerning the area ’numbers and expressions’ at lower secondary school. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 55-59 (2000).
Classification: I23
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Quantitative relations. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 173-176 (2000).
Classification: I10
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Understanding of algebraic expressions at lower secondary school. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 43-46 (2000).
Classification: H23
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Generation of cognitive conflicts concerning the existence of diagonal lines. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 68-72 (2000).
Classification: G43
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How to promote geometric concepts using a computer. Finding characteristics of a parallelogram. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 50-53 (2000).
Classification: G43
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Class practices that develop logical way of viewing and thinking. Using puzzles to teach third-graders about triangles. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 31-34 (2000).
Classification: G42
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Investigation and for structuring understanding of geometry and clinical trial. Comprehensive study on teaching slow-learners in upper secondary school mathematics (14th annual report). (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 146-151 (2000).
Classification: G40
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Means of teaching geometrical figures to the lower grades. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 42-45 (2000).
Classification: G22
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Geometry. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 167-172 (2000).
Classification: G10
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Teaching methods of mathematics education. Focusing on a historical research of problem-solving. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 182-186 (2000).
Classification: F92
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Quantity and measurement. (English)
Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 160-166 (2000).
Classification: F72
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