Result **1** to **20** of **49** total

Mathematical activities with a Geo-Board. Breaking down a square for sixth graders. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 46-49 (2000).

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Development of mathematics teaching materials for advanced children. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 90-93 (2000).

2

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).

3

Statistics lesson using temperatures and weather across Japan. Independent study using everyday phenomena. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 70-74 (2000).

4

A case study on teaching of mathematical modeling in upper secondary school mathematics. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 89-92 (2000).

5

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).

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Making statistics fun with computers. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 51-54 (2000).

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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).

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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).

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Curriculum for function teaching based on correspondence and variation. Practice and its evaluation concerning the area â€™numbers and expressionsâ€™ at lower secondary school. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 55-59 (2000).

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Quantitative relations. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 173-176 (2000).

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Understanding of algebraic expressions at lower secondary school. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 9, 43-46 (2000).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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Means of teaching geometrical figures to the lower grades. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 10, 42-45 (2000).

17

Geometry. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 167-172 (2000).

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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).

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Quantity and measurement. (English)

Nihon Sugaku Kyoiku Gakkaishi 82, No. 7-8, 160-166 (2000).

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