Posing And Solving Mathematical Problems: Advances And New Perspectives by Patricio FelmerPosing And Solving Mathematical Problems: Advances And New Perspectives by Patricio Felmer

Posing And Solving Mathematical Problems: Advances And New Perspectives

byPatricio FelmerEditorErkki Pehkonen, Jeremy Kilpatrick

Hardcover | May 10, 2016

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This book collects recent research on posing and solving mathematical problems. Rather than treating these two crucial aspects of school mathematics as separate areas of study, the authors approach them as a unit where both areas are measured on equal grounds in relation to each other. The contributors are from a vast variety of countries and with a wide range of experience; it includes the work from many of the leading researchers in the area and an important number of young researchers.

The book is divided in three parts, one directed to new research perspectives and the other two directed to teachers and students, respectively.

Patricio Felmer is a mathematician working at the University of Chile, specialized in the area of Partial Differential Equations. During the last years he has contributed to Mathematics Education, working in projects for the Chilean government on the definition of Standards for the Formation of Mathematics Teachers and on the developme...
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Title:Posing And Solving Mathematical Problems: Advances And New PerspectivesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:402 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.25 inPublished:May 10, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:331928021X

ISBN - 13:9783319280219

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This book collects recent research on posing and solving mathematical problems. Rather than treating these two crucial aspects of school mathematics as separate areas of study, the authors approach them as a unit where both areas are measured on equal grounds in relation to each other. The contributors are from a vast variety of countries and with a wide range of experience; it includes the work from many of the leading researchers in the area and an important number of young researchers.

The book is divided in three parts, one directed to new research perspectives and the other two directed to teachers and students, respectively.