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& Unal, Hasan 2-89 How series problems integrating geometric and arithmetic schemes influenced prospective secondary teachers pedagogical understanding Baber, Sikunder Ali & Dahl, Bettina 2-97 Dealing with learning in practice: Tools for managing the complexity of teaching and learning Baldino, Roberto R. 2-121 Developing procedure and structure sense of arithmetic expressions Bardini, Caroline & Radford, Luis & Sabena, Cristina 2-129 Struggling with variables, parameters, and indeterminate objects or how to go insane in mathematics Barnes, Mary 2-137 Exploring how power is enacted in small groups Barwell, Riehard 2-145 A framework for the comparison of PME research into multilingual mathematics education in different sociolinguistic settings Berger, Margot 2-153 Vygotsky’s theory of concept formation and mathematics education Beswiek, Kim 2-161 Preservice teachers’ understandings of relational and instrumental understanding PME29 — 2005 1- xix Borba, Marcelo C.2-169 The transformation of mathematics in on-line courses Brodie, Karin 2-177 Using cognitive and situated perspectives to understand teacher interactions with learner errors Brown, Jill P.2-185 Identification of affordances of a technology-rich teaching and learning environment (TRTLE) Bulmer, Michael & Rolka, Katrin 2-193 The “A4-project”: Statistical world views expressed through pictures Callingham, Rosemary 2-201 A whole-school approach to developing mental computation strategies Cao, Zhongjun & Forgasz, Helen & Bishop, Alan 2-209 A comparison of perceived parental influence on mathematics learning among students in China and Australia Chan, Kah Yein & Mousley, Judith 2-217 Using word problems in Malaysian mathematics education: Looking beneath the surface Chapman, Olive 2-225 Constructing pedagogical knowledge of problem solving: Preservice mathematics teachers Charalambous, Charalambos Y.& Pitta-Pantazi, Demetra 2-233 Revisiting a theoretical model on fractions: Implications for teaching and research Chaviaris, Petros & Kafoussi, Sonia 2-241 Students ’ reflection on their sociomathematical small- group interaction: A case study Chiek, Helen L. 2-249 Investigating teachers ’ responses to student misconceptions 1- XX PME29 — 2005 2-257 Clarke, David & Seah, Lay Hoon Studying the distribution of responsibility for the generation of knowledge in mathematics classrooms in Hong Kong, Melbourne, San Diego and Shanghai Cooper, Tom J. & Warren, Elizabeth 2-265 Indigenous and non-Indigenous teaching relationships in three mathematics classrooms in remote Queensland Cranfield, Ty Corvell & Kiihne, Cally & Powell, Gary 2-273 Exploring the strategies used by Grade 1 to 3 children through visual prompts, symbols and worded problems: A case for a learning pathway for number Diezmann, Carmel 2-281 Primary students’ knowledge of the properties of spatially- oriented diagrams Droujkova, Maria A. & Slaten, Kelli & Tombes, 2-289 Sue A conceptual framework for studying teacher preparation: The Pirie-Kieren model, collective understanding, and metaphor English, Lyn & Watters, James 2-297 Mathematical modelling with 9-year-olds Eemandez, Maria L 2-305 Exploring “Lesson Study” in teacher preparation Eox, Jillian 2-313 Child-initiated mathematical patterning in the pre-compulsory years Erade, Cristina 2-321 The tacit- explicit nature of students’ knowledge: A case study on area measurement Eraneiseo, John M. 2-329 Teachers as interns in informal mathematics research Erempong, George 2-337 Exploring excellence and equity within Canadian mathematics classrooms PME29 — 2005 1- xxi VOLUME 3 Fuglestad, Anne Berit 3-1 Students ’ use of ICT tools: Choices and reasons Furinghetti, Fulvia & Morselli, Francesca & Paola, Domingo 3-9 Interaction of modalities in Cabri: A case study Gallardo, Aurora & Hernandez, Abraham 3-17 The duality of zero in the transition from arithmetic to algebra Galligan, Linda 3-25 Conflicts in offshore learning environments of a university preparatory mathematics course Gervasoni, Ann 3-33 The diverse learning needs of young children who were selected for an intervention program Goodchild, Simon & Jaworski, Barbara 3-41 Using contradictions in a teaching and learning development project Goos, Merrilyn 3-49 A sociocultural analysis of learning to teach Gordon, Sue & Nicholas, Jackie 3-57 Three case studies on the role of memorising in learning and teaching mathematics Gorgorio, Nuria & Planas, Nuria 3-65 Reconstructing norms Guidoni, Paolo & lannece, Donatella & Tortora, Roberto 3-73 Forming teachers as resonance mediators Haja, Shajahan 3-81 Investigating the problem solving competency ofpre service teachers in dynamic geometry environment Hannula, Markka S.2-57 Multiple representations in 8th grade algebra lessons: Are learners really getting it?Anderson, Judy & Bobis, Janette 2-65 Reform-oriented teaching practices: A survey of primary school teachers Arzarello, Ferdinando & Ferrara, Francesca & Robutti, Omella & Paola, 2-73 Domingo The genesis of signs by gestures.Williams, Julian 1-87 The foundation and spectacle of [the leaning tower of] PISA Research Forums RFOl The significance of task design in mathematics education: 1-93 Examples from proportional reasoning Coordinators: Janet Ainley & Dave Pratt De Bock, Dirk & Van Dooren, Wim & Verschaffel, Lieven 1-97 Not everything is proportional: Task design and small-scale experiment Gravemeijer, Koeno & van Galen, Frans & Keijzer, Ronald 1-103 Designing instruction on proportional reasoning with average speed Friedlander, Alex & Arcavi, Abraham 1-108 Folding perimeters: Designer concerns and student solutions Ainley, Janet & Pratt, Dave 1-114 The dolls ’ house classroom 1-iv PME29 — 2005 RF02 Gesture and the construction of mathematical meaning Coordinators: Ferdinando Arzarello & Laurie Edwards 1-123 Arzarello, F. 1-135 The role of gestures in mathematical discourse: Remembering and problem solving Ferrara, Francesca & Nemirovsky , Ricardo 1-138 Connecting talk, gesture, and eye motion for the microanalysis of mathematics learning Radford, Luis 1-143 Why do gestures matter?Gestures as semiotic means of objectification Williams, Julian 1-146 Gestures, signs and mathematisation Kaput, James 1-148 Building intellectual infrastructure to expose and understand ever-increasing complexity RF03 A progression of early number concepts 1-155 Coordinators: Kathleen Hart & Ann Gervasoni Gervasoni, Ann 1-156 Using growth points to describe pathways for young children’s number learning Hart, Kathleen 1-161 Number attainment in Sri Lankan primary schools Peam, Catherine 1-165 Mathematics Recovery: Frameworks to assist students’ construction of arithmetical knowledge 1- V PME29 — 2005 RF04 Theories Of Mathematics Education 1-170 Coordinators: Lyn English & Bharath Sriraman Lester, Frank K. 1-172 The place of theory in mathematics education research Lerman, Stephen 1-179 Theories of mathematics education: A problem of plurality?
PME29 is being hosted by the University of Melbourne, and the theme of the conference is Learners and Learning Environments.& van der Sandt, Suriza 1-236 Composition and decomposition of 2-dimensional figures demonstrated by preservice teachers Davis, Sarah M. Anonymity of input in next- generation classroom networks Dindyal, Jaguthsing 1-238 Students’ use of different representations in problem solving at high school level Finnane, Maureen 1-239 Automatised errors: A hazard for students with mathematical learning difficulties Gooya, Zahra & Karamian, Azar 1-240 Teaching geometry in two secondary classrooms in Iran, using ethnomathematics approach Groves, Susie & Doig, Brian 1-241 Teaching strategies to support young children’s mathematical explanations Hansen, Aliee & Pratt, Dave 1-242 How do we provide tasks for children to explore the dynamic relationships between shapes ? 1-330 Student behaviors that contribute to the growth of mathematical understanding Wessels, Helena & Wessels, Dirk 1-331 Assessment of spatial tasks of Grade 4-6 students Widjaja, Wanty 1-332 Didactical analysis of learning activities on decimals for Indonesian pre-service teachers Yao, Ru-Fen 1-333 Workshop on designing “school-based” mathematics instructional modules Yoshida, Kaori 1-334 Children ’s “everyday concepts of fractions ” based on Vygostky ’s theory: before and after fraction lessons PME29 — 2005 1- xvii VOLUME 2 Adler, Jill & Davis, Zain & Kazima, Mercy & Parker, Diane & Webb, 2-1 Lyn Working with learners ’ mathematics: Exploring a key element of mathematical knowledge for teaching Afantiti-Lamprianou, Thekla & Williams, Julian S.Hardy, Tansy 1-243 Participation, performance and stage fright: Keys to confident learning and teaching in mathematics ? & Lamprianou, 2-9 lasonas A comparison between teachers ’ and pupils ’ tendency to use a representativeness heuristic Ainley, Janet G.& Kaasila, Raimo & Pehkonen, Erkki & Laine, Anu 3-89 Structure and typical profiles of elementary teacher students’ view of mathematics 1- xxii PME29 — 2005 3-97 Hansson, Orjan Preservice teachers’ view on y=x-i-5 and y=7Dc expressed through the utilization of concept maps: A study of the concept of function Heinze, Aiso 3-105 Mistake-handling activities in the mathematics classroom Heirdsfield, Ann 3-113 One teacher’s role in promoting understanding in mental computation Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth & Wagner, David 3-121 In the middle of nowhere: How a textbook can position the mathematics learner Hewitt, Dave 3-129 Chinese whispers - algebra style: Grammatical, notational, mathematical and activity tensions Higgins, Joanna 3-137 Pedagogy of facilitation: How do we best help teachers of mathematics with new practices ?Hoeh, Maureen & Dreyfus, Tommy 3-145 Students’ difficulties with applying a familiar formula in an unfamiliar context Howard, Peter & Perry, Bob 3-153 Learning mathematics: Perspectives of Australian Aboriginal children and their teachers Huang, Rongj in 3-161 Verification or proof: Justification of Pythagoras’ theorem in Chinese mahtematics classrooms Huillet, Danielle 3-169 Mozambican teachers ’ professional knowledge about limits of functions Inglis, Matthew & Simpson, Adrian 3-177 Heuristic biases in mathematical reasoning PME29 — 2005 1- xxiii 3-185 Jones, Ian & Pratt, Dave Three utilities for the equal sign Kieran, Carolyn & Saldanha, Luis 3-193 Computer algebra systems ( CAS) as a tool for coaxing the emergence of reasoning about equivalence of algebraic expressions Kim, Dong Joong & Sfard, Anna & Ferrini-Mundy, Joan 3-201 Students’ colloquial and mathematical discourses on infinity and limit Koirala, Hari P.