Author: Randall I. Charles and Edward A. Silver - Editors
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Description: Softcover with dust jacket. 282 pages.
Condition: Covers show some light shelf wear otherwise looks unread.
Dust Jacket: None as published.
Contents: Covers the following:
Historical Perspectives on Problem Solving in the Mathematics Curriculum
For the Study of Mathematics Epistemology
Treating Mathematics as an Ill-Structured Discipline
Problem Solving as Everyday Practice
Problem Solving in Context(s)
Metacognition: On the Importance of Understanding What You Are Doing
Reflections About Mathematical Problem-Solving Research
Uses of Macro-Contexts to Facilitate Mathematical Thinking
Choosing Operations in Solving Routine Story Problems
Assessing Problem Solving: A Short-Term Remedy and a Long-Term Solution
Testing Mathematical Problem Solving
Teaching as Problem Solving
Teaching Mathematical Problem Solving: Insights from Teachers and Tutors
Learning to Teach Mathematical Problem Solving: Changes in Teachers' Conceptions and Beliefs
Preparing Teachers to Teach Mathematical Problem Solving
Teacher Education and Mathematical Problem Solving: Some Issues and Directions
Teaching and Assessing Mathematical Problem Solving: Toward a Research Agenda