Developments in Mathematics Education in Germanspeaking Countries
Selected Papers from the Annual Conference on Didactics of Mathematics,
Potsdam, 2000
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Preface
Michèle Artigue, Paris
Instrumentation Issues and the Integration of Computer Technologies into Secondary Mathematics Teaching
Peter Bender, Paderborn
Two Cultures in the Educational System  and how Mathematics can Help Prospective (Primary School) Teachers to Overcome their Disparity
Angelika BiknerAhsbahs, Flensburg
Interest Density  A Concept for an Interactionist View of Interest in Maths Classes
Elmar CohorsFresenborg, Osnabrück; Knut Schwippert, Hamburg; Eckhard Klieme, Frankfurt
The Osnabrueck Curriculum: Mathematics as a Tool for the Representation of Knowledge  An Evaluation Study on the Basis of TIMSSInstruments
Elmar Hengartner, Zofingen
Investigations into the Prior Knowledge and Cognitive Strategies of Children
HansWolfgang Henn, Dortmund
"Promoting Classroom Culture"  The BLKSchoolprojekt in BadenWuerttemberg
Wilfried Herget, Halle
"Pictorial Problems"  One Question, but Many Ways, and Many Different Answers
Gustav Adolf Lörcher, Freiburg
The Development of Number Sense
Elisabeth Moser Opitz, Berne
Mathematical Knowledge of Children with Special Needs in their First Year of School
Kristina Reiss, Asio Heinze, Oldenburg; Eckhard Klieme, Frankfurt
Argumentation, Proof and the Understanding of Proof
Kenneth Ruthven, Cambridge
Towards Synergy of Scholarly and Craft Knowledge
Christoph Selter, Heidelberg
How German Elementary Children Solved Addition and Subtraction Problems with Threedigit Numbers
Barbara SchmidtThieme, Karlsruhe
Sprich dazu! Linguistic Events in the Mathematics Classroom
Ralph Schwarzkopf, Dortmund
Argumentation Processes in Mathematics Classrooms  Social Regularities in Argumentation Processes
HansGeorg Weigand, Würzburg
New Ways of Communicating in Mathematics Teacher Education: Linking to the Internet
