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by David A. Reid,Christine Knipping
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Mathematics
  • Author:
    David A. Reid,Christine Knipping
  • ISBN:
    9460912443
  • ISBN13:
    978-9460912443
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  • Publisher:
    Sense Publishers (July 23, 2010)
  • Pages:
    266 pages
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    Mathematics
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This development is a welcome one for those interested in the topic, but also poses a challenge, especially to teachers and new scholars.

at contradictory results. For example, perspectives can differ on the relationship between mathematical.

Proof in Mathematics Education book  . by. David A. Reid, Christine Knipping.

Proof in Mathematics Education. Reid Christine Knipping. The standard view tells us that rather than basing mathematics on observation and experiment, the Greeks based it on logic. Acadia University, Wolfville, Canada. Sense publishers pei. Not only did they make use of logical arguments, they reflected on their reasoning and their methods. Plato (427–349 BCE) argued for a restriction on the tools that could be used in geometry, and Aristotle (384–322 BCE) formulated the methods appropriate to mathematics

This development is a welcome one for those interested in the topic, but also poses a challenge, especially to teachers and new scholars.

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Research on teaching and learning proof and proving has expanded in recent decades. This reflects the growth of mathematics education research in general, but also an increased emphasis on proof in mathematics education. This development is a welcome one for those interested in the topic, but also poses a challenge, especially to teachers and new scholars. It has become more and more difficult to get an overview of the field and to identify the key concepts used in research on proof and proving. This book is intended to help teachers, researchers and graduate students to overcome the difficulty of getting an overview of research on proof and proving. It reviews the key findings and concepts in research on proof and proving, and embeds them in a contextual frame that allows the reader to make sense of the sometimes contradictory statements found in the literature. It also provides examples from current research that explore how larger patterns in reasoning and argumentation provide insight into teaching and learning.

Andromathris
Very good explanation about the research in Mathematics Education considering the idea of proofs and argumentation. I recommend it for any person who wants an updated overview on this topic.
Funky
One of the best research book for mathematics teachers. If you want to know all about on Proof in Mathematics, read it. It takes time to digest since it is a research book.