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Private Universe Project in Mathematics

 

Support Materials

The Support Materials for Private Universe Project in Mathematics are available here for download as PDF files. You'll need a copy of Adobe Reader to read the files. Acrobat Reader is available free for download from adobe.com.


Required Readings:

Only some of the articles which are required reading for these workshops are available online, due to copyright issues. However, we have listed the sources of all the publications should you want to locate them. Links to PDF files are listed for those available for download.

Davis, R. B., Maher, C. A. & Martino A. M. (1992). Using videotapes to study the construction of mathematical knowledge of individual children working in groups. Journal of Science, Education and Technology, 1(3), 177-189.

Maher, C. A. (1998). The nature of learning. In Can Teachers Help Children Make Convincing Arguments? A Glimpse into the Process, (pp. 21-34). Universidade Santa Ursula: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Maher, C. A., Martino, A. M. (1998). Brandon's proof and isomorphism. In Can Teachers Help Children Make Convincing Arguments? A Glimpse into the Process, (pp. 77-101). Universidade Santa Ursula: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Maher, C. A., Martino, A. M. (1996). Young children invent methods of proof: The "Gang of Four." In P. Nesher, L.P. Steffe, P. Cobb, B. Greer and J. Goldin (Eds.), Theories of Mathematical Learning (pp. 431-447). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence E. Erlbaum Associates.

Maher, C. A., Martino, A. M. (1997). Conditions for conceptual change: From pattern recognition to theory posing. Young Children and Mathematics: Concepts and their representations, (pp. 58- 81).

Maher, C. A., Speiser, R. (1997). How far can you go with block towers? Stephanie's Intellectual Development. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 16(2), 125-132.

 

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