Perspectives on School Algebra

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ISBN: 978-0-7923-6462-7 (Print) 978-0-306-47223-7 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

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    Pages 1-11

    Approaches to Algebra

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    Pages 13-36

    The Historical Origins of Algebraic Thinking

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    Pages 37-60

    The Production of Meaning for Algebra: A Perspective Based on a Theoretical Model of Semantic Fields

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    Pages 61-81

    A Model for Analysing Algebraic Processes of Thinking

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    Pages 83-98

    The Structural Algebra Option Revisited

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    Pages 99-119

    Transformation and Anticipation as Key Processes in Algebraic Problem Solving

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    Pages 121-139

    Historical-Epistemological Analysis in Mathematics Education: Two Works in Didactics of Algebra

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    Pages 141-153

    Curriculum Reform and Approaches to Algebra

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    Pages 155-176

    Propositions Concerning the Resolution of Arithmetical-Algebraic Problems

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    Pages 177-189

    Beyond Unknowns and Variables - Parameters and Dummy Variables in High School Algebra

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    Pages 191-207

    From Arithmetic to Algebraic Thinking by Using a Spreadsheet

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    Pages 209-229

    General Methods: A Way of Entering the World of Algebra

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    Pages 231-247

    Reflections on the Role of the Computer in the Development of Algebraic Thinking

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    Pages 249-260

    Symbolic Arithmetic vs Algebra the Core of a Didactical Dilemma