Paper List: [TSG35]

Paper No. Paper Title Authors File
1641 EARLY HISTORY OF SCHOOL MATHEMATICS IN NORTH AMERICA 1607-1861 McKenzie (Ken) Clements, Illinois State University, United States, macleme@ilstu.edu
Nerida Ellerton, Illinois State University, United States, macleme@ilstu.edu

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1607 The changing fortunes ? development of mathematics education in the Balkan societies in the 19th century Snezana Lawrence, Bath Spa University, United Kingdom, snezana@mathsisgoodforyou
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1336 Learning of Mathematics in Nineteenth Century South India Senthil Babu, French Institute of Pondicherry, India, senjay@gmail.com
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1195 Scholarly treatises or school textbooks? Mathematical didactics in traditional China and Vietnam Alexei Volkov, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, alexei.volkov@gmail.com
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1153 Some Aspects of Scientific Exchanges in Mathematics between USA and Brazil Lucieli Trivizoli, Universidade Eatadual de Maringa, Brazil, lmtrivizoli@uem.br
1153.PDF
1023 Missionaries and Mathematics Education Gregg DeYoung, The American University in Cairo, Egypt, gdeyoung@aucegypt.edu
1023.PDF
0954 Development, Problems and Thoughts of New China (PRC)’s Mathematics Education Qinqiong Zhang, Wenzhou University, China, zhang922@yahoo.com
Kongxiu Kuang, Southwest University, China, kongxiu2006@126.com
Yimin Xie, Jinan University, China, 411569704@qq.com
Naiqing Song, Southwest University, China, songnq@swu.edu.cn

0954.PDF
0911 History of arithmetic textbook and composition of content based on count principle method in Japan. MIYAMOTO Toshimitsu, FUKUYAMA CITY UNIVERSITY, Japan, t-miyamoto@fcu.ac.jp
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0893 The Implementation of the ‘New Math’ and its Consequences in Iceland. Comparison to its neighbouring countries Kristin Bjarnadottir, University of Iceland, Iceland, krisbj@hi.is
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0738 Russian Mathematics Teachers: Beginnings Alexander Karp, Teachers College, United States, apk16@columbia.edu
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0703 Common fractions in L.F. Magnitskii’s Arithmetic (1703): Interplay of tradition and didactical innovations Viktor Freiman, Universite de Moncton, Canada, viktor.freiman@umoncton.ca
Alexei Volkov, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, alexei.volkov@gmail.com

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0687 Teaching Mathematics with Objects: The Case of Protractors Amy Ackerberg-Hastings, UMUC & NMAH, United States, aackerbe@verizon.net
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0317 Notebooks as a teaching methodology. A glance through the practice of professor Cuesta (1907-1989) of Maria Teresa Gonzalez, University of Salamanca, Spain, maite@usal.es
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