Title 
Title pages: Volume 2


Content 

Preface 
Preface
Clive Kanes


List of Reviewers 
Referees for MERGA 21 Published Papers


Keynote Address 
I keep six honest serving men
Peter Galbraith

The 3 Rs in new times: Research, rhetoric, and reality
Lyn D. English

The intension/intention of teaching mathematics
Stephen Lerman


Practical Implication Award 

Symposium 

Research Paper 
Title pages: Volume 1

One Teacher's Problem Solving Beliefs and Practices: Influences and Coherence
Judy Anderson

Towards the Study of the Processes and Effects of Internationalisation in Mathematics Education
Bill Atweh, Philip Clarkson, & John Malone

The Use of Action Research To Assist the Transition into Teaching
Bill Atweh and Ann Heirdsfield

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NOGOAL APPROACH IN SOLVING PYTHAGOREAN 2STAGE PROBLEMS
Paul Ayres

FACTORS INFLUENCING PREDICTIONS ABOUT RANDOMLY GENERATED SEQUENCES
Paul Ayres & Jenni Way

Towards a framework for analysing power relationships in small group discussions
Mary Barnes

Year 5 students' available and accessible knowledge of decimalnumber numeration
Annette R. Baturo

Mathematics curriculum and development
Andy Begg

The Impact of an Early Number Project on the Professional Development of Teachers
Janette Bobis & Peter Gould

Arithmetic, prealgebra, and algebra: a model of transition
BoultonLewis, G.M., Cooper, T., Pillay, H., and Wilss, L

The invisible wall project: problem solving processes of pupils who work on problems with a goal which can not be reached
Birgit Burchartz & Martin Stein

"Why are we assessed in mathematics?": The views of students
Ken C. Carr

Developing a framework for viewing affective and knowledge factors in teaching primary mathematics
Jean Carroll

Teachers' understandings of the role of learning activities
MinPyng Chen

Showing and telling: Primary students' outcomes in data representation and interpretation
Helen L. Chick and Jane M. Watson

Representing the connectedness of mathematical knowledge
Mohan Chinnapan , Michael Lawson and Rod Nason

Beginning teachers' problems with fundamental mathematics
P C Clarkson

Investigating students' understanding of the relationships among quadrilaterals
Penelope Currie and John Pegg

Rethinking what it means to understand: the case of combinatorial problem solving
Lyn D.English

New times for mathematics in vocational education and training
Gail E. FitzSimons

Exploring avenues of reflective practice with preservice Mathematics teachers
Sandra Frid, Ted Redden, Chris Reading

Identifying the Dilemmas in Early Mathematics Teaching
Ann Gervasoni

"I don't know if I'm doing it right or I'm doing it wrong!" Unresolved uncertainty in the collaborative learning of mathematics
Merrilyn Goos

Visual reasoning and teaching styles in mathematics classrooms
Kevin Hannah

Flexible/inflexible: Clare and Mandy's story
Ann M. Heirdsfield

We really put our minds to it: Cognitive engagement in the mathematics classroom
Sue Helme and David Clarke

Maori mathematics education: The challenge of providing immersion programmes for preservice Maori primary teachers
Leeana Herewini

Towards an explanation of curriculum control
John Horwood

How sixth grade students explain connections between common and decimal fractions
Robert P. Hunting, Lauren M. Oppenheimer, Catherine S. Pearn, Eroia Nugent

Mathematics curriculum change in the northern territory: What do teachers really think?
Rosemary Jacob & Sandra Frid

The effective use of calculators in the teaching of numeracy
Sonia Jones and Howard Tanner

New knowledge/new teachers/new times: How processes of subjectification undermine the implementation of investigatory approaches to teaching mathematics.
Mary Klein

Affective factors and the improvement of algebraic problem solving
Saraswathi Kota and Mike Thomas

Tertiary mathematics: Perceptions of schoolleavers and matureage students
Gilah C. Leder & Helen J. Forgasz

Using technology to enhance children's spatial sense
Tom Lowrie

Preservice teachers' understandings of word problems
Kevin J. Maguire

Protasis: A technique for fostering professional development
John Mason

Towards a psychology of knowingto
.lohn Mason and Mary Spence

Schoolbased assessment in VCE Mathematics: Ten years on
Barry McCrae, John Dowsey, Max Stephens

A new trilemma
D.F. (Mac) McKenzie

Teachers interpreting algebra: Teachers' views about the nature of algebra
Brenda Menzel and David Clarke

Long Odds: Longitudinal Development of Student Understanding of Odds
.Jonathan B. Moritz

An arithmetic game with strategic components  playing procedures of primary school children
Doris MoselGobel

Ability Grouping: Some Implications for Building Mathematical Understanding
Judith A. Mousley

Ethnographic Research in Mathematics Education: Using Different Types of Visual Data Refined from Videotapes
Judith A. MousIey

A researchbased framework for assessing early multiplication and division strategies
Joanne T. Mulligan

A graphical approach to the teaching of introductory calculus
Bruce Nevill, & John Wycliffe

Children's matching of melodies and line graphs
Steven Nisbet and John Bain

Identifying Separate and Connected Knowing in Mathematics Education
Jude Ocean

Developing the angle concept through investigations
Kay Owens

Is there a need for a Mathematics Intervention program in Grades 3 and 4?
Catherine Pearn

Year 3 students' placevalue misconceptions: Another look at MAB
Peter S. Price

Teaching mathe.matically gifted students in primary school
lan Putt

Orchestrating Different Voices in Student Talk about Infinity: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses
Peter D Renshaw and Raymond A J Brown

Measuring Attitudes towards Mathematics in Early Childhood and Primary Teacher Education
Carolyn Roberts, Patricia Cretchley, Chris Harman

A Survey of Graphics Calculator Use in Victorian Secondary Schools
AlIa Routitsky and Patrick Tobin

The Search for Pattern: Student Understanding of the Table of Values Representation for Function
Julie Ryan and Julian WilIiams

Parent Newsletters supporting Mathematics in the Junior Primary School
Jan Savell

Challenging beliefs about mathematics learning and teaching using an electronic learning community
Sandy Schuck and Gerry Foley

Mathematics textbooks: Messages to students and teachers
Mal Shield

Problem Solving Through Problem Posing: The Experience of Two Teacher Education Students
Beth Southwell

Teachers building number sense amid the challenges of change: Some case studies
Len Sparrow & Alistair McIntosh

The invisible wall project on problem solving processes: Concepts and methods of interpretive work with highresolution data
Martin Stein

The incidence of misconceptions of decimal notation amongst students in Grades 5 to 10
Vicki Steinle and Kaye Stacey

Kindergarten Students' Progress in the Count Me In Too Project
Rita Stewart, Bob Wright and Peter Gould

Task Context and Applications at the Senior Secondary Level
Gloria Stillman

Different forms of mathematical questions for different purposes: Comparing student responses to similar closed and openended questions
Peter Sullivan, Elizabeth Warren, Paul White, and Stephanus Suwarsono

Student Choice of Computation Methods
Paul Swan & Jack Bana

Mathematical misconceptions  we have an effective method for reducing their incidence but will the improvement persist?
Philip Swedosh and John Clark

Dynamic scaffolding and reflective discourse: successful teaching styles observed within a project to teach mathematical thinking skills
Howard Tanner and Sonia Jones

A computer environment to encourage versatile understanding of algebraic equations
Mike Thomas and Diane Hall

Teacher Beliefs About the Learning and Teaching of Mathematics: Some Comparisons
Danielle Tracey, Bob Perry, & Peter Howard

Exploring the Impact of CAS in Early Algebra
David Tynan & Gary Asp

Computers are taking mathematics into the next century: Gender differences in the attitudes of secondary mathematics students to the use of computers
Colleen Vale

The Mathematics, Technology and Science Interface: Implementation in the Middle School
Grady VenviIle, John Malone, John Wallace and Leonie Rennie

Progressing through the van Hiele levels with Cabrigeometre
.JiIl Vincent

What is 'meaning' in gender research?
Margaret Walshaw

Students' understanding of the concept of a variable
Elizabeth Warren

Numeracy Benchmarks for Years 3 and 5: What about Chance and Data?
.Jane M. Watson

"This is a funny game  you can't say who's going to win!": . Three case studies of children's probabilistic thinking
Jenni Way

Beliefs
about the Use of Calculators in an Upper Primary Mathematics Classroom:
A Partial Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour
Allan White

Metacognition within mathematics: A new and practical multimethod approach
Jeni Wilson

An Overview of a Researchbased Framework for Assessing and Teaching Early Number
Bob Wright

Language, mathematics and social disadvantage: a Bourdieuian analysis of cultural capital in mathematics education
Robyn Zevenbergen

Mathematical saturation within workplace contexts
Robyn Zevenbergen

Short communications 1998


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