Litteratur på engelska

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Litteratur på engelska

I listan förekommer några förkortningar som kan vara av extra värde att känna till:

· ATM – The Association of Teachers of Matehamatics. Engelsk matematiklärarförening.
· NCTM – National Counsil of Teachers of Mathematics. Amerikansk matematiklärarförening.

Ahmed, A. & Williams, H. (2002). Numeracy activities. Plenary, practical & problem solving. Stafford: Network Educational Press Ltd.
Andrews, P. (2002). Linking cubes and the learning of mathematics. Making algebraic structure and mathematical thinking accessible to learners of all ages. Derby: ATM
Anghileri, J. (red.) (1999). Children´s mathematical thinking in the primary years. Great Britain: Cassell.
Anghileri, J. (2000). Teaching number sense. London: Continuum.
Askew, M. & Ebbutt, S. (1997). Using and applying mathematics for 7 to 11 year olds. Teaching and learning strategies. Great Britain: Heinemann.
Baroody, A. J. & Coslick, R.T. (1998). Fostering children´s mathematical power. An investigative approach to K-8. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Bassarear, T. (2001). Mathematics for elementary school teachers. USA: NCTM.
Bibby, J. (1999). Mathematics from history. The Romans. Warwick: Channel Four Learning Publications.
Bordhi, C. (2001). A treasury of magical knitting. Canada: Passing Paws Press
Bordhi, C. (2005). A second treasury of magical knitting. Canada: Passing Paws Press
Brading, M. (1994). Mathematics from history. The Egyptians. Warwick: Channel Four Learning Publications.
Brading, M. (1997). Mathematics from history. The Greeks. Warwick: Channel Four Learning Publications.
Brown, T. & Liebling, H. (2005). The really useful maths book. A guide to interactive teaching. Great Britain: Routledge.
Burns, M. (1998). About teaching mathematics. A K-8 resource. USA: Math Solutions Publications.
Chambers, D. (red.) (2002). Putting research into practice in the elementary grades. USA: NCTM.
Cobb, M. (1995). The quilt-block history of pioneer days. USA: The Millbrook Press.
Cromwell, P. (2004). Shapes in space: convex polyhedra with regular faces. Derby: ATM.
Croydon BEAM Group. (2001). Calculating dominoes. Great Britain: Beam Education.
Currah, J. & Felling, J. (1994). Math Attack. Volume V. Math games for kids using 30-sided dice, grades K-9. Canada: Box Cars & One-Eyed Jacks.
Curran, L. (1998). Lessons for little ones. Mathematics. Cooperative learning lessons, Grade K-2. USA: Kagan.
de Klerk, J. (2004). Illustrated maths dictonary. Malaysia: Pearson Education Australia.
Dodd, P. (1993). Global mathematics. A second multicultural resource book.
Easterday, K. E. m fl (red.) (1999). Activities for junior high school and middle school mathematics. Virginia: NCTM
Fosnot, C. & Dolk, M. (2001). Young mathematicians at work. Constructing multiplication and division. USA: Heinemann.
Gerdes, P. (1999). Geometry from Africa. Mathematical and educational explorations. USA: The Mathematical Association of America.
Gonzales, N. m fl (2001). Mathematical history. USA: NCTM.
Guedj, D. (2002). Numbers – The universal language. Italy: Thames & Hudson.
Harries, T. & Spooner, M. (2001). Mental mathematics for the numeracy hour. London: David Fulton Publishers.
Hirsch, E. S. (red.) (2001). The block book. USA: NAEYC.
Hynes, M. E. (1998). Mission mathematics. Linking aerospace and the NCTM standards. K-6. USA: NCTM and NASA.
Kawamura, M. (2001). Polyhedron origami for beginners. Japan: Nihon Vouge.
Lamon, S. J. (1999). Teaching fractions and ratios for understanding. Essential content knowledge and instructional strategies for teachers. London: LEA.
Long, C. & DeTemple, D. (2003). Mathematical reasoning for elementary teachers. USA: Pearson Education.
Mabbs, L. & Lowes, W. (2006). Quilter´s guide to twists & tucks – 20 folded fabric projects. London: Collins & Brown
Millington, J. (1996). Curve stiching. The art of sewing beautiful mathematical patterns. Ipswitch: Tarquin Publications.
Mitchell, M. (1987). Mathematical history. Activities, puzzles, stories, an games. New Mexico: NCTM.
Morrison, K. m fl (2002). Literature-based workshops for mathematics. Ideas for active learning, K-2. Michigan: High/Scope Press.
Mosley, F. (2001). Using number lines with 5-8 year olds. Great Britain: Beam.
Murray, J. (1994). Squares, patterns and quilts. Derby: ATM.
O´Connor, V. (1998). Mission mathematics. Linking aerospace and the NCTM standards. 5-8. USA: NCTM and NASA.
O´Donnell, C. (1996). Just for geoboards intermediate. California: Creative Publications.
Ollerton, M. (2002). 30 years on … Numbers everywhere, turning the tables and 15 Starters revisited. England: ATM
Oringel, S. & Silverman, H. (1999). Math activities with dominoes. New Jersey: Cuisenaire.
Pappas, T. (2000). More joy of mathematics. USA: Wide World Publishing/Tetra.
Pappas, T. (2002). The joy of mathematics. USA: Wide World Publishing/Tetra.
Pappas, T. (2003). The adventure of Penrose – the mathematical cat. USA: Wide World Publishing/Tetra.
Parker, J. (1994). Cross numbers: a collection of 32 mathematical puzzles. Ipswich: Tarquin Publications.
Perry, M. H. (1996). Arithmetic arithmetic … Solve the puzzle pictures by colouring in your answers. Ipswich: Five Castles Press.
Phillips, R. (2004). Numbers: facts, figures and fiction. Ipswich: Badsey Publications.
Pickover, C. A. (2001). Wonders of numbers. USA: Oxford University Press.
Pickover, C. A. (2002). The mathematics of Oz. USA: Camebridge University Press.
Pickover, C. A. (2002). The zen of magic squares, circles, and stars. USA: Princetown University Press.
Pohl, V. (2002). How to enrich geometry using string designs. USA: NCTM.
Pook, L. (2003). Flexagons inside out. UK: Cambridge University Press.
Rhydderch-Evans, Z. (2001). Mathematics in the school grounds. Great Britain: Southgate Publishers.
Reys, R. m fl (2001). Helping children learn mathematics. USA: Wiley Education.

Russ, A. (2005). Office origami. USA: Universe.

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Schwartz, D. M. (1999). G is for Googol. A math alphabet book. Singapore: ALA Notable Children´s Book.
Sheppard, R. & Wilkinson, J. (1996). Strategy games. A collection of 50 games & puzzles to stimulate mathematical thinking. Ipswich: Tarquin Publications.
Snape, C & Scott, H. (1995). Puzzles, mazes and numbers. Cambridge: University Press.
Stewart, I. (2001). What shape is a snowflake? Magical numbers in nature. London: The Ivy Press.
Taut, D. (2007). Having fun with maths. Australia: Multifangled P/L.
Venters, D. & Ellison, E. K. (1999). Mathematical quilts – no sewing required! USA: Key Curriculum Press.
Venters, D. & Ellison, E. K. (2003). More mathematical quilts – no sewing required! USA: Key Curriculum Press.
Yew, T. P. (2004). Maths. The fun & magical way. Kuala Lumpur: TC Publishing.
Zevenbergen, R. m fl (2004). Teaching mathematics in primary schools. Malaysia: Allen & Unwin.

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