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  1. NOMAD – 22(2), 2017

    Volume 22, No 2, March 2017

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    Editorial

    Hanna Viitala

    A tool for understanding pupils’ mathematical thinking

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    Jöran Petersson

    First and second language students’ achievement in mathematical content areas

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    Reidar Mosvold

    Studier av undervisningskunnskap i matematikk: internasjonale trender og nordiske bidrag

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    Heidi Strømskag

    Et miljø for algebraisk generalisering og dets innvirkning på studenters matematiske aktivitet

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    Helena Johansson

    Dependence between creative and non-creative mathematical reasoning in national physics tests

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    Innehåll: JH

    Skapad: 2017-05-30 kl. 01:00

  2. NOMAD 22(2), 2017

    A tool for understanding pupils’ mathematical thinking

    Hanna Viitala

    Abstract
    This article provides a tool for studying pupils’ mathematical thinking. Mathematical thinking is seen as a cognitive function that is highly influenced by affect and meta-level of mind. The situational problem solving behaviour is studied together with metacognition and affect which together with pupils’ view of mathematics form a dynamic construct that reveals pupils’ mathematical thinking. The case of Daniel is introduced to illustrate the dynamic nature of the framework.

    Hanna Viitala
    Hanna Viitala is a PhD student at the University of Agder, Norway, and a mathematics teacher in a secondary school in Finland. She is interested in pupils’ mathematical thinking, problem solving, metacognition, affect, and mathematics learning.

    Skapad: 2017-05-30 kl. 01:00

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