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  1. NOMAD – 24(3-4), 2019

    Volume 24, No 3-4, November 2019


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    Thomas Kaas
    Tilgange til tidlig algebra

    Peter Hästö and Riikka Palkki
    Finnish students’ flexibility and its relation to speed and accuracy in equation solving

    Anna-Maija Partanen and Pieti Tolvanen
    Developing a frame for analysing different meanings of the concept of variable mediated by tasks in elementary-school mathematics textbooks

    Inger Eriksson, Sanna Wettergren, Jenny Fred, Anna-Karin Nordin, Martin Nyman och Torbjörn Tambour
    Materialisering av algebraiska uttryck i helklassdiskussioner med lärandemodeller som medierande redskap i årskurs 1 och 5

    Jenny Fred
    Att designa för elevers deltagande i ett algebraiskt arbete – elever i årskurs 2 och 3 utforskar visuellt växande mönster

    Helena Eriksson
    Algebraic thinking and level of generalisation: students’ experiencing of comparisons of quantities

    Cecilia Kilhamn and Ann-Sofi Röj-Lindberg
    Algebra teachers’ questions and quandaries – Swedish and Finnish algebra teachers discussing practice

    Skapad: 2019-11-27 kl. 16:33

  2. NOMAD 24(3-4), 2019

    Finnish students’ flexibility and its relation to speed and accuracy in equation solving

    Peter Hästö and Riikka Palkki

    A total of 266 Finnish students participated in a flexible equation solving test. By flexibility we understand the knowledge of multiple strategies and ability to choose the most mathematically appropriate strategy for a given task. Here we focus on the first aspect, namely knowledge of appropriate alternative, so-called innovative strategies. The test measured students’ capacity and inclination for producing innovative strategies. We consider the relationship between these measures and students’ speed and accuracy in solving equations. We find that students with high capacity for innovation have high speed and accuracy. On the other hand, some low capacity students had high speed or accuracy whereas others had low. Inclination for innovation is not related to speed or accuracy.

    Peter Hästö
    Peter Hästö is professor of mathematics at University of Turku and University of Oulu, with responsibility for mathematics teacher education.

    Riikka Palkki
    Riikka Palkki is PhD student at University of Oulu, Finland. She has taught mathematics, physics and chemistry in secondary school. She has been working on a mathematics teaching development project since 2014. She is especially interested in flexibility and intentional errors in teaching mathematics.

    Skapad: 2019-11-27 kl. 15:58

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