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  1. NOMAD 25(2), 2020

    Swedish primary teacher education students’ perspectives on linear equations

    Paul Andrews

    Abstract
    Linear equations, connecting arithmetic to the symbolism of formal mathematics, represent a key topic of mathematics. However, the understanding primary teacher education students bring to their studies has been rarely examined. In this study, students were invited to explain in writing how an unannotated solution to x + 5 = 4x – 1 had been conceptualised by the hidden solver. Data, coded against an iteratively derived framework, showed that most students were familiar with linear equations, able to articulate an objective for equation solving and offer solution strategies, typically based on either doing the same to both sides, swapping the side swapping the sign or both.

    Paul Andrews
    Paul Andrews is a Professor of Mathematics Education at Stockholm University. His research interests are typically focused on comparative analyses of mathematics didactics and participant, both teacher and student, beliefs. Currently he is the director of a Swedish Research Council-funded project on the development of foundational number sense in year one children in England and Sweden. His methodological and theoretical standpoints are varied and determined by the research questions he is pursuing at the time.

    Skapad: 2020-06-30 kl. 09:57

  2. NOMAD – 25(2), 2020

    Volume 25, No 2, March 2020

    e-NOMAD

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    Editorial

    Natasja Steen, Matilde Stenhøj Madsen og Tomas Højgaard
    Potentialer og begrænsninger ved anvendelse af lærebøger
    i matematikundervisningen: resultater fra et systematisk review

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    Paul Andrews
    Swedish primary teacher education students’ perspectives on linear equations
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    Kristina Palm Kaplan and Johan Prytz
    Conservative and transformative changes in algebra in Swedish lower secondary textbooks 1995–2015
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    Ingi Heinesen Højsted
    Guidelines for utilizing affordances of dynamic geometry environments to support development of reasoning competency
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    Uffe Thomas Jankvist and Mogens Niss
    Fostering an intimate interplay between research and practice: Danish ”maths counsellors” for upper secondary school
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    Skapad: 2020-06-30 kl. 09:33

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