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1. Rigorous proof in mathematics education [1983]
 Hanna, G. (Gila), 1934
 Toronto, Ont. : OISE Press : Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, c1983.
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 Book — viii, 97 p. ; 28 cm.
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375 .O59 NO.48  Available 
 Dordrecht ; Boston, Mass : Kluwer Academic, c1996.
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 Book — xii, 304 p. : ill.
 Dordrecht ; Boston, Mass : Kluwer Academic, c1996.
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 Book — xii, 304 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Part One: General Issues. Mathematics, Gender, and Research E. Fennema. Gender and Mathematics: Mythology and Misogyny M. Gray. Gender Equity: A Reappraisal G.C. Leder. Symbolic Interactionism and Ethnomethodology as a Theoretical Framework for the Research on Gender and Mathematics H. Jungwirth. Curriculum and Assessment: Hitting Girls Twice? S.D. Forbes. Mathematics and Gender: Some CrossCultural Observations A. Hibner Koblitz. Part Two: CrossCultural Perspectives. Women's Participation in Mathematics Education in Sweden B. Grevholm. Gender and Mathematics Education in Norway K. Hag. Gender and Mathematics Education in Denmark B. Branner, et al. Gender and Mathematics Education in Finland L.M. Finne. Gender and Mathematics Education: A German View C. NiederdrenkFelgner. Is Gender a Relevant Variable for Mathematics Education? The French Case. J. Adda. Women's KnowHow and Authority: Italian Women and Mathematics R.M. Spitaleri. Gender and Mathematics in England and Wales T. Smart. Gender and Mathematics in the Context of Australian Education J.M. Gaffney, J. Gill. Mathematics, Women, and Education in New Zealand M. Clark. Gender and Mathematics Education: A Snapshot of China Rui Fen Tang, et al. Female Participation in the Study of Mathematics: The US Situation S.F. Chipman.
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QA27.5 .T68 1996  Unavailable Checked out  Overdue Request 
 Dordrecht : Springer, 2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xii, 475 pages) : illustrations.
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 pt. 1. Proof and Cognition. Cognitive Development of Proof / David Tall, Oleksiy Yevdokimov, Boris Koichu, Walter Whiteley and Margo Kondratieva, et al.
 Theorems as Constructive Visions / Giuseppe Longo
 Aspects of Proof in Mathematics Education / Gila Hanna and Michael de Villiers
 pt. 2. Experimentation: Challenges and opportunities. Exploratory Experimentation: DigitallyAssisted Discovery and Proof / Jonathan Michael Borwein
 Experimental Approaches to Theoretical Thinking: Artefacts and Proofs / Ferdinando Arzarello, Maria Giuseppina Bartolini Bussi, Allen Yuk Lun Leung, Maria Alessandra Mariotti and Ian Stevenson
 pt. 3. Historical and educational perspectives of proof. Why Proof? A Historian's Perspective / Judith V. Grabiner
 Conceptions of Proof  In Research and Teaching / Richard Cabassut, AnnaMarie Conner, Filyet Aslı İşçimen, Fulvia Furinghetti and Hans Niels Jahnke, et al.
 Forms of Proof and Proving in the Classroom / Tommy Dreyfus, Elena Nardi and Roza Leikin
 The Need for Proof and Proving: Mathematical and Pedagogical Perspectives / Orit Zaslavsky, Susan D. Nickerson, Andreas J. Stylianides, Ivy Kidron and Greisy WinickiLandman
 Contemporary Proofs for Mathematics Education / Frank Quinn
 pt. 4. Proof in the school curriculum. Proof, Proving, and TeacherStudent Interaction: Theories and Contexts / Keith Jones and Patricio Herbst
 From Exploration to Proof Production / FengJui Hsieh, WangShian Horng and HawYaw Shy
 Principles of Task Design for Conjecturing and Proving / FouLai Lin, KaiLin Yang, KyeongHwa Lee, Michal Tabach and Gabriel Stylianides
 Teachers' Professional Learning of Teaching Proof and Proving / FouLai Lin, KaiLin Yang, JaneJane Lo, Pessia Tsamir and Dina Tirosh, et al.
 pt. 5. Argumentation and transition to tertiary level. Argumentation and Proof in the Mathematics Classroom / Viviane DurandGuerrier, Paolo Boero, Nadia Douek, Susanna S. Epp and Denis Tanguay
 Examining the Role of Logic in Teaching Proof / Viviane DurandGuerrier, Paolo Boero, Nadia Douek, Susanna S. Epp and Denis Tanguay
 Transitions and Proof and Proving at Tertiary Level / Annie Selden
 pt. 6. Lessons from the Eastern Cultural Traditions. Using Documents from Ancient China to Teach Mathematical Proof / Karine Chemla
 Proof in the Western and Eastern Traditions: Implications for Mathematics Education / Man Keung Siu.
 1. Aspects of proof in mathematics education: Gila Hanna and Michael de Villiers
 Part I: Proof and cognition
 2. Cognitive development of proof: David Tall, Oleksiy Yevdokimov, Boris Koichu, Walter Whiteley, Margo Kondratieva, and YingHao Cheng
 3. Theorems as constructive visions: Giuseppe Longo
 Part II: Experimentation: Challenges and opportunities
 4. Exploratory experimentation: Digitallyassisted discovery and proof: Jonathan M. Borwein
 5. Experimental approaches to theoretical thinking: Artefacts and proofs
 Ferdinando Arzarello, Maria Giuseppina Bartolini Bussi, Allen Leung, Maria Alessandra Mariotti, and Ian Stevenson (With response by J. Borwein and J. Osborn)
 Part III: Historical and educational perspectives of proof
 6. Why proof� A historian{u2019}s perspective: Judith V. Grabiner
 7. Conceptions of proof {u2013} in research and in teaching: Richard Cabassut, AnnaMarie Conner, Filyet Asli Ersoz, Fulvia Furinghetti, Hans Niels Jahnke, and Francesca Morselli
 8. Forms of proof and proving in the classroom: Tommy Dreyfus, Elena Nardi, and Roza Leikin
 9. The need for proof and proving: mathematical and pedagogical perspectives: Orit Zaslavsky, Susan D. Nickerson, Andreas Stylianides, Ivy Kidron, and Greisy Winicki
 10. Contemporary proofs for mathematics education: Frank Quinn
 Part IV: Proof in the school curriculum
 11. Proof, Proving, and teacherstudent interaction: Theories and contexts: Keith Jones and Patricio Herbst
 12. From exploration to proof production: FengJui Hsieh, WangShian Horng, and HawYaw Shy
 13. Principles of task design for conjecturing and proving: FouLai Lin, KyeongHwa Lee, KaiLin Yang, Michal�Tabach, and Gabriel Stylianides
 14. Teachers{u2019} professional learning of teaching proof and proving: FouLai Lin, KaiLin Yang, JaneJane Lo, Pessia Tsamir, Dina Tirosh, and Gabriel Stylianides
 Part V: Argumentation and transition to tertiary level
 15. Argumentation and proof in the mathematics classroom: Viviane DurandGuerrier, Paolo Boero, Nadia Douek, Susanna Epp, and Denis Tanguay
 16. Examining the role of logic in teaching proof: Viviane DurandGuerrier, Paolo Boero, Nadia Douek, Susanna Epp, and Denis Tanguay
 17. Transitions and proof and proving at tertiary level: Annie Selden
 Part VI: Lessons from the Eastern cultural traditions
 18. Using documents from ancient China to teach mathematical proof: Karine Chemla
 19. Proof in the Western and Eastern traditions: Implications for mathematics education: Man Keung Siu
 Acknowledgements
 Appendix 1: Discussion Document
 Appendix 2: Conference Proceedings: Table of contents
 Author Index
 Subject Index.
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 New York : Springer, ©2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (viii, 294 pages) : illustrations
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 Part I. Reflections on the Nature and Teaching of Proof
 Chapter 1. The Conjoint Origin of Proof and Theoretical Physics Hans Niels Jahnke
 Chapter 2. Lakatos, Lakoff and Nunez: Towards a Satisfactory Definition of Continuity. Teun Koetsier
 Chapter 3. PreAxiomatic Mathematical Reasoning: An Algebraic Approach Mary Catherine Leng
 Chapter 4. Completions, Constructions and Corrollaries Thomas Mormann
 Chapter 5. Authoritarian vs. Authoritative Teaching: Polya and Lakatos Brendan Larvor
 Chapter 6. Proofs as Bearers of Mathematical Knowledge Gila Hanna & Ed Barbeau
 Chapter 7. Mathematicians' Individual Criteria for Accepting Theorems and Proofs: An Empirical Approach Aiso Heinze Part II. Proof and Cognitive Development
 Chapter 8. Bridging Knowing and Proving in Mathematics: A Didactical Perspective Nicolas Balacheff
 Chapter 9. The Longterm Cognitive Development of Reasoning and Proof David Tall & Juan Pablo MejiaRamos
 Chapter 10. Historical Artefacts, Semiotic Mediation and Teaching Proof Mariolina BartoliniBussi
 Chapter 11. Proofs, Semiotics and Artefacts of Information Technologies Alessandra Mariotti Part III. Experiments, Diagrams and Proofs
 Chapter 12. Proof as Experiment in Wittgenstein Alfred Nordmann
 Chapter 13. Experimentation and Proof in Mathematics Michael D. de Villiers
 Chapter 14. Proof, Mathematical ProblemSolving, and Explanation in Mathematics Teaching Kazuhiko Nunokawa
 Chapter 15. Evolving Geometric Proofs in the 17th Century: From Icons toSymbols Evelyne Barbin
 Chapter 16. Proof in the Wording: Two modalities from Ancient Chinese Algorithms Karine Chemla.
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