Eric.ed.gov – Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group = Actes De La Rencontre Annuelle 2011 Du Groupe Canadien D’étude en Didactique Des Mathématiques (35th, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, June 10-14, 2011)

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This submission contains the Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group (CMESG), held at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s, Newfoundland. The CMESG is a group of mathematicians and mathematics educators who meet annually to discuss mathematics education issues at all levels of learning. The aims of the Study Group are: to advance education by organizing and coordinating national conferences and seminars to study and improve the theories of the study of mathematics or any other aspects of mathematics education in Canada at all levels; and to undertake research in mathematics education and to disseminate the results of this research. These proceedings include plenary lectures, working group reports, topic session descriptions, new PhD reports, and summaries of ad hoc and poster sessions. Papers include: (1) Pattern Composition: Beyond the Basics (Chris K. Palmer); (2) The Pair-Dialogue Approach in Mathematics Teacher Education (Pessia Tsamir and Dina Tirosh); (3) Mathematics Teaching and Climate Change (Richard Barwell, Stewart Craven, and David Lidstone); (4) Meaningful Procedural Knowledge in Mathematics Learning (Wes Maciejewski, Joyce Mgombelo, and Annie Savard); (5) Emergent Methods for Mathematics Education Research: Using Data to Develop Theory / Méthodes émergentes pour les recherches en didactique des mathématiques : Partir des données pour développer des théories (Olive Chapman, Souleymane Barry, and P. Janelle McFeetors); (6) Using Simulation to Develop Students’ Mathematical Competencies–Post Secondary and Teacher Education (Eric Muller, Jean-Philippe Villeneuve, and Philippe Etchecopar); (7) Making Art, Doing Mathematics / Créer de l’art; faire des maths (Eva Knoll and Tara Taylor); (8) Selecting Tasks for Prospective Teachers in Mathematics Education (Marie-Pier Morin, Christian Bernèche, and Ralph Mason); (9) How to Prepare a Public Lecture? First Questions, Then Execution??? (Yvan Saint-Aubin); (10) Warm Hands Taking Cold Mathematics (David Wagner); (11) Opportunities to Learn IN and THROUGH Professional Development: An Analysis of Curriculum Materials (Jenny Sealy Badee); (12) Challenging Our Beliefs and Practices in Secondary Mathematics Education (Lorraine Baron); (13) Pattern Rules, Patterns and Graphs: Analyzing Grade 6 Students’ Learning of Linear Functions Through the Processes of Webbing, Situated Abstractions, and Convergent Conceptual Change (Ruth Beatty); (14) Learning Mathematics for the Workplace: An Activity Theory Study of Pipe Trades Training (Lionel Lacroix); (15) Transforming Mathematics Education for Mi’kmaw Students through Mawikinutimatimk (Lisa Lunney Borden); (16) Coming to Know Mathematics: Views of Two Teacher Mathematicians (Veda Abu-Bakare); (17) What Does ‘Better’ University Mathematics Instruction Look Like? (Mary Beisiegel and Asia Matthews); (18) Exploring Variability in a Dynamic Computer-Based Environment (George Ekol); (19) Virtual Mathematics Marathon: A Mathematical Game For All Children (Margo Kondratieva and Viktor Freiman); (20) Early Childhood Mathematics Education (Donna Kotsopolous and Joanne Lee); (21) The Challenges of Mathematics In-Service (Susan Oesterle); (22) High School Mathematics Students’ Trajectories: Tracking or Differentiating for Success? (Ralph T. Mason and P. Janelle McFeetors). Appended are: (1) Working Groups at Each Annual Meeting; (2) Plenary Lectures at Each Annual Meeting; and (3) Proceedings of Annual Meetings. Appendixes contain: (1) Working Groups at Each Annual Meeting; (2) Plenary Lectures at Each Annual Meeting; and (3) Proceedings of Annual Meetings. Individual papers contain references, tables, and figures. [For the 2010 proceedings, see ED529564.]

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