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Eric.ed.gov – Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group = Actes De La Rencontre Annuelle 2012 Du Groupe Canadien D’étude en Didactique Des Mathématiques (36th, Québec City, Québec, Canada, May 25-29, 2012)

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This submission contains the Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group (CMESG), held at Laval University in Québec City, Québec. 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, a panel discussion, working group reports, topic session descriptions, new PhD reports, and summaries of ad hoc and poster sessions. Papers include: (1) Towards an Understanding of Ethical Practical Action in Mathematics Education: Insights from Contemporary Inquiries (Margaret Walshaw); (2) Old and New Mathematical Ideas from Africa: Challenges for Reflection (Paulus Gerdes); (3) Cooda, Wooda, Didda, Shooda: Time Series Reflections on CMESG/GCEDM (William Higginson); (4) Panel: What is Fundamental Mathematics for Learners? (Elaine Simmt, Darien Allan, Ralph Mason, Ruth Beatty, Peter Taylor, and Hélène Paradis); (5) Numeracy: Goals, Affordances, and Challenges (France Caron and Peter Liljedahl); (6) Diversities in Mathematics and their Relation to Equity (Beverly Caswell and David Wagner); (7) Technology and Mathematics Teachers (K-16) / La technologie et l’enseignant mathématique (K-16) (Chantal Buteau and Nathalie Sinclair); (8) La preuve en mathématiques et en classe / Proof in Mathematics and in Schools (David Reid and Denis Tanguay); (9) The Role of Text/books in the Mathematics Classroom / Le rôle des manuels scolaires dans la classe de mathématiques (Peter Appelbaum and Susan Gerofsky); (10) Preparing Teachers to Develop Algebraic Thinking in Primary and Secondary School / Préparer les enseignants au développement de la pensée algébrique au primaire et au secondaire (Hassane Squalli, Chris Suurtamm, and Viktor Freiman); (11) Collaboration Between Research in Mathematics Education and Teaching Mathematics: Case Study of Teaching Infinity in Calculus (Miroslav Lovric); (12) Dialogue sur la lecture de textes historiques dans la classe de mathématiques / Dialogue on Reading Original Texts in the Mathematics Classroom (Louis Charbonneau and David Guillemette) [Written in French]; (13) Teaching Toward Equity in Mathematics (Beverly Caswell); (14) Inequalities in the History of Mathematics: From Peculiarities to a Hard Discipline (Elena Halmaghi); (15) The Study of On-line Situations of Validation Experienced by 13- and 14-year-old Students With and Without the Aid of an Electronic Forum (Manon Leblanc); (16) Institutional Acculturation of the Researcher, Teacher, and Secondary 1 Students with Learning Difficulties in Problem Situations Involving Rational Numbers / Les effets d’une démarche d’acculturation sur l’action didactique conjointe de l’enseignant, des élèves et du chercheur, dans l’enseignement/apprentissage des nombres rationnels auprès d’élèves en difficultés d’apprentissage (Geneviève Lessard) [Written in French]; (17) Mathematics Education: An Aporetic of Epistemology, Language and Ethics (Jean-François Maheux); (18) Diverse Perspectives on Teaching “Math for Teachers”: Living the Tensions (Susan Oesterle); (19) Conversations Held and Roles Played During Mathematics Teachers’ Collaborative Design: Two Dimensions of Interaction (Armando Paulino Preciado Babb); (20) The Ordinary Yet Extraordinary Emotions and Motives of Preservice Mathematics Teachers (Oana Radu); (21) Élaboration et analyse d’une intervention didactique, co-construite entre chercheur et enseignant, visant le développement d’un contrôle sur l’activité mathématique chez les élèves du secondaire / Development and Analysis of a Didactic Intervention, Co-constructed Between Researcher and Teacher For the Development of a Control of the Mathematical Activity Among High School Students (Mireille Saboya) [Written in French]; (22) Publishing in the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education (Olive Chapman and Margaret Walshaw); (23) Is It Possible to Measure the Effectiveness of a Specific Approach to Teaching Foundations Mathematics in a Post-Secondary Setting? / Est-il possible de mesurer l’efficacité d’une approche spécifique à l’enseignement mathématiques fondations dans un cadre de post-secondaire? (Taras Gula); (24) Challenges in Supporting Mathematics Teachers to Develop Their Teaching Practices (Lionel Lacroix); (25) Rapport sur le ad hoc éthique et éducation mathématique / Report on the Ethics and Mathematics Education Ad Hoc (Jean-François Maheux); (26) Reading Biographies and Autobiographies of Mathematicians: What Do They Tell Us About the Subject of Mathematics? (Veda Roodal Persad); (27) Online Environments for Mathematics Sharing and Collaboration (Geoffrey Roulet); (28) Ad Hoc Session on Planning for the Next Canadian Math Education Forum (CMEF) to be Held in May 2014 (Peter Taylor); (29) Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Beliefs Toward Mathematics and Mathematics Teaching (Sean Beaudette, Alexandra Penn, and Geoffrey Roulet); (30) Gearing Up For Grade 9: A Learning Object (Laura Broley); (31) Students’ Perceptions of the Role of Theory and Examples in College Level Mathematics (Dalia Challita and Nadia Hardy); (32) Une expérimentation de pratiques gagnantes en enseignement des mathématiques / An Experiment with Successful Practices in Mathematics Teaching (Lucie Deblois); (33) Blended Mathematical Collaboration Using a Wiki, Geogebra and Jing (Jill Lazarus and Geoffrey Roulet); (34) Some Things Technologies Can Tell Us About Technologies: An Instrumented Analysis of Two Successive Mathematics Curricula (Jean-François Maheux and Fabienne Venant); (35) Investigating the Teaching Practices of a Group of Mathematics Graduate Students (Tod L. Shockey and Sibylle Weck-Schwarz); (36) Mathematics For Young Children: Exploring What is Possible in Early Mathematics Education? (Diane Tepylo, Joan Moss, Catherine Bruce, Tara Flynn, Diana Chang, and Zachary Hawes); and (37) Mise à l’essai d’une situation d’enseignement-apprentissage en lien avec le métier du scénographe pour favoriser l’engagement mathématique des élèves du 1er cycle du secondaire (Josianne Trudel) [Written in French]. Appended are: (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 2011 proceedings, see ED547245.]

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