2019 Articles on Math Education

2019 Articles Summer

Contents

Preface i
01. The same Mathematics curriculum for different students 1
02. Comments to a discussion paper 27
03. A Mathematics Teacher Using Communicative Rationality Towards Children 30
04. Addition-free STEM-based Math for Migrants 31
05. Bundle-Counting Prevents & Cures Math Dislike 44
06. Flexible Bundle-Numbers 47
07. Workshop in Addition-free STEM-based Math 49
08. Addition-free STEM-based Math for Migrants, Power Point Presentation 53
09. Developing the Child’s Own Mastery of Many 73
10. Math Dislike Cured with Inside-Outside Deconstruction 74
11. Learning from The Child’s Own Mathematics 75
12. Five Alternative Ways to Teach Proportionality 76
13. New Textbooks, but for Which of the 3×2 Kinds of Mathematics Education 77
14. Developing the Child’s Own Mastery of Many 78
15. Addition-Free Math Make Migrants and Refugees Stem Educators 84
16. Recounting Before Adding Makes Teachers Course Leaders and Facilitators 86
17. Self-explanatory Learning Material to Improve your Mastery of Many 88
18. Can Grounded Math and Education and Research Become Relevant to Learners 90
19. Recounting in Icon-Units and in Tens Before Adding Totals Next-To and On-Top 92
20. What is Math – and Why Learn it? 93
21. Mathematics with Playing Cards 96
22. Mathematics Predicts, PreCalculus 109
23. Sustainable Adaption to Quantity: From Number Sense to Many Sense 141
23. Sustainable Adaption to Quantity: From Number Sense to Many Sense 143
24. Sustainable Adaption to Double-Quantity: From Pre-Calculus to Per-Number Calculations 155
25. A Lyotardian Dissension to the Early Childhood Consensus on Numbers and Operations: Accepting Children’s Own Double-Numbers with Units, and Multiplication Before Addition 164
26. Bundle Counting Table 166
27. Proposals for the 2020 Swedish Math Biennale 167