No Judul Penulis Tahun
1 DESIGN RESEARCH ON RATIO AND PROPORTION LEARNING BY USING RATIO TABLE AND GRAPH WITH OKU TIMUR CONTEXT AT THE 7th GRADE Haniful Muttaqin1, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri2, Somakim2 2017
2 DESIGN STUDY: INTEGER SUBTRACTION OPERATION TEACHING LEARNING USING MULTIMEDIA IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Rendi Muhammad Aris, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Ely Susanti 2017
3 ETHNOMATHEMATICS IN PERSPECTIVE OF SUNDANESE CULTURE Atje Setiawan Abdullah 2017
4 EXAMINING OF MODEL ELICITING ACTIVITIES DEVELOPED BY MATHEMATICS STUDENT TEACHERS Ayşe Tekin Dede1, Çağlar Naci Hidiroğlu2, Esra Bukova Güzel1 2017
5 IMPLEMENTING INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING AND EXAMINING THE EFFECTS IN JUNIOR COLLEGE PROBABILITY LESSONS Jessie Siew Yin Chong 2017
6 IMPROVING MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITY AND SELF-CONFIDENCE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGH CONTEXTUAL LEARNING MODEL Edy Surya, Feria Andriana Putri, Mukhtar 2017
7 IMPROVING MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF INDONESIAN 5TH GRADE STUDENTS THROUGH GUIDED DISCOVERY LEARNING Yurniwati1, Latipa Hanum2 2017
8 INVESTIGATION OF CONTINGENCY PATTERNS OF TEACHERS’ SCAFFOLDING IN TEACHING AND LEARNING MATHEMATICS Anwar1, Ipung Yuwono2, Edy Bambang Irawan2, Abdur Rahman As’ari2 2017
9 JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SUBJECT OF CONGRUENCE AND SIMILARITY IN THE CONTEXT OF DAILY LIFE AND CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE Sefa Dündar, Nazan Gündüz 2017
10 LATENT CLUSTER ANALYSIS OF INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES REPORTED BY HIGH- AND LOW-PERFORMING MATHEMATICS TEACHERS IN FOUR COUNTRIES Qiang Cheng1, Hsien-Yuan Hsu2 2017
11 MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE OF STUDENT THINKING AND ITS EVIDENCES IN THEIR INSTRUCTION Aytuğ Özaltun Çelik1, Esra Bukova Güzel2 2017
12 METAPHORICAL THINKING LEARNING AND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS’ MATHEMATICAL QUESTIONING ABILITY Heris Hendriana, Euis Eti Rohaeti, Wahyu Hidayat 2017
13 ON USING VARIOUS MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTIONS VERSUS TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION: AN ACTION RESEARCH Jehad Alzabut 2017
14 OUR PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATIC TEACHERS ARE NOT CRITICAL THINKERS YET Abdur Rahman As’ari1, Ali Mahmudi2, Elah Nuerlaelah3 2017
15 SUNDANESE ETHNOMATHEMATICS: MATHEMATICAL ACTIVITIES IN ESTIMATING, MEASURING, AND MAKING PATTERNS Dedi Muhtadi1, Sukirwan2, Warsito3, Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana4 2017
16 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OPEN-INQUIRY APPROACH TO IMPROVE STUDENTS’ LEARNING ACTIVITIES, RESPONSES, AND MATHEMATICAL CREATIVE THINKING SKILLS Kadir, Lucyana, Gusni Satriawati 2017
17 UNDERSTANDING OF PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS OF THE CONCEPT OF DIAGONAL Ülkü Ayvaz1, Nazan Gündüz1, Figen Bozkuş2 2017
18 USING BAYESIAN NETWORKS TO UNDERSTAND RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MATH ANXIETY, GENDERS, PERSONALITY TYPES, AND STUDY HABITS AT A UNIVERSITY IN JORDAN Linda Smail 2017
19 CULTIVATING UPPER SECONDARY STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL REASONING-ABILITY AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS MATHEMATICS THROUGH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING E. Elvis Napitupulu1, Didi Suryadi2, Yaya S. Kusumah2 2016
20 DEVELOPING PISA-LIKE MATHEMATICS TASK WITH INDONESIA NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE AS CONTEXT TO ASSESS STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL LITERACY Wuli Oktiningrum1, Zulkardi2, Yusuf Hartono2 2016
21 DEVELOPMENT A CONSTRUCTIVIST MODULE AND WEB ON CIRCLE AND SPHERE MATERIAL WITH WINGEOM SOFTWARE Hamdunah1, Alfi Yunita1, Zulkardi2 and Muhafzan3 2016
22 GRAPHIC ORGANIZER IN ACTION: SOLVING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS WORD PROBLEMS Khoo Jia Sian 2016
23 INVESTIGATING STUDENTS’ DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING INTEGER CONCEPT AND INTEGER ADDITION Nenden Octavarulia Shanty 2016
24 LEARNING MATERIALS DESIGN PATTERN NUMBERS CONTEXT MAKING KEMPLANG IN CLASS IX Yayan Eryandi1, Somakim2, Yusuf Hartono2 2016
25 MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDING AND REPRESENTATION ABILITY OF PUBLIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL IN NORTH SUMATRA Ani Minarni, E. Elvis Napitupulu, Rahmad Husein 2016
26 OPEN-ENDED APPROACH: AN EFFORT IN CULTIVATING STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL CREATIVE THINKING ABILITY AND SELF-ESTEEM IN MATHEMATICS Abdul Fatah1, Didi Suryadi2, Jozua Sabandar2, Turmudi2 2016
27 STUDENTS’ INFORMATION LITERACY: A PERSPECTIVE FROM MATHEMATICAL LITERACY Ariyadi Wijaya 2016
28 SUPPORTING STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF LINEAR EQUATIONS WITH ONE VARIABLE USING ALGEBRA TILES Sari Saraswati1, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri2, Somakim2 2016
29 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND MATHEMATICAL COMPETENCY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Nurul Adibah Khairiyah Mohd Nor1, Zaleha Ismail2, Yudariah Mohammad Yusof3 2016
30 USING TASK LIKE PISA’S PROBLEM TO SUPPORT STUDENT’S CREATIVITY IN MATHEMATICS Rita Novita1, Mulia Putra2 2016
31 ASSESSING SEVENTH GRADERS’ MATHEMATICAL LITERACY IN SOLVING PISA-LIKE TASKS Andi Harpeni Dewantara1, Zulkardi2, Darmawijoyo2 2015
32 ELPSA AS A LESSON DESIGN FRAMEWORK Tom Lowrie, Sitti Maesuri Patahuddin 2015
33 ENHANCING STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATION SKILLS THROUGH TREFFINGER TEACHING MODEL Idrus Alhaddad 2015
34 INVESTIGATING THE ACT OF DESIGN IN DISCHARGE CONCEPT USING PMRI Lestariningsih 2015
35 Learning Multiplication Using Indonesian Traditional game in Third Grade Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana 2015
36 LEVELING OF CRITICAL THINKING ABILITIES OF STUDENTS OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION IN MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING Rasiman 2015
37 MATHEMATICAL CRITICAL THINKING ABILITY THROUGH CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING APPROACH Kurniati1, Yaya S. Kusumah2, Jozua Sabandar2, Tatang Herman2 2015
38 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PMRI TEACHERS FOR INTRODUCING SOCIAL NORMS Ratu Ilma Indra Putri1, Maarten Dolk2, Zulkardi1 2015
39 PROFILE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH HIGH MATHEMATICS ABILITY IN SOLVING SHAPE AND SPACE PROBLEM Mulia Putra1, Rita Novita2 2015
40 THE IMPACT OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING APPROACH TOSENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICS CRITICAL THINKING ABILITY Reviandari Widyatiningtyas1, Yaya S. Kusumah2, Utari Sumarmo2, Jozua Sabandar2 2015
41 The Legend of Kemaro Island for Supporting Students in Learning Average Lestariningsih, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Darmawijoyo 2015
42 USING RASCH ANALYSIS TO EXPLORE WHAT STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT PROBABILITY CONCEPTS Zamalia Mahmud1, Anne Porter2 2015
43 USING SET MODEL FOR LEARNING ADDITION OF INTEGERS Umi Puji Lestari1, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri2, Yusuf Hartono2 2015
44 UTILIZING MICROSOFT MATHEMATICS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING CALCULUS Rina Oktaviyanthi, Yani Supriani 2015
45 A COGNITIVE THEORY DRIVEN NEW ORIENTATION OF INDONESIAN LESSONS Edyta Nowinska 2014
46 BUILDING STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF QUADRATIC EQUATION CONCEPT USING NAÏVE GEOMETRY Achmad Dhany Fachrudin1, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri2, Darmawijoyo2 2014
47 DESIGNING TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR MATHEMATICS TEACHING WITH VARIATION THEORY Rooselyna Ekawati1,2, Fou-Lai Lin2 2014
48 DEVELOPING MATHEMATICS PROBLEMS BASED ON PISA LEVEL OF CHANGE AND RELATIONSHIPS CONTENT Shahibul Ahyan1, Zulkardi2, Darmawijoyo2 2014
49 IMPROVING INTUITION SKILLS WITH REALISTIC MATHEMATICS EDUCATION Bonita Hirza 2014
50 LEARNING ONE-DIGIT DECIMAL NUMBERS BY MEASUREMENT AND GAME PREDICTING LENGTH Puji Astuti 2014
51 LEARNING THE CRITICAL POINTS FOR ADDITION IN MATEMATIKA GASING Johannes Hamonangan Siregar 2014
52 LOCAL INSTRUCTION THEORY ON DIVISION IN MATHEMATICS GASING: THE CASE OF RURAL AREA’S STUDENT IN INDONESIA Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana, Petra Suwasti 2014
53 MATHEMATICS EDUCATION IN SINGAPORE – AN INSIDER’S PERSPECTIVE Berinderjeet Kaur 2014
54 STUDENTS’ INITIAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT OF CONSERVATION OF AREA Rindu Alriavindra Funny 2014
55 TEACHING MULTIPLICATION OF NUMBERS FROM 1 TO 10 TO STKIP SURYA STUDENTS USING MATEMATIKA GASING Josephine Kusuma, Sulistiawati 2014
56 UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT OF FUNCTION Caroline Bardini1, Robyn Pierce1, Jill Vincent1, Deborah King2 2014
57 UNDERSTANDING PROFILE FROM THE PHILOSOPHY, PRINCIPLES, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF RME Hongki Julie1, St. Suwarsono1, Dwi Juniati2 2014
58 USING THE INTERNET IN HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS Esther Yook-Kin Loong 2014
59 UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN MATHEMATICS LEARNING Farzaneh Saadati1, Rohani Ahmad Tarmizi1,2 , Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub1,2 2014
60 Collaborative and Cooperative Learning in Malaysian Mathematics Education Md. Anowar Hossain 2012
61 Developing Metacognitive and Discursive Activities in The Indonesian Mathematics Education Christa Kaune 2012
62 Early Fractions Learning of 3rd Grade Students in SD Laboratorium Unesa Elisabet Ayunika Permata Sari 2012
63 Eliciting Mathematical Thinking of Students through Realistic Mathematics Education Lathiful Anwar 2012
64 Exploring Primary Student’s Problem-Solving Ability by Doing Tasks Like PISA’s Question Rita Novita, Zulkardi, Yusuf Hartono 2012
65 Learning The Concept of Area and Perimeter by Exploring Their Relation Destina Wahyu Winarti 2012
66 Rectangular Array Model Supporting Students’ Spatial Structuring in Learning Multiplication Nenden Octavarulia Shanty, Surya Wijaya 2012
67 Spatial Visualization Tasks To Support Students’ Spatial Structuring In Learning Volume Measurement Shintia Revina, Zulkardi, Darmawijoyo, Frans van Galen 2012
68 Students’ Modelling in Learning The Concept of Speed Fatimatul Khikmiyah 2012
69 Supporting Fifth Graders in Learning Multiplication of Fraction with Whole Number Cut Khairunnisak 2012
70 Supporting Student’s Ability in Understanding Least Common Multiple (LCM) Concept Using Storytelling Septi Triyani, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Darmawijoyo 2012
71 Supporting Students’ Understanding of Percentage Veronika Fitri Rianasari 2012
72 The PISA View of Mathematical Literacy in Indonesia Kaye Stacey 2012
73 A capstone mathematics course for prospective
secondary mathematics teachers
Alice F. Artzt • Alan Sultan • Frances R. Curcio • Theresa Gurl 2011
74 A comparison of propensity score matching methods for reducing selection bias Bai 2011
75 A critical-realist response to the postmodern agenda in instructional design and technology: a way forward Michael A. Evans 2011
76 A Faster Track: Decreasing the Number of Semesters Students Spend in Developmental Mathematics without Lowering Academic Expectations Kathy Rodgers; Brian Posler; Linda Trible 2011
77 A Millenium Learning Goal for education post-2015: a question of outcomes or proccesses Barrett 2011
78 A short history of the Fibonacci and golden numbers with their applications Lokenath Debnatha 2011
79 A study of learning and motivation in a new media enriched environment for middle school science Min Liu 2011
80 A Tale of Two Masses Kurt Bryan 2011
81 A window of opportunity: perspectives of preservice teachers from the United States on the customs and practices of teaching in primary schools in England Suzanne M. Flannery Quinn 2011
82 Academic dissatisfaction, managerial change and neo-liberalism Nick Fredman • James Doughney 2011
83 Accountability conversations: mathematics teachers’ learning through challenge and solidarity Karin Brodie • Yael Shalem 2011
84 Acknowledgements Scheurich and Clark 2011
85 An Evolutionary Upgrade of Cognitive Load Theory: Using the Human Motor System and Collaboration
to Support the Learning of Complex Cognitive Tasks
Fred Paas & John Sweller 2011
86 An investigation of the artifacts and process of constructing computers games about environmental science in a fifth grade classroom Ahmet Baytak 2011
87 An investigation of the artifacts and process
of constructing computers games about environmental science in a fifth grade classroom
Ahmet Baytak • Susan M. Land 2011
88 Artefacts and utilization schemes in mathematics teacher education: place value in early childhood education Maria G. Bartolini Bussi 2011
89 Asian perspectives on teacher education Sylvia Yee Fan Tang 2011
90 ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION AND PROOF IN A HAND-HELD DYNAMIC GEOMETRY ENVIRONMENT John Gardinera ; Brian Hudsona ; Hilary Poveya 2011
91 Assessment of Oral Communication: A Major Review of the Historical Development and Trends in the Movement from 1975 to 2009 Morreale, Backlund, Hay, Moore 2011
92 Awareness about plagiarism amongst university students in Pakistan Muhammad Ramzan • Muhammad Asif Munir • Nadeem Siddique •
Muhammad Asif
2011
93 Be the Volume: A Classroom Activity to Visualize Volume Estimation Jessica Mikhaylov 2011
94 Binomial Coefficients Modulo a Prime – A Visualization Approach to Undergraduate Research Michael Bardzell; Eirini Poimenidou 2011
95 CABRI AS A COGNITIVE TOOL FOR THE EVOLUTION OF A SENSE OF PROVING Catia Mogettaa 2011
96 Career changers and fast-track induction: teacher perspectives on their early professional development Vivienne Griffithsa 2011
97 Causation in educational research Maxwell 2011
98 Cautions and assurances for those who would design a small urban high school; bringing 20 years of research to the planning table Slotta and Fernandez 2011
99 Charles Clotfelter (ed.): American universities in a global market NBER and Chicago University Press Pedro N. Teixeira 2011
100 Clinical supervision and teacher development: pre-service and inservice applications Chris Husbands 2011
101 Communication in the Disciplines: Interpersonal Communication in Dietetics Vrchota 2011
102 Comparing Vignette Instruction and Assessment Tasks to Classroom Observations and Reflections Carolyn Jeffriesa ; Dale W. Maederb 2011
103 Computer-generated geometry instruction: a preliminary study Helen W. Kang 2011
104 Computer-generated geometry instruction:
a preliminary study
Helen W. Kang • Sydney S. Zentall 2011
105 Conceptualising gender equality in research on education quality Aikman, Halai, and Rubagiza 2011
106 Conducting task-based interviews with pairs of children: consensus, conflict, knowledge construction and turn taking Houssart and Evens 2011
107 CONTEXT IN MATHS TEST QUESTIONS: DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE? Hanna Vappulaa ; Tandi Clausen-Maya 2011
108 Context matters: increasing understanding with interactive Clicker Case studies Mary A. Lundeberg 2011
109 Context matters: increasing understanding
with interactive Clicker Case studies
Mary A. Lundeberg 2011
110 Contrasts in student engagement, meaning-making, dislikes, and challenges in a discovery-based program of game design learning Rebecca Reynolds • Idit Harel Caperton 2011
111 Crazy U: One Dad’s Crash Course in GettingHis Kid into College Andrew Ferguson.
New York: Simon & Schuster
2011
112 Creating Games from Mathematical Problems Klára Pintér 2011
113 Creativity in the training and practice of instructional
designers: the Design/Creativity Loops model
Gregory Clinton • Brad Hokanson 2011
114 critical-realist response to the postmodern agenda
in instructional design and technology: a way forward
Michael A. Evans 2011
115 Curiosity, interest and engagement in technology-pervasive learning environments: a new research agenda Marilyn P. Arnone • Ruth V. Small • Sarah A. Chauncey •
H. Patricia McKenna
2011
116 Democratization of secondary education in Malaysia: attitudes towards schooling and educational aspirations Yao Sua Tan 2011
117 Developing causal understanding with causal maps: the impact of total links, temporal flow, and lateral
position of outcome nodes
Allan Jeong • Woon Jee Lee 2011
118 Developing qualitative coding frameworks for educational research: immigration, education and the Children Crossing Borders project Adair and Pastori 2011
119 Different but similar: computer use patterns
between young Korean males and females
Keol Lim • Ellen B. Meier 2011
120 Distributed Cognition as a Lens to Understand the Effects of Scaffolds: The Role of Transfer of Responsibility Brian R. Belland 2011
121 Do honors students have more potential for excellence in their professional lives? Karin Scager 2011
122 Early childhood teacher education: the case of geometry Douglas H. Clements • Julie Sarama 2011
123 Educating About Sustainability While Enhancing Calculus Thomas J. Pfaff 2011
124 Educating the Developing Mind: Towards an Overarching Paradigm Andreas Demetriou 2011
125 Education quality in post-apartheid South African policy: balancing equity, diversity, rights and participation Sayed and Ahmed 2011
126 Educational decentralization: a review of popular discourse on Chinese-English bilingual education An E. He 2011
127 Educational knowledge generation from administrative data Miguel Arevalillo-Herra´ez 2011
128 Establishing Field-Based Learning by Incorporating Family Math Night into a Mathematics Methodology Course Terri L. Kurz 2011
129 Examining students’ affective commitment toward country: a case study of a Singapore primary school Hew and Cheung 2011
130 EXAMPLES, GENERALISATION AND PROOF Liz Billsa ; Tim Rowlandb 2011
131 Expanding the parameters of academia Celia Whitchurch 2011
132 Expertise Differences in the Comprehension
of Visualizations: a Meta-Analysis of Eye-Tracking
Research in Professional Domains
Andreas Gegenfurtner & Erno Lehtinen & Roger Säljö 2011
133 Exploring online indentity representation: a response to ‘heteronarrative analysis’ Koschoreck 2011
134 Exploring teachers’ narratives of inclusive practice in higher education Christine Savvidou 2011
135 Facilitating Understanding of Movements in Dynamic
Visualizations: an Embodied Perspective
Björn B. de Koning & Huib K. Tabbers 2011
136 Factitious Disorder by Proxy in Educational Settings:
A Review
Ellen M. Frye & Marc D. Feldman 2011
137 Faculty and Students Conceptions of Assessment
in Higher Education
Richard B. Fletcher 2011
138 Feudalism and academia: UK academics’ accounts of research culture Holligan 2011
139 Focusing on pedagogical research John Loughran 2011
140 FODEM: a multi-threaded research and development method for educational technology Jarkko Suhonen 2011
141 FODEM: a multi-threaded research and development method for educational technology Jarkko Suhonen • M. Ruth de Villiers • Erkki Sutinen 2011
142 From preschool teachers’ professional development to children’s knowledge: comparing sets Dina Tirosh • Pessia Tsamir • Esther Levenson • Michal Tabach 2011
143 Galois’ Remarkable Subgroups Matt D. Lunsford 2011
144 George Veletsianos (ed): Emerging technologie in distance education Beth A. Rochefort 2011
145 Guiding the practice of constructivist teaching Keith S. Taber 2011
146 Health Behavior Change Challenge: Understanding Stages of Change Claire F. Sullivan 2011
147 High School Flight from Reading and Writing Will Fitzhugh 2011
148 Higher education development in Korea: western university ideas, Confucian tradition, and economic
development
Jung Cheol Shin 2011
149 Higher Education? How Colleges Are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids-and What We Can Do About It, Andrew Hacker
and Claudia Dreifus. New
York: Times Books
2011
150 How do instructional designers evaluate? A qualitative study of evaluation in practice David D. Williams 2011
151 How long was your poem?’ Social comparison among junior high school students Tholander 2011
152 Identifying and describing the knowledge needed
by teachers of mathematics
Peter Sullivan 2011
153 Identifying cross-domain distinguishing features of cognitive structure Dirk Ifenthaler 2011
154 Impact of a content and methods course sequence on prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ beliefs AnnaMarie Conner 2011
155 Improving inter-professional collaborations: multi-agency working for children’s wellbeing Todd 2011
156 Improving the usability of the user interface for a digital textbook platform for elementary-school students Cheolil Lim 2011
157 In search of a theoretical basis for storytelling in education research: story as method Gallagher 2011
158 In Search of the Big Bubble Andrew Simoson; Bethany Wentzky 2011
159 In Their Own Words: Getting Pumped for Calculus Fabiana Cardetti; P. J. McKenna 2011
160 Initial teacher development in science: the impact of constructivistinformed practice on learning Eira Wyn Patterson 2011
161 Inside, outside, upside down: the fluidity of academic researcher ‘identity’ in working with/in school Thomson and Gunter 2011
162 Integrating physical activity data technologies
into elementary school classrooms
Victor R. Lee • Jonathan M. Thomas 2011
163 Internasional collaboration and research capacity building; learning from the EdQual experience Barrett, Crossley, and Dach 2011
164 Investigating relationships between features of learning designs and student learning outcomes Carmel McNaught 2011
165 Investigating the influences of a LEAPS model on preservice teachers’ problem solving, metacognition, and motivation in an educational technology course Ian A. Lubin 2011
166 Key pedagogical principles and their major obstacles as perceived by comprehensive school teachers Päivi Atjonen 2011
167 Korean and foreign students’ perceptions of the teacher’s role in a multicultural online learning environment in Korea Dong Yub Lee 2011
168 Learners’ perceptions and illusions of adaptivity in computer-based learning environments Mieke Vandewaetere 2011
169 Learning to Balance Assistance With Assessment: A Scholarship of Field Instruction Kevin G. Basmadjiana 2011
170 Learning to pose cognitively demanding tasks through letter writing Anderson Norton • Signe Kastberg 2011
171 List of reviewers for 2010, Volume 23 2011
172 Low-Threshold Active Teaching Methods for Mathematic Instruction Sebastian M. Marotta; Jace Hargis 2011
173 Manipulatives for 3-Dimensional Coordinate Systems Lorelei Koss 2011
174 Mathematical Vignettes in a University-Controlled Freshman Seminar, or “Oh — That’s Cool!” William P. Abrams; M. Leigh Lunsford 2011
175 Matter Gravitates, but Does Gravity Matter? C. W. Groetsch 2011
176 Measuring learning in serious games: a case study with structural assessment Pieter Wouters 2011
177 Measuring learning in serious games:
a case study with structural assessment
Pieter Wouters 2011
178 Mobile innovations, executive functions, and educational developments in conflict zones: a case study from Palestine Elizabeth Buckner 2011
179 Motivation and learning in an online, unmoderated, mathematics workshop for teachers K. Ann Renninger 2011
180 Motivation and new media: an introduction to the special issue Ruth V. Small 2011
181 On a Family of Circles Timothy G. Feeman 2011
182 Oral Assessments: Improving Retention, Grades, and Understanding Mary A. Nelson 2011
183 Parameter Estimates in Differential Equation Models for Population Growth Brian J. Winkel 2011
184 Peer-to-Peer Teaching Using Multi-Disciplinary Applications as Topics Rodney X. Sturdivant; Brian E. Souhan 2011
185 Personal Narrative Performance in the Classroom: A Teaching Tool Lori Montalbano; Dorothy W. Ige 2011
186 Prediction assessments: Using video-based predictions to assess prospective teachers’ knowledge of students’ mathematical thinking Anderson Norton • Andrea McCloskey • Rick A. Hudson 2011
187 Preschool provision and children of migrants in Beijing Berenice Nyland, Chris Nyland, Zhang Yan 2011
188 Primary Trait Analysis to Assess a Learner-Centered, Upper-Level Mathematics Course Salar Alsardary 2011
189 Promoting teacher and school development through co-enquiry: developing interactive whiteboard use in a ‘dialogic classroom’ Paul Warwick 2011
190 Prospective teachers’ learning to provide instructional explanations: how does it look and what might it take? Charalambos Y. Charalambous 2011
191 Prospects for educational research Nind and Todd 2011
192 Psalms for the Fallen World Joel B. Peckham, Jr. 2011
193 Psychometric characteristics of the Persian version of the Multidimensional School Anger Inventory-Revised Vahid Aryadoust, Sanaz Akbarzadeh, Sana Akbarzadeh 2011
194 Racial Gaps in Testing and Scholastic Achievement Robert VerBruggen 2011
195 Reconstructing Readability: Recent Developments and Recommendations in the Analysis of Text Difficulty Rebekah George Benjamin 2011
196 Researcher/researched: relations of vulnerability/relations of power Huckaby 2011
197 Researching sex and lies in the classroom; allegations of sexual misconduct in schools Angelides 2011
198 Revealing the invisible: confronting passive racism in teacher education McIntyre 2011
199 Richey, Klein & Tracy: The instructional design knowledge base: theory, research, and practice Ward Mitchell Cates 2011
200 Roles of women’s higher education institutions
in international contexts
Kristen A. Renn 2011
201 Schools as professional learning communities for early-career teachers: how do early-career teachers rate them? Susan Lovett 2011
202 Schools for Misrule: Legal Academia and an Overlawyered America byWalter Olson. New
York: Encounter Books
2011
203 Secondary teachers’ knowledge of elementary number theory proofs: the case of general-cover proofs Michal Tabach 2011
204 Seeking renewal, finding community: participatory action research in teacher education Roni Jo Draper 2011
205 Self-Reflective Grading: Getting Students to Learn from their Mistakes Vera Cherepinsky 2011
206 Self-regulated learning in teaching: students’ experiences May Britt Postholm 2011
207 Self-regulation of motivation when learning online: the importance of who, why and how Carol Sansone 2011
208 Sharks, Minnows, and Wheelbarrows: Calculus Modeling Projects Michael D. Smith 2011
209 Shoving our way into young people’s lives Amanda McGraw 2011
210 Situated performances in a graduate teacher education course: an inquiry into the impact of Cultural and Political Vignettes (CPVs) Jacqueline Darvin 2011
211 Solving ay” + by’ + cy = 0 with a Simple Product Rule Approach John Tolle 2011
212 Student teachers’ indirect complaining in learning groups Marjatta Pakkanen 2011
213 Student Use of Relational and Influence Messages in Response to Perceived Instructor Power Use in American and Chinese College Classrooms Goodboy, Bolkan, Myers, Zhao 2011
214 Student-Faculty Interactions about Disappointing Grades: Application of the Goals-Plans-Actions Model and the Theory of Planned Behavior Henningsen, Valde, Russell, Russell 2011
215 Students’ Perceived Understanding: An Alternative Measure and its Associations with Perceived Teacher Confirmation, Verbal Aggressiveness, and Credibility Schrodt and Finn 2011
216 Students’ confidence and perceived value for participating in cross-cultural wiki-based collaborations Peggy A. Ertmer 2011
217 Successful induction for new teachers: a guide for NQTs & induction tutors, coordinators, and mentors Stephanie Kurtts 2011
218 Supporting children’s mathematical understanding: professional development focused on out-of-school
practices
Edd V. Taylor 2011
219 Survivor Math: Using Pop Culture to Enhance Learning Mathematics Robert Burks 2011
220 Teacher Wellbeing: The Importance of Teacher–Student Relationships Jantine L. Spilt & Helma M. Y. 2011
221 Teachers’ classroom-based action research Cain 2011
222 Teachers’ knowledge, practice, and identity: essential aspects of teachers’ learning Joa˜o Pedro da Ponte 2011
223 Teacher-student interpersonal relationships in Indonesia: profiles and importance to student motivation Maulana, Opdenakker, Brok, Bosker 2011
224 Teaching and learning in two languages in African classrooms Clegg and Afitska 2011
225 Teaching Assistants Who Instruct Preparatory Mathematics to Academically-Challenged First-Year College Students Danté A. L. Tawfeeq 2011
226 Teaching Teachers About Measurement: A Varied Approach Samuel Otten; Edward A. Corcoran 2011
227 Technology enhanced feedback tools as a knowledge management mechanism for supporting professional growth and school reform Alan Bain 2011
228 Testing for factorial invariance of the Modified Leadership Scale for Sports: using a Japanese version Kwon, Pyun, Han, Ogasawara 2011
229 The Definition, Assessment, and Mitigation of State Boredom Within Educational Settings: A Comprehensive Review Jennifer J. Vogel-Walcutt & Logan Fiorella &
Teresa Carper & Sae Schatz
2011
230 The Design and Benefits of a Teaching Seminar for Pre-Service Secondary Mathematics Teachers Angela M. Hodge 2011
231 The design of motivational agents and avatars Amy L. Baylor 2011
232 The durability of professional and sociomathematical
norms intentionally fostered in an early pedagogy course
Laura R. Van Zoest • Shari L. Stockero • Cynthia E. Taylor 2011
233 The empirical basis for adopting a civic rationale
for internationalization
Aaron S. Horn • Darwin D. Hendel • Gerald W. Fry 2011
234 The field of research in mathematics teacher education O. Chapman 2011
235 The first three years: experiences of early career teachers Ashley Fenwick 2011
236 The general education initiative in Hong Kong: organized contradictions and emerging tensions David Jaffee 2011
237 The influence of theoretical tools on teachers’ orientation to notice and classroom practice: a case study Maria Mellone 2011
238 The Interactive Media Package for Assessment of Communication and Critical Thinking (IMPACCT): Testing a Programmatic Online Communication Competence Assessment System Spitzberg 2011
239 The Mathematics of Star Trek — An Honors Colloquium Michael A. Karls 2011
240 The myth behind the subject leader as a school key player Hasia Friedman 2011
241 The nature and development of middle school
mathematics teachers’ knowledge
Kim Beswick • Rosemary Callingham • Jane Watson 2011
242 The role of subject knowledge in primary prospective teachers’ approaches to teaching the topic of area Carol Murphy 2011
243 The Simple View of Reading: Is It Valid for Different
Types of Alphabetic Orthographies?
Elena Florit & Kate Cain 2011
244 The structure of prospective kindergarten teachers’
proportional reasoning
Demetra Pitta-Pantazi • Constantinos Ch 2011
245 Theory to reality: a few issues in implementing problem-based learning Woei Hung 2011
246 Three dimensions of reflective thinking in solving design problems: a conceptual model Yi-Chun Hong 2011
247 Toward a More Comprehensive Understanding
of Bullying in School Settings
María Victoria Carrera & Renée DePalma &
María Lameiras
2011
248 Towards a framework for researching the quality of education in low-income countries Tikly 2011
249 Towards a science of motivated learning
in technology-supported environments
Richard E. Mayer 2011
250 Towards an understanding of instructional design heuristics: an exploratory Delphi study Cindy S. York 2011
251 Understanding and supporting online communities of practice: lessons learned from Wikipedia Xiaoli Zhao 2011
252 University–industry collaboration from a relationship marketing perspective: an empirical analysis in a Spanish University Marta Frasquet • Haydee´ Caldero´n • Amparo Cervera 2011
253 Using museums as an educational resource an introductory handbook for students and teachers Stephenson 2011
254 Using technology to explore mathematical relationships: a framework for orienting mathematics courses for prospective teachers Janet S. Bowers • Becky Stephens 2011
255 Using the Chain Rule as the Key Link in Deriving the General Rules for Differentiation David Sprows 2011
256 What is Mathematics and Why Won’t it Go Away? Susan Jane Colley 2011
257 What the West can learn from the East: Asian perspectives on the psychology of learning and motivation Nagabhushan 2011
258 Where is the Mistake? The Matchstick Problem Revisited Sergei Abramovich; Peter Brouwer 2011
259 Which in- and out-of-school factors explain variations in learning across different socio-economic groups? Finding from South Africa Smith 2011
260 Why do learning goals (not) work: a reexamination of the hypothesized effectiveness of learning goals based on students’ behaviour and cognitive processes Lai Jiang 2011
261 Why do learning goals (not) work: a reexamination of the hypothesized effectiveness of learning goals based on students’ behaviour and cognitive processes Lai Jiang • Jan Elen 2011
262 Windows to early childhood mathematics teacher
education
Pessia Tsamir • Dina Tirosh • Esther Levenson 2011
263 Working with teachers to enable both student
and teacher learning
Margaret Walshaw 2011
264 You Can Build It, but Will They Come? Cheryl Halcrow; Michele Iiams 2011
265 A Concrete Situation For Learning Decimals Puri Pramudiani, Zulkardi, Yusuf Hartono, Barbara van Amerom 2011
266 Building counting by traditional game: A Mathematics Program for Young Children Nasrullah, Zulkardi 2011
267 Design Research on Mathematics Education: Investigating The Progress of Indonesian Fifth Grade Students’ Learning on Multiplication of Fractions With Natural Numbers Nenden Octavarulia Shanty, Yusuf Hartono, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Dede de Haan 2011
268 Designing Reflection and Symmetry Learning by Using Math Traditional Dance in Primary School Yullys Helsa, Yusuf Hartono 2011
269 Developing Student’s Notion of Measurement Unit For Area Kurnia Rahmi Yuberta, Zulkardi, Yusuf Hartono, Frans van Galen 2011
270 Development of Metacognitive and Discursive Activities in Indonesian Maths Teaching Christa Kaune, Elmar Cohors-Fresenborg, Edyta Nowinska 2011
271 Helping Students Acquainted with Multiplication in Rectangular Model Fridgo Tasman, Jaap den Hertog, Zulkardi, Yusuf Hartono 2011
272 How Concrete is Concrete? Koeno Gravemeijer 2011
273 Mathematical Understanding and Proving Abilities: Experiment With Undergraduate Student By Using Modified Moore Learning Approach Rippi Maya, Utari Sumarmo 2011
274 Structured Arrangement Supporting The Development of Splitting Level in Doing Multiplication By Number Up To 20 Meryansumayeka, Darmawijoyo, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Jaap den Hertog 2011
275 Supporting First Grade Students Learning Number Facts Up To 10 Using A Parrot Game Zetra Hainul Putra, Darmawijoyo, Ratu Ilma Indra Putri, Jaap den Hertog 2011
276 The Indonesian’s Road Transportations as The Contexts to Support Primary School Students Learning Number Operation Kairuddin, Darmawijoyo 2011
277 The Role of Context in Third Graders’ Learning of Area Measurement Denny Haris, Ratu Ilma 2011