University Press of America

Pages: 386
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Trim: 5¼ x 8½

978-0-7618-2602-6 • Paperback • August 2003 • $98.99 • (£65.00)

**Velta Clarke** is Associate Professor and Director of Secondary Education, SUNY College at Old Westbury

Chapter 1 **Part 1: Historical Context of Mathematics:** Empirical Context of Mathematics; History of Mathematics Reform in the United States Since 1950; How Mathematics Shaped Two Societies: The United States and Russia; Education in Japan and the United States

Chapter 2 **Part 2: Theories of Learning and Principles of Teaching:** Philosophy: The Foundation of Pedagogy; Psychology and the Development of Learning Theories; The Learning Brain

Chapter 3 **Part 3: Integrating Theory into Practice:** Approaches to Teaching; Principles of Planning for Instruction; The Instruction Unit; Preparing and Implementing the Lesson Plan; Models of Delivering Instruction in Mathematics; The Learning Environment; Th

Chapter 4 **Part 4: From Mathematics to Technology:** Technology and Mathematics; Problem-solving Using Excel

Chapter 5 Appendices: Chronological Development: From Mathematics to Technology; Development of Numerals

Chapter 6 Endnotes

Chapter 7 Bibliography

Chapter 8 Index