**ISBN:** 0521700264

**Author:** Alex Kozulin,James T. Kinard

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 8, 2008)

**Pages:** 216

**Category:** Medicine

**Subcategory:** Medicine

**Rating:** 4.8

**Votes:** 411

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This book demonstrates how rigorous mathematical thinking can be fostered through the development of students' cognitive tools and operations. by James T. Kinard (Author), Alex Kozulin (Author).

This book demonstrates how rigorous mathematical thinking can be fostered through the development of students' cognitive tools and operations. This approach seems to be particularly effective with socially disadvantaged and culturally different students. The authors argue that children's cognitive functions cannot be viewed as following a natural maturational path: they should be actively constructed during the educational process.

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Book Publishing WeChat. The Mechanics of Conceptual Thinking. amp; Kozulin, A. (2008). Ethnographic methods were employed for collecting and analyzing data through classroom observation with audio-video tape recordings on 17 consecutive lessons on addition, students’ written works, field note taking and interviewing the classroom teacher.

James T Kinard, Alex Kozulin. This book demonstrates how rigorous mathematical thinking can be fostered through the development of students' cognitive tools and operations.

Rigorous Mathematical Thinking : Conceptual Formation in the Mathematics Classroom. By (author) Kinard James T Kozulin Alex. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Format Book 217 pages. Publication date 14 May 2014. This book demonstrates how rigorous mathematical thinking can be fostered through the development of students’ cognitive tools and operations. The authors argue that children’s cognitive functions cannot be viewed as following a natural maturational path: they should be actively constructed during the educational process.

The Mathematics Teacher (MT), an official journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics . Rigorous Mathematical Thinking: Conceptual Formation in the Mathematics Classroom by James T. Kinard S. Alex Kozulin (p. 230).

The Mathematics Teacher (MT), an official journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, is devoted to improving mathematics instruction from grade 8-14 and supporting teacher education programs.