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Mieke Abels (Friday) 
A Learning Trajectory for Fractions with Low-Achieving Students 
 elementary (K-6)
Mieke Abels (Sunday) 
Surface area without length times width 
middle (6-8)
abstract   
Jeffrey Choppin 
A teacherís local theory of instruction: The development of teacher knowledge through enacting challenging tasks 
middle (6-8)
 
Amanda Geist 
Division of Fractions: A Learning Trajectory Designed to Promote Conceptual Understanding 
middle (6-8)
Monica Geist 
Hypothesis Testing in Statistics: A Learning Trajectory Designed to Promote Theoretical Understanding 
post secondary 
Debra I. Johanning &
Kimberly S. Shockey 
Local Instructional Theories and Routines of Practice: Supporting Teachers to Engage Students in Fraction-Based Algorithmic Thinking 
middle (6-8)   
Raymond Johnson 
Contexts and Models for Multiplying, Dividing, and Factoring Polynomials 
post secondary 
abstract   
Meg Meyer 
Designing a Learning Progression on Tangles 
elementary (K-6) 
 
Sonia Palha, Rijkje Dekker, Bernadette van Hout-Wolters & Koeno Gravemeijer 
Geometrical reasoning and proving in small groups: the role of the tasks 
(post) secondary 
abstract   
Fred Peck & Jennifer Muller 
Length times width equals area, and line times line equals parabola: Incorporating two RME models into a cohesive learning trajectory for quadratic functions  
(post) secondary 
abstract   
Cynthia Pray 
Exploring Numeracy Throughout the Day 
elementary (K-6) 
abstract     
Michelle K. Reed, Susann M. Mathews & Aina Appova 
Using Japanese Lesson Study as a Method to Investigate Studentsí Learning Trajectories 
elementary (K-6) 
abstract 
Kevin J. Reins 
The Great Balancing Activity: A Learning Progression for Descriptive Statistics Which Supports Learning With Understanding and Encourages Sense Making 
(post) secondary 
abstract 
Yukata Saburi &
Takehiro Tsubokawa 
Reform trials of mathematics education and teacher training in Fukui, Japan 
middle (6-8)  abstract 
 
Dorothea Steinke 
The Ten Percent Who Never Get It: Number Sense Assessment of developmental math students at a community college and of grades 3-8 at a charter school 
elementary (K-6) 
abstract     
Michelle Stephan et al. 
A proposed instructional theory for introducing integer concepts and the operations 
 middle (6-8)
Steve Thornton & Joanne Statton 
Make it Count - Improving mathematical outcomes for Australian Indigenous students 
elementary (K-6) 
abstract 
Henk van der Kooij
What mathematics is important for (future) work?
(post) secondary 
abstract 
 

 

Keynote 1 - Koeno Gravemeijer: Helping students construct more formal mathematics

Keynote 2 - Doug Clements: Learning Trajectories - The Core of Standards, Teaching & Learning

Keynote 3 - Mary Pittman: Linking policy and practice through learning trajectories

Keynote 4 - Bill Jacob: Functions, Covariation, and the Cartesian Connection: Examining Two Learning Trajectories for Pre-Service Secondary Teachers

Plenary - David Webb: Informed classroom practice: Progress and challenges

RME3 Conference, September 23-25, 2011
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Online Proceedings
Parallel Sessions