Description 
1 online resource (xi, 362 pages) : illustrations 
Series 
Research in mathematics education 
Contents 
Introductions  Education ministry perspectives on K12 mathematics curriculum. Education ministry perspectives on mathematics curriculum in Japan / Shigeo Yoshikawa  An overview of mathematics education in Singapore / Cheow Kian Soh  Some characteristics of the Korean national curriculum and its revision process / HeeChan Lew  Mathematics curriculum standard of China: its process, strategies, outcomes and difficulties / Xiaotian Sun  Design and implementation perspectives on K12 mathematics curriculum. Sixty years of mathematics syllabi and textbooks in Singapore (19452005) / Peng Yee Lee  Design and implementation of Korean mathematics textbooks / JeongSuk Pang  Curriculum development in China: perspectives from curriculum design and implementation / Jun Li  Innovations bringing degeneration: a lesson from historical analysis of the revisions of the national curriculum standards for upper secondary school math in Japan after World War II / Ryosuke Nagaoka  U.S. perspectives on the curricula of Asian Pacific Rim countires. Some highlights of the similarities and differences in intended, planned/implemented, and achieved curricula between China and the United States / Jinfa Cai  Transforming curriculum from intended to implemented: what teachers need to do and what they learned in the United States and China / Yeping Li  Translating elementary school mathematics curriculum: isn't school mathematics universal? / Tad Watanabe  A look at Japanese junior high school mathematics textbooks / Blake E. Peterson  Exploring Korean primary mathematics / Janice GrowMaienza and Susan Beal  Comparing elementary mathematics curricula of Korea and the United States / Insook Chung  Singapore math: can it help close the U.S. mathematics learning gap? Alan Ginsburg and Steven Leinwand  Singapore math: perspectives and experiences of a college professor / Richard Bisk  Status of calculator and computer technology in the K12 curriculum. Calculator and computer technology in the K12 curriculum: some observations from a U.S. perspective / M. Kathleen Heid  The status of calculator technology in United States K8 mathematics curriculum: it depends on how you look at it / Kathryn B. Chval  Role of testing in the K12 curriculum. Mathematics assessments: do they tell us the same thing / William H. Schmidt  Some impacts of testing on mathematics curriculum from K12: perspectives / Chris Cox  Reflections by conference attendees. Moving beyond myths to foster international collaboration: international conference a step in the right direction / Diane L. Moore, Jill Newton, and Dawn Teuscher  Reflections on assessment / Angela D. Sutter, Dana C. Cox, and Karen L. Fonkert  Afterword / Zalman Usiskin 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references 
Notes 
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Print version record 
Subject 
Curriculum evaluation  Congresses.


Mathematics  Study and teaching  Crosscultural studies  Congresses.


Mathematics  Study and teaching  East Asia  Congresses.


Mathematics  Study and teaching  Singapore  Congresses.

Genre/Form 
Conference papers and proceedings.


Conference papers and proceedings.

Form 
Electronic book

Author 
Usiskin, Zalman.


Willmore, Edwin.

ISBN 
1607529092 (electronic bk.) 

9781607529095 (electronic bk.) 

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