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Affect and mathematical thinking. Role of beliefs, emotions and other affective factors.

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Hannula, Markku S. and Gómez Chacón, Inés María and Philippou, George and Schlöglmann, Wolfgang (2005) Affect and mathematical thinking. Role of beliefs, emotions and other affective factors. In Proceedings of the fourth congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education :18-21 February 2005, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain. European Research in Mathematics Education, Cataluña, pp. 165-284. ISBN 84-611-3282-3

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One of the goals of the working group is to enhance discussion in the CERME - conferences and research between the conferences. Working Group 2 “Affect and mathematical thinking - This includes the role of beliefs, emotions, and other affective factors“ at the CERME 4 -conference was succesful in creating an atmosphere of collaboration among its16 participants. In preparation to the conference took place a call for paper and as a consequence of a reviewing process, 11 papers were accepted for presentation at the conference. The conference program scheduled 7 sessions, each 105 minutes, for work in the group. The chair of the
organizing team worked out a concept for this 7 sessions. In 6 of these 7 sessions should take place a presentation of the key ideas and results of the accepted papers
followed by a general discussion to the papers. Each session was extended by further activities (small group discussions to various themes, role play, analysis of data,
problem solving, etc.). The last session was used for a summary of activities during the conference and highlighting important research questions for the following years.


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CERME 4 : European Research in Mathematics Education IV

Subjects:Humanities > Education > Mathematics study and teaching
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Deposited On:22 Oct 2013 17:36
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