# Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning

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- Editor: Douglas A. Grouws
- Year: 1992
- Publisher: Macmillan

Now sometimes referred to as simply the "1992 Handbook," the *Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning* was the first research handbook published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. NCTM followed this handbook with the *Second Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning* in 2007.

## Contents

Preface

Acknowledgements

Part I: Overview

- A History of Research in Mathematics Education by Jeremy Kilpatrick
- The Nature of Mathematics: Its Role and Its Influence by John A. Dossey
- Perspectives on Scholarship and Research Methods by Thomas A. Romberg
- Learning and Teaching with Understanding by James Hiebert and Thomas P. Carpenter

Part II: Mathematics Teaching

- The Culture of the Mathematics Classroom: An Unknown Quantity? by Marilyn Nickson
- Mathematics Teaching Practices and Their Effects by Mary Koehler and Douglas A. Grouws
- Teachers' Beliefs and Conceptions: A Synthesis of the Research by Alba Thompson
- Teachers' Knowledge and Its Impact by Elizabeth Fennema and Megan Loef Franke
- Grouping for Instruction in Mathematics: A Call for Programmatic Research on Small-Group Processes by Thomas L. Good, Catherine Mulryan, and Mary McCaslin
- Professionalization and Mathematics Teaching by Nel Noddings
- Becoming a Mathematics Teacher by Catherine A. Brown and Hilda Borko

Part III: Learning from Instruction

- Research on Whole Number Addition and Subtraction by Karen C. Fuson
- Multiplication and Division as Models of Situations by Brian Greer
- Rational Number, Ratio, and Proportion by Merlyn J. Behr, Guershon Harel, Thomas Post, and Richard Lesh
- Learning to Think Mathematically: Problem Solving, Metacognition, and Sense Making in Mathematics by Alan H. Schoenfeld
- Estimation and Number Sense by Judith Sowder
- The Learning and Teaching of School Algebra by Carolyn Kieran
- Geometry and Spatial Reasoning by Douglas H. Clements and Michael T. Battista
- Research in Probability and Statistics by J. Michael Shaughnessy
- The Transition to Advanced Mathematical Thinking: Functions, Limits, Infinity, and Proof by David Tall

Part IV: Critical Issues

- Technology and Mathematics Education by James J. Kaput
- Ethnomathematics and Everyday Cognition by Terezinha Nunes
- Research on Affect in Mathematics Education: A Reconceptualization by Douglas B. McLeod
- Mathematics and Gender: Changing Perspectives by Gilah C. Leder
- Race, Ethnicity, Social Class, Language, and Achievement in Mathematics by Walter G. Secada
- Assessment of Students' Knowledge of Mathematics: Steps Toward a Theory by Norman L. Webb

Part V: Perspectives

- International Studies of Achievement in Mathematics by David F. Robitaille and Kenneth J. Travers
- International Perspectives on Research in Mathematics Education by Alan J. Bishop
- Reflections on Where Mathematics Education Now Stands and on Where It May Be Going by Robert B. Davis

About the Contributors

Indexes

## Also

- APA
- Grouws, D. A. (Ed.). (1992).
*Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning*(p. 771). New York, NY: Macmillan. - BibTeX

@book{Grouws1992, address = {New York, NY}, editor = {Grouws, Douglas A.}, pages = {771}, publisher = {Macmillan}, title = {{Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning}}, year = {1992}, }