Read by Jan de Lange.

Read by Jan de Lange.

Niss, . 1993, ‘Assessment of Mathematical Applications and Modelling in Mathematics teaching’, in J. de Lange, C. Keitel, I. Huntley & M. Niss, Innovation in Maths Education by Modelling and Applications, Ellis. Niss, Innovation in Maths Education by Modelling and Applications, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, . Nunes, . Schliemann, . 1993, Street mathematics and school mathematics, Cambridge University Press, New York. Cite this chapter as: De Lange J. (1996) Using and Applying Mathematics in Education. Clements . Keitel . Kilpatrick . Laborde C. (eds) International Handbook of Mathematics Education.

Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 22(3), 123–139. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. In J. de Lange, I. Huntley, C. Keitel, & M. Niss (Ed., Innovation in Maths Education by Modelling and Applications, (pp. 211–224). Chichester: Ellis Horwood. de Corte, . Verschaffel, . & Greer, B. (1996). Mathematics teaching and learning. In D. Berliner, & R. Calfee (Ed., Handbook of Educational Psychology, (pp. 491–549).

In J., Innovation in Maths Education by Modelling and Applications, Chichester: Ellis Horwood, 1993, 211-224. Handbook of Educational Psychology. de Corte E, Verschaffel L, Greer B., Handbook of Educational Psychology.

The overall goal of Modelling and Applications in Mathematics Education is to provide a comprehensive overview of the .

The overall goal of Modelling and Applications in Mathematics Education is to provide a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in the field of modelling and applications in mathematics education.

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That applications and modelling have been important themes in mathematics education can be inferred from the wealth of litera ture on these topics, including . Peter L. Galbraith, Hans-Wolfgang Henn, Mogens Niss.

That applications and modelling have been important themes in mathematics education can be inferred from the wealth of litera ture on these topics, including material generated from a multitude of na tional and international conferences. In particular let us mention firstly the ICMEs (the International Congresses on Mathematical Education), with their regular working or topic groups and lectures on applications and modelling; and secondly the series of ICTMAs (the International Conferences on the Teaching of Mathematical Modelling and Applications) which have been held biennially since 1983.

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