Volume 12 (February 2019)
Comparing structures of statistical hypothesis testing with proof by contradiction: In terms of argument
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Special Feature Articles: Foundations of Mathematics Education for the Future
Understanding and organizing mathematics education as a design science – Origins and new developments
Erich Ch. Wittmann
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Framework of a dynamic cycle for promoting the professional development of mathematics teachers and educators in the lesson study of school mathematics
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Characterizing the quality of mathematics lessons in Japan from the narrative structure of the classroom: “Mathematics lessons incorporating students’ ‘questions’ as a main axis” as a leading case
Masakazu Okazaki, Koji Okamoto and Tatsuo Morozumi
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Introducing the anthropological theory of the didactic: An attempt at a principled approach
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Masakazu Okazaki, Okayama University, Japan
Vice-President of the Japan Academic Society of Mathematics Education
David Burghes, Plymouth University, UK
Keiko Hino, Utsunomiya University, Japan
Berinderjeet Kaur, National Institute of Education, Singapore
Masataka Koyama, Hiroshima University, Japan
Hee-chan Lew, Korea National University of Education, Korea
Luis Radford, Laurentian University, Canada
Heinz Steinbring, Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Tad Watanabe, Kennesaw State University, USA
Gaye Williams, The University of Melbourne, Australia
AIMS AND SCOPE
Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education is the academic English journal of the Japan Academic Society of Mathematics Education (JASME) and is devoted to the publication of research papers in the field of mathematics education. Mathematics education refers to the whole field of human ideas and activities that affect the teaching and learning of mathematics. The journal aims to stimulate the reflection on and study of the theories and practices of mathematics education at all levels. Contributions are welcome from researchers, educators, and practitioners who are interested in this field and wish to contribute to the development of mathematics education. All papers are peer reviewed with the journal emphasizing papers of a high level. It is hoped that Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education will promote communication among international researchers, educators, and practitioners in the field of mathematics education.
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All articles published in this journal are protected by copyright. However, JASME does not challenge or prohibit the author’s use of his/her article in the form of a copy or translation. In this case, the author must gain permission from JASME and specify JASME as the source in the copies or translations.
Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education is published once per year.
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The manuscript should be written in English and typed with Times New Roman font.
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References: References to the published literature should be given in the text and listed at the end of the manuscript in alphabetical order.
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The theory distinguished sequential levels of geometrical thought (Freudenthal, 1973; Hoffer, 1983; van Hiele & van Hiele-Geldof, 1958). A journal reference should be formatted in the following style.
Radford, L. (2000). Signs and meanings in students’ emergent algebraic thinking: A semiotic analysis. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 42 (3), 237-268. Book and book chapter references should be formatted in the following styles.
Fischbein, E. (1987). Intuition in science and mathematics: An educational approach. Dordrecht: Reidel.
Sierpinska, A. & Lerman, S. (1996). Epistemologies of mathematics and of mathematics education. In A. J. Bishop et al. (Eds.), International handbook of mathematics education (pp. 827-876). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
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