DEC Scan Journal : May 2013
Volume 32, May 2013 29 Contents Editorial Currents Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews References and further reading Atkin, A 2006, ‘Peirce’s theory of semiotics’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Atkin, A 2009, ‘Peirce’s theory of signs’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Spring 2009, accessed 12 April 2013. Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) 2012, The Australian Curriculum: Mathematics v4 .0, accessed 12 April 2013. Galligan, L 1993, ‘An exploration of the different structure of the mathematics register in English and Asian languages: some consequences for the teaching of ESL in preparatory programmes’, in B. Atweh, C. Kanes, M. Carss & G. Booker (eds), Contexts in mathematics education: proceedings of the 16th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Group of Australasia, MERGA, Brisbane, pp. 275–280. Galligan, L 2001, ‘Possible effects of English-Chinese language differences on processing of mathematical text: a review’, Mathematics Education Research Journal, vol. 13, no. 2, pp.112–132. Jensen, B, Hunter, A , Sonnemann, J & Burns, T 2012, Catching up: learning from the best school systems in East Asia, Grattan Institute. Kaput, J 2008, ‘What Is algebra? What is algebraic reasoning?,’ in J. Kaput, D. Carraher & M. Blanton, (eds), Algebra in the early grades, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New York, pp.5 –18. Kelly, MK, Miller, KF, Fang, G & Feng, G 1999, ‘When days are numbered: calendar structure and the development of calendar processing in Chinese and English’, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, vol. 73, pp.289–314. Miller, KF, Kelly, MK & Zhou, X 2005, ‘Learning mathematics in China and the United States: cross-cultural insights into the nature and course of mathematical development’, in JID Campbell (ed.), Handbook of mathematical cognition, Psychology Press, New York, pp. 163–178. Miller, KF, Major, SM, Shu, H & Zhang, H 2000, ‘Ordinal knowledge: number names and number concepts in Chinese and English’, Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 54, no. 2, pp.129–140. Miller, KF & Stigler, JW 1987, ‘Counting in Chinese: cultural variation in a basic cognitive skill’, Cognitive Development, vol. 2, pp.279–305. NCES — US Department of Education National Center for Education Statistics 2003, Teaching mathematics in seven countries: results from the TIMSS 1999 video study, accessed 12 April 2013. Sawada, D 1997, ‘Mathematics as reasoning–episodes from Japan’, Mathematics Teaching in the Middles School, vol. 2, no. 6, pp.416–421 .