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Beyond Shanghai and PISA

Cognitive and Non-cognitive Competencies of Chinese Students in Mathematics

This book seeks to illustrate the research on mathematics competencies and disposition in China according to the conceptual development and empirical investigation perspective. Mathematics education in China has a distinguishing feature a focus of attention to mathematical competency. Paradoxically, there has not been an explicit, refined, and measurable evaluation system in place to assess mathematical competency in China. While academic achievement surveys or evaluations are common, these can only give an overall conclusion about mathematical thinking skills or problem solving abilities. In response to this deficiency, China is beginning to carry out national projects that emphasize defining both a conceptual framework on core competencies in school mathematics and developing a corresponding assessment framework. Thus, the main focus of this volume is the current investigations of different mathematics competencies and mathematical disposition of Chinese students, with the aim of promoting interaction between domestic and international student performance assessment, to provide a more comprehensive understanding of mathematics competencies and disposition in mainland China, and to stimulate innovative new directions in research. The primary audience of this volume is the large group of researchers interested in mathematics competencies, mathematics teaching and learning in China, or comparative studies, or the relation of the three. The book will also appeal to teaching trainers or instructors, as well as be an appropriate resource for graduate courses or seminars at either the master¿s or doctoral level.

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This book seeks to illustrate the research on mathematics competencies and disposition in China according to the conceptual development and empirical investigation perspective. Mathematics education in China has a distinguishing feature a focus of attention to mathematical competency. Paradoxically, there has not been an explicit, refined, and measurable evaluation system in place to assess mathematical competency in China. While academic achievement surveys or evaluations are common, these can only give an overall conclusion about mathematical thinking skills or problem solving abilities. In response to this deficiency, China is beginning to carry out national projects that emphasize defining both a conceptual framework on core competencies in school mathematics and developing a corresponding assessment framework. Thus, the main focus of this volume is the current investigations of different mathematics competencies and mathematical disposition of Chinese students, with the aim of promoting interaction between domestic and international student performance assessment, to provide a more comprehensive understanding of mathematics competencies and disposition in mainland China, and to stimulate innovative new directions in research. The primary audience of this volume is the large group of researchers interested in mathematics competencies, mathematics teaching and learning in China, or comparative studies, or the relation of the three. The book will also appeal to teaching trainers or instructors, as well as be an appropriate resource for graduate courses or seminars at either the master¿s or doctoral level. 

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Chapter 1

From "Two basics", to "Four basics" and to "core mathematics competencies" in China mainland

By Jing Cheng, Jiansheng Bao, Dianzhou Zhang, Yang Shen and Chenfei Zhu



Chapter 2

What can PISA tell us about Shanghai students' performance in mathematics?
By Yan Zhu




Chapter 3

Toward a framework of core mathematics competencies in China

By Binyan Xu, Yan Zhu, Jiansheng Bao and Qiping Kong


Chapter 4


Mathematical problem posing: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation

By Binyan Xu, Muhui Li



Chapter 5

Mathematical problem solving: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation By Xiang Gao and Yingkang Wu



Chapter 6

Mathematical reasoning: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation

By Jing Cheng, Xin Zheng and Zhiling Wang



Chapter 7

Mathematical representation: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation

By Jinyu Zhang, Jiansheng Bao and Yang Shen



Chapter 8

Mathematical modelling: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation
By Xiaoli Lu, Yangyu Wang and Binyan Xu




Chapter 9

Mathematical communication: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation

By Yuelan Chen and Fang Xia



Chapter 10

Mathematical Disposition: Conceptual development and Empirical investigation

By Yan Zhu



Chapter 11

Anxiety in mathematics learning

By Xiaorui Huang



Chapter 12

Commentary 1

By Kaye Stacey



Chapter 13

Commentary 2

By Frederick Leung



Chapter 14

Commentary 3

By Dianzhou Zhang



Chapter 15

Summary and Conclusion

By Binyan Xu, Yan Zhu, Xiaoli Lu
 

Kritik

"This thematic volume aims to provide educational researchers interested in mathematical skills with a detailed portrait of the development of mathematical skills in Chinese students. ... it should be mentioned that, in addition to a brief presentation of the publishers and authors, the book contains an index of subjects as well as an index of cited authors." (Frederic Morneau- Guerin, MAA Reviews, May 10, 2022) 

Autoreninfo

Binyan Xu is Full Professor in the College of Teacher Education of East China Normal University. She earned a B. Sc. degree in mathematics from East China Normal University in 1986, and a Ph.D. degree in mathematics education from University of Osnabrueck of Germany in 1994.

Yan Zhu is an associate professor in the College of Teacher Education of East China Normal University. She earned a B. Sc. and M. Ed. degree in mathematics education from East China Normal University, and a Ph.D. degree in mathematics education from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.

Xiaoli Lu is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Mathematics of East China Normal University. She earned a B. Sc. degree in mathematics from Qingdao University, a Master's degree in mathematics education from East China Normal University, and a Ph.D. degree in mathematics education from the University of Hong Kong 

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Sprache: Englisch
Erschienen: Mai 2021
Auflage: 1st ed. 2021
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KNOABBVERMERK: 1st ed. 2021. 2021. xxi, 364 S. XXI, 364 p. 90 illus., 59 illus. in color. 235 mm
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