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TWG 8 Affect and Mathematical Thinking
Suite 685
TWG leader: Pietro Di Martino
TWG8.PA1 Positioning and emotions in learning algebra: The case of middle- achieving students
Wajeeh Daher*1,2, Osama Swidan2,3, Amani Masarwa2
1An-Najah National University, Occupied Palestinian Territory, 2Al-Qasemi Academic College of Education, Israel, 3Kay Academic College of Education, Israel
TWG8.PA2 Changing images of mathematics in the transition from school to vocational education
Diane Dalby
University of Nottingham, UK
TWG8.PA3 The role of affect in failure in mathematics at the university level: the tertiary crisis
Pietro Di Martino*, Francesca Gregorio
University of Pisa, Italy
TWG8.PA4 Primary future teachers' expectations towards development courses on mathematics teaching
Silvia Funghi
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
TWG8.PA5 A characterisation of attitude grounded on proportionality
María del Socorro García González*1, Rosa María Farfán Márquez2
1Research Centre of Mathematics Education, Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico, 2Centre of Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute for Mexico Cinvestav-IPN, Mexico
TWG8.PA6 Regression trees and decision rules applied to the study of perplexity: Issues and methods
Inés M. Gómez-Chacón*, J. Tinguaro Rodríguez
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
TWG8.PA7 Lower secondary students' experiences of outdoor learning in mathematics - impact on self-regulation and mathematical proficiency
Annika Grothérus*, Emilia Fägerstam
Linköping University, Sweden
TWG8.PA8 Finnish educators’ conceptions of the social-emotional needs of mathematically gifted high school students
Eeva Haataja*, Anu Laine
University of Helsinki, Finland
TWG8.PA9 The qualitative differences in generative characteristic of the aesthetic sensibility: analysis of learners’ problem solving
Hayato Hanazono
University of Tsukuba, Japan
TWG8.PA10 Identifying subgroups of CERME affect research papers
Markku S. Hannula*, Enrique Garcia Moreno-Esteva
University of Helsinki, Finland
TWG8.PA11 Tracing mathematics-related belief change in teacher education programs
Çigdem Haser*, Isil Isler
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
TWG8.PA12 Teaching self-regulation strategies with SOLVE IT to two students with learning disabilities: Effects on mathematical problem-solving performance
Paraskevi Keffe*, Irini Dermitzaki, Sotiria Tzivinikou, Charoula Stathopoulou
University of Thessaly, Greece
TWG8.PA13 The mathematical values in the Turkish middle school mathematics applications course curriculum
Gülcin Tan Sisman1, Busra Kirez*2
1Hacettepe University, Turkey, 2Hacettepe University, Turkey
TWG8.PA14 To err is human. The management and emotional implications of teacher error
Elizabeth Lake1,2
1UCL Institute of Education, UK, 2UEA, UK
TWG8.PA15 Students' images of mathematics: the role of parents' occupation
Ciara Lane
University of Limerick, Ireland
TWG8.PA16 Emotions and problem solving by prospective primary school teachers
Gareth Lewis
University of Leicester, UK
TWG8.PA17 On the edges of flow: Student engagement in problem solving
Peter Liljedahl
Simon Fraser University, Canada
TWG8.PA18 Exploring daily emotions of a mathematics teacher in classroom: Case of Christian
Gustavo Martinez Sierra*1, Yuridia Arellano-García1, Antonia Hernández-Moreno1, Cristian Nava-Guzmán2
1Research Centre of Mathematics Education, Mathematics Faculty, Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico, 2Autonomous University of Hidalgo, Mexico
TWG8.PA19 The suitability of rich learning tasks from a pupil perspective
Elisabet Mellroth1
1Karlstad University, Sweden, 2City of Karlstad, Sweden
TWG8.PA20 Upper secondary mathematics teachers' beliefs expressed through metaphors
Marilena Pantziara*1, Marianna Karamanou2, Alexandra Petridou3
1Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Cyprus, 2Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus, 3Centre of Educational Research and Evaluation, Cyprus
TWG8.PA21 Multiple solutions for real-world problems and students' enjoyment, and boredom
Stanislaw Schukajlow*, Kay Achmetli
University of Münster, Germany
TWG8.PA22 Self-efficacy and mathematics performance: reciprocal relationships
Karin Street*1,2, Lars-Erik Malmberg1, Gabriel J. Stylianides1
1University of Oxford, UK, 2University College of Sogn & Fjordane, Norway
TWG8.PA23 Personal meaning and motivation when learning mathematics
Neruja Suriakumaran*, Christoph Duchhardt, Maike Vollstedt
Faculty 3, Mathematics Education, Germany
TWG8.PA24 Mathematical memory revisited: mathematical problem solving by high achieving students
Attila Szabo
Stockholm University, Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Sweden
TWG8.PA25 A case study on Finnish pupils' mathematical thinking: Problem solving and view of mathematics
Hanna Viitala
University of Agder, Norway