for the learning of mathematics


Rina Zazkis - Vol. 6 Num. 2 (1986)
 Computational recursion and mathematical induction
                         

25-28
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 15 Num. 3 (1995)
 Fuzzy thinking in non-fuzzy situations: understanding students' perspective
                         

39-41
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 18 Num. 3 (1998)
 Divisors and quotients: acknowledging polysemy
                         

27-30
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 20 Num. 3 (2000)
 Using code-switching as a tool for learning mathematical language
                         

38-43
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 27 Num. 2 (2007)
 Generating examples: From pedagogical tool to a research tool
                         

15-21
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 28 Num. 3 (2008)
 Looking for a possible intersection
                         

8
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 29 Num. 1 (2009)
 Lesson Plays: Planning Teaching versus Teaching Planning
ABSTRACT                

40-47
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 29 Num. 3 (2009)
 Sean vs. Cantor: Using mathematical knowledge in ‘experience of disturbance'
ABSTRACT                

53-56
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 31 Num. 2 (2011)
 Reconceptualizing knowledge at the mathematical horizon
ABSTRACT                

8-13
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 32 Num. 1 (2012)
 Continuing conversations towards the horizon
                         

22-23
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 35 Num. 1 (2015)
 Continuous problem of function continuity
ABSTRACT                

8-17
Rina Zazkis - Vol. 37 Num. 1 (2017)
 Mathematical conventions: revisiting arbitrary and necessary
ABSTRACT                

29-34


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