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How Children Learn Geometry

  1. Copeland, Richard, How Children Learn Mathematics, MacMillan Publishing Co., NY `74
  2. Hoffer, Geometry Is More Than Proof, Mathematics Teacher, Jan `81
  3. Mathematics Teacher, Sept `85
  4. NCTM Geometry and Spatial Sense Addenda Series, Grades K-6
  5. NCTM Geometry In The Middle Grades Addenda Series, Grades 5-8
  6. NCTM Geometry From Multiple Perspectives Addenda Series, Grades 9-12
  7. NCTM Learning and Teaching Geometry, K-12; 1987 Yearbook, QA1.N3
  8. NCTM ``The Van Hiele Model of Thinking in Geometry Among Adolescents,'' Monograph No. 3 of the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education.
  9. NCTM, Research Within Reach: Secondary School Mathematics
  10. Piaget, Jean, The Child's Conception of Space, The Norton Library, NY `48, BF723.I515
  11. Piaget, Jean, The Child's Conception of Geometry, Harper and Row Publishers, NY `60
  12. Piaget, Jean, How Children Form Mathematical Concepts, Scientific American, Nov `53
  13. ``Pythagoras Meets Van Hiele,'' School Science and Mathematics, March 1993.
  14. Teppo, Anne, ``Van Hiele Levels of Geometric Thought Revisited,'' in Mathematics Teacher, March 1991.
  15. Sprinthall, Richard, Educational Psychology, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., MA `81
  16. ``The Van Hiele Model of Thinking in Geometry Among Adolescents,'' Arithmetic Teacher, Oct. 1989.



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