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On Their Pedagogical Practice (Richard O'Donovan); (9) Primary Teachers' Perceptions of Their Knowledge and Understanding of Measurement (Michelle O'Keefe and Janette Bobis); (10) Use of the Internet for Teacher Professional Development and for Teaching Mathematics: Supports and Inhibitors (Sitti Maesuri Patahuddin); (11) A Situated Perspective on Learning to Teach Secondary Mathematics (Anne Prescott and Michael Cavanagh); (12) The Hospital Problem Revisited. Tertiary Students' Perceptions of a Problem Involving the Binomial Distribution (Robyn Reaburn); (13) The Identification of Partially Correct Constructs (Gila Ron, Rina Hershkowitz, and Tommy Dreyfus); (14) Making Connections: Promoting Connectedness in Early Mathematics Education (Abigail Sawyer); (15) Engagement versus Deep Mathematical Understanding: An Early Career Teacher's Use of ICT in a Lesson (Anne Scott, Ann Downton, Donna Gronn, and Adam Staples); (16) Investigating a Phase Approach to Using Technology as a Teaching Tool (Penelope Serow); (17) The Introduction of Interactive Whiteboard Technology in the Primary Mathematics Classroom: Three Case Studies (Penelope Serow and Rosemary Callingham); (18) School Readiness: What Do Teachers Expect of Children in Mathematics on School Entry? (Brenda Sherley, Megan Clark, and Joanna Higgins); (19) Gaining Insight into Alice's Pedagogy with Respect to Five Dimensions of Numeracy (Jane Skalicky); (20) Modes of Reasoning in Explanations in Year 8 Textbooks (Kaye Stacey and Jill Vincent); (21) What Does Three-Quarters Look Like? Students' Representations of Three-Quarters (Vicki Steinle and Beth Price); (22) Some Key Junctures in Relational Thinking (Max Stephens); (23) Chinese Young Children's Strategies on Basic Addition Facts (Huayu Sun); (24) Self-Efficacy in Mathematics: Affective, Cognitive, and Conative Domains of Functioning (S. L. Tait-McCutcheon); (25) Neuropsychological Evidence for the Role of Graphical and Algebraic Representations in Understanding Function (Michael O. J. Thomas, Anna J. Wilson, Michael C. Corballis, and Vanessa K. Lim); (26) Speaking with Different Voices: Knowledge Legitimation Codes of Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators (Steve Thornton); (27) Recognising Different Starting Points in Aboriginal Students' Learning of Number (Kaye Treacy and Sandra Frid); (28) Deepening the Mathematical Knowledge of Secondary Mathematics Teachers Who Lack Tertiary Mathematics Qualifications (Colleen Vale and Alasdair McAndrew); (29) Indigenous Students' Early Engagement with Numeracy: The Case of Widgy and Caddy (Elizabeth Warren, Janelle Young, and Eva De Vries); (30) Building Informal Inference in Grade 7 (Jane Watson and Julie Donne); (31) Proportional Reasoning: Student Knowledge and Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge (Jane Watson, Rosemary Callingham, and Julie Donne); (32) Counting on 2007: A Program for Middle Years Students Who Have Experienced Difficulty with Mathematics (Allan White); (33) How Group Composition Can Influence Opportunities for Spontaneous Learning (Gaye Williams); (34) Success and Consistency in the Use of Heuristics to Solve Mathematics Problems (Khoon Yoong Wong); (35) Fractions as a Measure (Monica Wong and David Evans); (36) Mixing Colours: An ICT Tool Based on a Semiotic Framework for Mathematical Meaning-Making about Ratio and Fractions (Andy Yeh and Rod Nason); (37) Secondary School Students Investigating Mathematics (Joseph Yeo); (38) Teaching Area and Perimeter: Mathematics-Pedagogical-Content Knowledge-in-Action (Kai Kow and Joseph Yeo); (39) Problem Solving Activities in a Constructivist Framework: Exploring How Students Approach Difficult Problems (Oleksiy Yevdokimov and Tim Passmore); (40) Creating Equitable Practice in Diverse Classrooms: Developing a Tool to Evaluate Pedagogy (Robyn Zevenbergen, Richard Niesche, Peter Grootenboer, and Jo Boaler); (41) The Role of Information Graphics in Mathematical Proficiency (Carmel Diezmann and Tom Lowrie); (42) A Longitudinal Study of Student Performance on Items Rich in Graphics (Tom Lowrie); (43) Standardised Assessment in Mathematics: The Tale of Two Items (Tracy Logan and Jane Greenless); (44) Graphics and the National Numeracy Tests (Carmel Diezmann); (45) The Construction of Knowledge: Theoretical Approaches (Tommy Dreyfus, Michael O. J. Thomas, Jill P. Brown, and Gaye Williams); (46) Motivation and Engagement in School Mathematics During the Middle Years (Catherine Attard); (47) Moving beyond the Script: Addressing Numeracy Needs of Low Achieving Students through Quality Professional Development (Moira Blair and Anuja Singh); (48) MERGA: Including the X and Y in Mathematics Education Research (Peter Grootenboer and Naomi Ingram); (49) Issues in Bridging between Senior Secondary and First Year University Mathematics (Michael Jennings); (50) Student Achievement in Mathematics: Learning through Home School Partnership (Honor Ronowicz and Gaynor Terrill); (51) The Role of Mathematics Competitions (Brenda Bicknell); (52) Scaffolding Students' Understanding of Geometric Properties Using Dynamic Geometry Software (Sahar Bokosmaty); (53) The Next Big Teaching Resource: Interactive White Boards But Where is the Research? (Philip C. Clarkson); (54) Errors Made by Student Teachers When Writing Test Items (Jaguthsing Dindyal); (55) Insights from Pre-Service Secondary Mathematics Teachers on their Practicum Experience (Jaguthsing Dindyal); (56) Improving Language for Problem Solving (Benedicte Esterman); (57) Reflections on Exponential Functions (Sandra Herbert and Farhang Afshar); (58) Coaching and Mentoring Numeracy Lead Teachers to Improve Student Learning: The Journey of Two Year Seven and Eight Teachers (Judith Mills); (59) Connecting the Points: Students Learning Decimal Place Value (Bruce Moody and Jenny Young-Loveridge); (60) The Role of Pattern and Structure in Early Mathematics Learning: An Evaluation Study in the First Year of Formal Schooling (Joanne Mulligan, Lyn English, and Mike Mitchelmore); (61) Motivation and Engagement in Mathematics: The Transition from Primary to Secondary School (Karen Skilling); (62) Achieving Computational Fluency in Multi-Digit Multiplication and Division (Kristen Tripet); and (63) Financial Modelling with Matlab (Peter Watson and Jiling Cao). (Individual papers contain references.) [Cover title varies.].