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psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic.

James A. McLellan

psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic.

by James A. McLellan

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Published by D. Appleton andCompany in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesInternational Education Series -- Vol.33
ContributionsDewey, John.
The Physical Object
Pagination309p.
Number of Pages309
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21202848M

This book presents the applications of this newer dynamic psychology to the teaching of arithmetic. Its contents are substantially what have been included in a course of lectures on the psychology of the elementary school subjects given by the author for some years to students of elementary education at Teachers College. Studying Mathematics and its Applications aims to bridge this gap by focusing on the essential skills needed by students, helping them to study more effectively and successfully. The book leads the student through tasks, demonstrating how to use examples and cope with symbols and encouraging them to use these tools to apply mathematics and.

An in-depth look at real analysis and its applications-now expanded and revised. This new edition of the widely used analysis book continues to cover real analysis in greater detail and at a more advanced level than most books on the subject. Encompassing several subjects that underlie much of modern analysis, the book focuses on measure and integration theory, point set topology, and the. Number Theory: A Lively Introduction with Proofs, Applications, and Stories, is a new book that provides a rigorous yet accessible introduction to elementary number theory along with relevant applications.. Readable discussions motivate new concepts and theorems before their formal definitions and statements are presented.

More editions of The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic: The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Abstract. The basic hypothesis that guides our work is that children’s fraction schemes can emerge as accommodations in their numerical counting schemes. This hypothesis is referred to as the reorganization hypothesis because if a new scheme is constructed by using another scheme in a novel way, the new scheme can be regarded as a reorganization of the prior by:


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The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching ArithmeticAuthor: John Dewey, James Alexander McLellan. The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic: By JAMES A.

MCLELLAN, A.M., LL.D., and JOHN DEWEY, Ph.D By Cited by: 2. Teaching of Number " is introduced. Some eighty pages are devoted to primary arithmetic, the remaining seventy having to do with the work of the grammar school. After emphasizing the value of psychology the authors proceed to seek the psychological origin of number, and find that " Number arises.

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Dewey, J. and McLellan, J. A.:The Psychology of Number and its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic, Appleton, New York. Google Scholar Fuys, D., Geddes, D. and Tischler, R.:An Investigation of the van Hiele Model of Thinking in Geometry among Adolescents — Final Report, Research in Science Education (RISE) Program of.

McLellan, J. (James Alexander), The psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic / (New York: D. Appleton and Company,[c]), also by John Dewey (page images at HathiTrust). This anecdote, recounted by Richard Skemp, sets the scene for chapter 4, which discusses the relationship between intuitive and reflective intelligence.

Although the book is replete with anecdotes and common place analogies, its ideas on educational psychology are centred wholly on the learning and understanding of mathematics. On the Psychology of Teaching Mathematics. Psychology of mathematics teachers is an important component in teachers' education and also in curriculum planning and the process of implementing Author: Arash Rastegar.

Skip to main content. Login. Library. Trauma Overview; Trauma Experts; Healing Trauma. The psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic; By J. John Dewey and John Dewey. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Educational psychology., Arithmetic.

Publisher: New York, D. The psychology of number: and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic / By J. (James Alexander) McLellan and joint author. John Dewey. Abstract. Series title also at head of psychology can do for the teacher -- The psychical nature of number -- The origin of number: dependence of number on.

It will now be easy to show that ifor 2 timesor 3 timesbe taken fromand this remainder will have for greatest common factor the greatest common factor of andand the advantage in taking from3 times is ap- parent. Get this from a library.

The psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic. [J A McLellan; John Dewey] -- "In presenting this book on the Psychology of Number it is believed that a special want is supplied. There is no subject taught in the elementary schools that taxes the teacher's resources as to.

What psychology can do for the teacher --The psychical nature of number --The origin of number: dependence of number on measurement, and of measurement on adjustment of activity --The origin of number: summary and applications --The definition, aspects, and factors of numerical ideas --The development of number; or, the arithmetical operations --Numerical operations as external and as intrinsic to number.

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McLellan and John Dewey. a book in the area of mathematics education. The Psychology of Number and its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic (PN) was written by Dewey and James A. McLellan and first published in PN receives little attention from Dewey scholars, philosophers of mathematics, and mathematics educators.

For.There is a new and increasing emphasis on the importance of teaching arithmetical skills in primary schools. This text outlines what is meant by arithmetic and enables trainee teachers to build their own confidence in teaching arithmetic. It covers all aspects of arithmetic including recall of number facts and traditional pen and paper methods.The psychology of number and its applications to methods of teaching arithmetic.

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