(Mathematics Education)

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Portraits by 3rd-graders of our attached
school

- Nunokawa, K. (2016).
*Bridging Students' Ideas and Lessons' Goals*. Paper presented at ICME13, TSG36 (invited speaker), Hamburg University. (130K) - Nunokawa, K. (2015).
Developments in research on mathematical problem solving in
Japan. In B. Sriraman et al. (Eds.),
*The first sourcebook on Asian research in mathematics education*. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. -
Nunokawa, K. (2015). Another Perspective for Discussing Students' Understanding of Mathematics: Construction of Objects of Thought. In A. M. Columbus (Ed.),

*Advances in psychology research*(pp. 129-150). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. - Nunokawa, K., Ohtani, M., & Hino, K. (2015). Classroom discourse that affects reification of a mathematical object: The case of function. C. Vistro-Yu (Ed.), Proceedings of the 7th ICMI-East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (pp. 425-432). Philippine Council of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
- Nunokawa, K. &
Hiroi, H. (2013). Elementary school students' use of drawings and their
problem solving. In S. Helie (Ed.),
*Psychology of problem solving**(pp. 123-152). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. (2.1M)* - Nunokawa, K. (2012). Multi-Relation Strategy in Students' Use of
a Representation for Proportional Reasoning.
*Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education*,*8*(4), 233-248. - Nunokawa, K. (2012). Developments in research on mathematical
problem solving in Japan. In B. Sriraman et al. (Eds.),
*Abstracts of the first sourcebook on Asian research in mathematics education*(pp. 155-158). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. - Nunokawa, K. (2010). Proof, Mathematical Problem-Solving, and
Explanation in Mathematics Teaching. In G. Hanna, H. N. Jahnke, &
H. Pulte (Eds.),
*Explanation and Proof in mathematics: Philosophical and Educational Perspectives*(pp. 223-236). New York: Springer. - Nunokawa, K. & Fukuzawa, T. (2008). Operating on and
understanding of problem situations in proving. Paper presented at
TSG18, ICME11. Monterrey, Mexico. (112K)

- Nunokawa, K. (2006). Using drawings and generating information in
mathematical problem solving.
*Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 2*(3), 33-54. - Nunokawa, K. (2006). Explanations in mathematical problem
solving. Paper presented at the international conference "Explanation
and Proof in Mathematics: Philosophical and Educational Perspectives",
Essen, Germany, Novermber 1-4, 2006. (as one of invited speakers)

Conference Photo Gallery constructed by Professor David Tall - Nunokawa, K. (2005). Mathematical problem solving and learning
mathematics: What we expect students to obtain.
*Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 24,*325-340. - Nunokawa, K. & Kuwayama, M. (2004). Students'
appropriation process of mathematical ideas and their creation of
hybrids of old and new ides.
*International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 1*(3), 283-309. - Nunokawa, K. & Ohzeki, S. (2004). What students do when
hearing others explaining.
*Proceedigns of the 28th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*(vol. 3, pp. 449-456). Bergen, Norway.(100K)

- Nunokawa, K. (2004). Solvers'
making of drawings in mathematical problem solving and their
understanding of the problem situations.
*International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 35*(2), 173-183.

- Nunokawa, K. & Fukuzawa, T. (2002). Questions during
problem solving with dynamic geometric software and understanding
problem situations.
*Proceedings of the National Science Council, Republic of China, Part D: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education, 12*(1), 31-43. - Nunokawa, K. (2001). Interaction
between subgoals and understanding of problem situations in
mathematical problem solving.
*Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 20*, 187-205. - Nunokawa, K. (2001). Surprises in mathematics lessons.
*For the Learning of Mathematics, 21,*(3), 43-50. - Nunokawa, K. (2001). Possible
Activities Facilitating Solving Processes: A Lesson
From a Stuck State.
*International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 32*(2), 245-253. - Nunokawa, K. (2000). Heuristic Strategies and Probing Problem
Situations. In Jose Carrillo & Luis C. Contreras (Eds.),
Problem-solving in the beginning of the 21st century: An international
overview from multiple perspectives and educational levels (pp.
81-117). Huelva, Spain: Hergue.

- Nunokawa, K. (1998). Empirical and autonomical aspects of school
mathematics.
*Tsukuba Journal ofEducational Study in Mathematics, 17*, 205-217.(41K) - Nunokawa, K. (1997). Giving
new senses to the existing elements: A characteristic of the
solutionaccompanied by global restructuring.
*Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 16*(4), 365-378.

- Nunokawa, K. (1997). Physical models in mathematical problem
solving: A case of a tetrahedron problem.
*International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science andTechnology, 28*(6), 871-882.

- Nunokawa, K. (1997). Microanalysis of the ways of using simpler
problems in mathematical problem solving.@
*Proceedigns of the 21st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*(Vol. 3, pp. 296-303). Lahti, Finland.(48K)

- Nunokawa, K. (1997). Data versus conjectures in mathematical
problem solving.
*Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 19*(1), 1-19.

- Nunokawa, K. (1996).
Applying Lakatos' theory to the theory of mathematical problem solving.
*Educational Studies in Mathematics, 31*(3), 269-293.

- Nunokawa, K. (1996). A continuity of solver's structures: Earlier
activitiesfacilitating the generation of basic ideas.
*Tsukuba Journal ofEducational Study in Mathematics, 15*, 113-122.

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