Author M. A. Simon
Marty Simon is Professor of Mathematics Education at New York University. His research focuses on understanding mathematics conceptual learning, particularly the process by which students develop mathematical concepts through their activity in the context of a series of mathematical tasks. His current NSF-funded project combines basic research in this area with research on a measurement-based approach to developing fraction and ratio concepts. Marty’s earlier research focused on the development of mathematics teachers as they learn to teach mathematics with a conceptual focus.

Publications Found: 3 · Show All Abstracts

Simon M. A. (1995) Reconstructing mathematics pedagogy from a constructivist perspective. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 26(2): 114–145. Fulltext at
Simon M. A. (2014) Models of Students’ Mathematics and their Relationship to Mathematics Pedagogy. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 348–350. Fulltext at
Simon M. A. & Schifter D. (1991) Towards a constructivist perspective: An intervention study of mathematics teacher development. Educational Studies in Mathematics 22: 309–331.
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