This volume shows how the history and practices of mathematics education in Korea (from Volume 7) have been influenced by Japan, America and other countries, developing into the unique Korean style of mathematics education.
Research content and practices currently being conducted are also covered, as well as topics like teacher education, special mathematics education, research trends and some perspectives towards the future of mathematics education in Korea.
Contents:Mathematics Teacher Education:Elementary Teacher Education Programs with A Mathematics ConcentrationThe Pipeline to Becoming An Elementary Teacher and Opportunies to Learn Mathematics for Teaching in KoreaStudent Teaching in Mathematics Education at the Secondary Level in KoreaMaster Teacher's Role in Professional Development and the Mentor Teacher SystemSpecial Mathematics Education:Gifted Education in South KoreaQualifications of Teachers in Specialized Secondary STEM Schools in KoreaMathematics Camp for Mathematical OlympiadUse of Technology in Secondary Mathematics Education in KoreaDevelopment of Mathematics Education:Development of Mathematics Education in Korea: The Role of the Korean Society of Mathematical EducationCurriculum Reform and Research Trends in Early Childhood Mathematics Education in KoreaGlimpse of Korean Mathematics Education:Educating for the Future: An Outsider's View of South Korea Mathematics EducationThe Common Core Mathematics Standards and Implications for the South Korean Curriculum
Readership: Graduate students and researchers in mathematics education; professionals such as mathematics teachers and lecturers in Asia.
Key Features:Unique approach of generalized dynamics, rooted in the most powerful Kähler geometry, combining Lagrangian, Hamiltonian and quantum systemsUnique visual framework of commutative diagrams and n-categoriesPlenty of computational algorithms in Mathematica, Matlab, C#, C/C++ and Fortran 90