First Published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"…the overall strength of the book and its focus make it valuable reading. And rereading…Readers will not be able to read the book without thinking about their own teaching. That in itself is enough of a reason to recommend it."
—Journal of Research in Mathematics Education
"…if you are interested in understanding mathematics learning, Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge: The Case of Mathematics belongs on your bookshelf."
Contents: Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge in Mathematics: An Introductory Analysis. The Notion of Principle: The Case of Counting. Children's Mastery of Written Numerals and the Construction of Basic Number Concepts. The Relationship Between Initial Meaningful and Mechanical Knowledge of Arithmetic. Conceptual Knowledge as a Foundation for Procedural Knowledge: Implications from Research on the Initial Learning or Arithmetic. Arithmetic Procedures are Induced from Examples. Using Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge: A Focus on Relationships. Procedures Over Concepts: The Acquisition of Decimal Number Knowledge. On Having and Using Geometric Knowledge. Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge in Mathematics: A Summary Analysis.