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Recent educational research has turned increasing attention to the structural development of young students' mathematical thinking. Early algebra, multiplicative reasoning, and spatial structuring are three areas central to this research. There is increasing evidence that an awareness of mathematical structure is crucial to mathematical competence among(More)
Current quantification methods for mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics either do not provide sufficient control of variability or are difficult to implement for routine clinical testing. We present here an integrated quantification (InteQuan) method that better controls pre-analytical and analytical variability than the popular quantification method(More)
Two-year longitudinal case studies of 16 Sydney children extended a study of 103 first graders' use of structure across a range of mathematical tasks. We describe how individual's representations change through five stages of structural development. Children at the pre-structural stage showed inconsistent development presenting disorganised representations(More)
(1982) Physical and genetic characterization of symbiotic and auxotrophic mutants of Rhizobium meliloti induced by transposon Tn5 mutagenesis. (1982) Cloning of Rhizobium meliloti nodulation genes by direct complementation of Nod-­‐ mutants. Nature 298:485-­‐488. (1982) ISRml: A Rhizobium meliloti insertion sequence that transposes preferentially into(More)
This paper provides an interim report of a large empirical evaluation study in progress. An intervention was implemented to evaluate the effectiveness of the Pattern and Structure Mathematical Awareness Program (PASMAP) on Kindergarten students' mathematical development. Four large schools (two from Sydney and two from Brisbane), 16 teachers and their 316(More)
A large-scale numeracy research project was commissioned by the Australian Government, involving 4732 Australian students from 91 NSW primary schools. Rasch analysis was applied in the construction of a Numeracy Achievement Scale (NAS) in order to measure numeracy growth. Following trialling, a pool of 244 items was developed to assess number, space and(More)
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