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2012

Mason, John (2012). You can lead a horse to water…: issues in deepening learning through deepening teaching. In: Hegedus, Stephen J and Roschelle, Jeremy eds. The SimCalc Vision and Contributions: Democratizing Access to Important Mathematics. Advances in Mathematics Education . Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp. 403–418.

Scataglini-Belghitar, Giovanna and Mason, John (2012). Establishing appropriate conditions: students learning to apply a theorem. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 10(4) pp. 927–953.

Mason, John (2012). On knowing in mathematics. CULMS Newsletter, 5 pp. 29–39.

Ryve, Andreas; Nilsson, Per and Mason, John (2012). Establishing mathematics for teaching within classroom interactions in teacher education. Educational studies in Mathematics, 81(1) pp. 1–14.

Mason, John (2012). Having good ideas come-to-mind: contemporary Pólya-based advice for students of mathematics. In: Badger, M. S.; Sangwin, C. J.; Hawkes, T. O.; Burn, R. P.; Mason, J. and Pope, S eds. Teaching Problem-Solving in Undergraduate Mathematics. Loughborough: National HE STEM Centre, pp. 33–51.

Jones, Christine and Mason, John (2012). Experiential learning. Mathematics Teaching , 229 pp. 17–20.

Mason, John (2012). 3-D proofs of 2-D theorems. Mathematics Teaching , 229 pp. 38–41.

2011

Mason, John (2011). Noticing: roots and branches. In: Sherin, Miriam Gamoran; Jacobs, Victoria R. and Philipp, Randolph A. eds. Mathematics Teacher Noticing: Seeing Through Teachers’ Eyes. Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning . New York: Routledge, pp. 35–50. file

2010

Mason, John and De Geest, Els (2010). How an experientially presented labelled-framework approach to professional development at a distance can influence teachers’ practice. In: 34th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology in Mathematics Education (PME), 18-23 July 2010, Bela Horizonte, Brazil. file

De Geest , E.; Mason, J. and Allen, B. (2010). Using experiential pedagogy in practice-based learning at a distance. In: EDULEARN10: International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, 5-7 July 2010, Barcelona.

2009

Molina, Marta and Mason, John (2009). Justifications-on-demand as a device to promote shifts of attention associated With relational thinking in elementary arithmetic. Canadian Journal of Science Mathematics and Technology Education, 9(4) pp. 224–242.

Mason, John (2009). Teaching as disciplined enquiry. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and practice, 15(2) pp. 205–223.

Houssart, Jenny and Mason, John (2009). Listening Counts: Listening to Young Learners of Mathematics. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

Mason, John and Klymchuk, Sergiy (2009). Counter Examples in Calculus. London: Imperial College Press.

Mason, John and Houssart, Jenny (2009). Listening Figures: Listening to Learners of Mathematics at Secondary School and Above. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

Mason, John (2009). From assenting to asserting. In: Skovsmose, Ole; Velero, Paola and Christensen, Ole Ravn eds. University Science and Mathematics Education in Transition. New York, NY, USA: Springer, pp. 17–40.

Mason, John (2009). A study of the movement of attention: the case of a reconstructed calculation. In: Proceedings of MADIF 6, 29-30 Jan, 2008, Sweden.

Mason, John; Stephens, Max and Watson, Anne (2009). Appreciating mathematical structure for all. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 21(2) pp. 10–32.

Mason, John and Watson, Anne (2009). The Menousa. For the Learning of Mathematics, 29(2) pp. 33–38.

Mason, John (2009). Being rational about ratio and multiplicative reasoning. In: Being Rational about Ratio and Multiplicative Reasoning, 2009, Northampton Academy. file

Mason, John (2009). Questioning to promote reasoning. In: Winchester Mathematics Managers Conference, 2009, WInchester.

Mason, John (2009). Neue Klein Project. In: Neue Klien Project, 2009, Maderia.

Mason, John (2009). Energies of inquiry. In: Agder Seminar, 2009, Kristinasand, Norway.

Mason, John (2009). Outer and inner tasks. In: LBN Konferansen, 2009, Agder, Norway.

Mason, John (2009). What are examples for? What makes them useful? In: MSOR, 2009, Birmingham, UK.

Mason, John (2009). Variation as a pedagogical tool in mathematics. In: Variation as a Pedagogical Tool In Mathematics, 2009, Wits, South Africa.

2006

Mason, John (2006). What makes an example exemplary: Pedagogical and didactical issues in appreciating multiplicative structures. In: Zaskis, Rina and Campbell, Stephen R. eds. Number theory in mathematics education: perspectives and prospects. Mahwah, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 41–68.

Watson, Anne and Mason, John (2006). Seeing an exercise as a single mathematical object: using variation to structure sense-making. Mathematics thinking and learning, 8(2) pp. 91–111. file

2005

Watson, Anne and Mason, John (2005). Mathematics as a constructive activity: learners generating examples. Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning. Mahwah, New Jersey, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

2004

Johnston-Wilder, Susan and Mason, John (2004). Fundamental constructs in mathematics education. Routledge Falmer in association with the Open University.

2002

Mason, John H. (2002). Mathematics Teaching Practice: a guide for university and college lecturers. Chichester, UK: Horwood Publishing.

Mason, John (2002). Reflection in and on practice. In: Kahn, P. and Kyle, J. eds. Effective learning & teaching in mathematics & its applications. London: ILT & Kogan Page, pp. 117–128.

Mason, John (2002). Researching your own practice: the discipline of noticing. UK: Routledge.

Mason, John and Sutherland, R. (2002). Key aspects of teaching algebra in schools. London, UK: QCA.

Mason, John (2002). Minding your Qs and Rs: effective questioning and responding in the mathematics classroom. In: Haggarty, Linda ed. Aspects of Teaching Secondary Mathematics: perspectives on practice. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer, pp. 248–258.

Mason, John (2002). Questions about mathematical reasoning and proof in schools. In: Abramsky, J ed. Reasoning, explanation and proof in school mathematics and their place in the intended curriculum : proceedings of the QCA international seminar 4-6 October 2001. London: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.

2001

Mason, John (2001). Aspects of generalisation and algebra: exploiting children’s power. In: Haggarty, Linda ed. Aspects of teaching secondary mathematics : perspectives on practice. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer, pp. 105–120.

Mason, John (2001). Modelling Modelling: were is the centre of gravity of-for-when modelling? In: Matos, J. F.; Houston, S.K.; Blum, W. and Carreira, S.P. eds. Modelling and Mathematics Education: ICTMA 9 - Applications in Science and Technology. Horwood Publishing.

Mason, John (2001). Professionalisation of teaching in Higher Education in the United Kingdom. In: ed. ? ILT & Kogan Page.

1998

Ruffell, Moyra; Mason, John and Allen, Barbara (1998). Studying attitude to mathematics. Educational studies in Mathematics, 35 pp. 1–18.

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