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  • Book

    Bjork, E. L. and Bjork, R. A.

    Memory

    1996 - Academic Press - San Diego

    In-text: (Bjork and Bjork)

    Your Bibliography: Bjork, Elizabeth Ligon, and Robert A Bjork. Memory. San Diego: Academic Press, 1996. Print.

  • Govt. publication

    Department for Education (DfE)

    Mathematics programmes of study: key stage 3, National curriculum in England

    2013 - DfE - London

    In-text: (Department for Education (DfE)

    Your Bibliography: Department for Education (DfE). Mathematics Programmes Of Study: Key Stage 3, National Curriculum In England. London: DfE, 2013. Print.

  • Book

    Johnston-Wilder, S.

    Learning to teach mathematics in the secondary school

    2011 - Routledge - London

    In-text: (Johnston-Wilder)

    Your Bibliography: Johnston-Wilder, Sue. Learning To Teach Mathematics In The Secondary School. London: Routledge, 2011. Print.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Keçili, V. and Turanli, N.

    Relationship Between the Attitudes of Undergraduate Students Towards Complex Numbers and Misconceptions

    2013 - Springer - London

    In-text: (Keçili and Turanli 487-498)

    Your Bibliography: Keçili, V., and N. Turanli. "Relationship Between The Attitudes Of Undergraduate Students Towards Complex Numbers And Misconceptions." Chaos, Complexity And Leadership 2012. Santo Banerjee and Şefika Şule Erçetin. 1st ed. London: Springer, 2013. 487-498. Print.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Kieran, C.

    The false dichotomy in mathematics education between conceptual understanding and procedural skills: an example from algebra

    2013 - Springer - New York

    In-text: (Kieran 153 - 171)

    Your Bibliography: Kieran, Carolyn. "The False Dichotomy In Mathematics Education Between Conceptual Understanding And Procedural Skills: An Example From Algebra." Vital Directions For Mathematics Education Research. Keith R. Leatham. 1st ed. New York: Springer, 2013. 153 - 171. Print.

  • Journal

    Kornell, N.

    Optimising learning using flashcards: Spacing is more effective than cramming

    2009 - Appl. Cognit. Psychol.

    In-text: (Kornell 1297-1317)

    Your Bibliography: Kornell, Nate. "Optimising Learning Using Flashcards: Spacing Is More Effective Than Cramming." Appl. Cognit. Psychol. 23.9 (2009): 1297-1317. Web.

  • Book

    McLeish, K.

    Bloomsbury guide to human thought

    1993 - Bloomsbury Reference - London

    In-text: (McLeish)

    Your Bibliography: McLeish, Kenneth. Bloomsbury Guide To Human Thought. London: Bloomsbury Reference, 1993. Print.

  • Book

    Skemp, R. R.

    The psychology of learning mathematics - Expanded American edition

    1987 - Routledge - [New York]

    In-text: (Skemp 42, 43)

    Your Bibliography: Skemp, Richard R. The Psychology Of Learning Mathematics - Expanded American Edition. [New York]: Routledge, 1987. Print.

  • Journal

    Skemp, R.

    Relational understanding and instrumental understanding

    1976 - Mathematics Teaching

    In-text: (Skemp 20-26)

    Your Bibliography: Skemp, Richard. "Relational Understanding And Instrumental Understanding." Mathematics Teaching 77 (1976): 20-26. Print.

  • Dissertation

    Star, J.

    Re-conceptualising procedural knowledge: Flexibility and innovation in equation solving

    2002

    In-text: (Star)

    Your Bibliography: Star, Jon. "Re-Conceptualising Procedural Knowledge: Flexibility And Innovation In Equation Solving." Pd.D. Michigan State University, 2002. Print.

  • Journal

    Tan, S. H. and Toh, T. L.

    On the teaching of the representation of complex numbers in the Argand diagram

    2013 - Learning Science and Mathematics

    In-text: (Tan and Toh 75-86)

    Your Bibliography: Tan, Soon Hui, and Tin Lam Toh. "On The Teaching Of The Representation Of Complex Numbers In The Argand Diagram." Learning Science and Mathematics November 2013.8 (2013): 75-86. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.

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