# Volume 10, Numbers 1 & 2 (January 2013)

"But what is to be done if the sole and express purpose of every intelligent man is babble-that is a deliberate pouring from empty into void" - Dostoevsky (in Notes from Underground)

## Full Volume

## Editorial

Editorial: (Why) Yet another issue on Problem Solving?

Bharath Sriraman

## Articles

Introduction to International Perspectives on Problem Solving Research in Mathematics Education

Luis Moreno Armella and Manuel Santos-Trigo

Reflections on Problem Solving Theory and Practice

Alan H. Schoenfeld

Problem Solving in the Primary School (K-2)

Richard Lesh, Lyn English, Chanda Riggs, and Serife Sevis

Prospective Teachers’ Interactive Visualization and Affect in Mathematical Problem-Solving

Inés Mª Gómez-Chacón

Young Children Investigating Advanced Mathematical Concepts With Haptic Technologies: Future Design Perspectives

Stephen Hegedus

Cognitive processes developed by students when solving mathematical problems within technological environments

Fernando Barrera-Mora and Aarón Reyes-Rodríguez

Problem Solving and its elements in forming proof

Joanna Mamona-Downs and Martin Downs

Becoming Aware Of Mathematical Gaps In New Curricular Materials: A Resource-Based Analysis Of Teaching Practice

José Guzman and Carolyn Kieran

Mathematical Problem Solving in Training Elementary Teachers from a Semiotic Logical Approach

Martín Socas and Josefa Hernández

Developing problem solving experiences in practical action projects

François Pluvinage

Thoughts About Research On Mathematical Problem- Solving Instruction

Frank K. Lester Jr.

Framing the use of computational technology in problem solving approaches

Manuel Santos-Trigo and Matías Camacho Machín

Proof and Problem Solving at University Level

Annie Selden and John Selden

Cognition and Affect in Mathematics Problem Solving with Prospective Teachers

Lorenzo J. Blanco, Eloisa Guerrero Barona, and Ann Caballero Carrasco

Developing the art of seeing the easy when solving problems

Alfinio Flores and Jaclyn Braker

Two-step arithmetic word problems

Enrique Castro-Martínez and Antonio Frías-Zorilla

Trajectory of a problem: a study in Teacher Training

Alain Kuzniak, Bernard Parzysz, and Laurent Vivier

Primary school teacher’s noticing of students’ mathematical thinking in problem solving

Ceneida Fernández, Salvador Llinares, and Julia Valls

A Proposal for a Problem-Driven Mathematics Curriculum Framework

Judith S. Zawojewski, Marta T. Magiera, and Richard Lesh

#### Editors

- Guest Editor
- Manuel Santos-Trigo
- Guest Editor
- Luis Moreno-Armella

#### Special Issue:

International Perspectives on Problem Solving Research in Mathematics Education