Masataka KOYAMA 小山 正孝
★Koyama, M. and Lew, H-C. (2017). Pre-service teacher training for secondary school mathematics in Japan and Korea. In Son, Ji-Won, Watanabe, Tad, and Lo, Jane-Jane (Eds.), What matters? Research trends in international comparative studies in mathematics (pp.145-164). The Netherlands: Springer.
・Wong, K. Y., Koyama, M. and Lee, K-H. (2013). Mathematics curriculum policies: A framework with case studies from Japan, Korea, and Singapore. In Y. Li and G. Lappan (Eds.), Mathematics curriculum in school education (pp.79-91). The Netherlands: Springer.
・Koyama, M. (2013). Insights from students’ process of understanding mathematics for nurturing reflective learners. In Kaur, B. (Ed.), Nurturing reflective learners in mathematics (pp.269-288). Singapore: World Scientific.
・Koyama, M. (2010). Mathematics curriculum in Japan. In F. K. S. Leung and Y. Li (Eds.), Reforms and issues in school mathematics in East Asia: Sharing and understanding mathematics education policies and practices (pp.59-78). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
★Koyama, M. (2016). Dynamic cycle driven by the dialectic cycle of two complementary reflections in lesson study on school mathematics, Proceedings of the PME 40 Conference, 1, 35-50.
★Koyama, M. (2015a). Seeking high quality collaboration and reflection: A lesson study on primary school mathematics, Proceedings of the 7th ICMI-East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education, 1, 105-116.
・Koyama, M. (2015b). Current trends and issues on mathematics curriculum revision in Japan, Proceedings of the 2015 Joint Conference of Korean Mathematics Education Societies, 2, 79-102.
・Thompson, D. R., Kaur, B., Koyama, M. and Bleiler, S. K. (2013), A longitudinal view of mathematics achievement of primary students: case studies from Japan, Singapore, and the United States, ZDM Mathematics Education, 45(1), 73-89.
・Koyama, M. (2008). Japanese doctoral programs in mathematics education: Academic or professional. In R. Reys and J. A. Dossey (Eds.), U.S. Doctorates in mathematics education: Developing stewards of the discipline. CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education, USA: American Mathematical Society, 15, 195-201.
・Okazaki, M. and Koyama, M. (2005). Characteristics of 5th graders’ logical development through learning division with decimals, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 60, 217-251.
＜International Conference Presentations＞
・Koyama, M., Two-axis process model for teaching and learning of school mathematics.Invited Lecture at the ICME-13 Conference. Germany: Hamburg, July 24-31, 2016.
・Koyama, M., Dynamic cycle driven by the dialectic cycle of two complementary reflections in lesson study on school mathematics. Plenary Lecture at the PME 40 Conference. Hungary: Szeged, August 3-7, 2016.
・Koyama, M., Seeking high quality collaboration and reflection: A Lesson Study on primary school mathematics. Invited Lecture at the 7th ICMI-EARCOME Conference. Philippine: Waterfront Hotel, Cebu City, May 11-15, 2015.
・Koyama, M., Current trends and issues on mathematics curriculum revision in Japan. Invited Lecture at the 2015 Joint Conference of Korean Mathematics Education Societies. Korea: Konkuk University, Seoul, May 1-2, 2015.
International comparative study on students’ mathematical attainments
Mathematics teachers’ professional development
School mathematics curricula and textbooks
Lesson study of mathematics in primary and secondary schools