2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
1995 - Member of Academia Europaea
Member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters Psychology and Education
A majority of his Mathematics education research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Geometry, Arithmetic and Word problem (mathematics education). His study connects Word (group theory) and Geometry. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Arithmetic and Mathematics education in his work. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Context (archaeology) and Test (biology) and Paleontology. As part of his studies on Context (archaeology), he often connects relevant areas like Paleontology. His study deals with a combination of Neuroscience and Cognitive psychology. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Cognitive psychology and Artificial intelligence in his work. He integrates Artificial intelligence with Cognition in his research. He merges Cognition with Metacognition in his research.
His study in the field of Linguistics also crosses realms of Mathematics education. His Word (group theory) research extends to Linguistics, which is thematically connected. In general Competence (human resources), his work in Social psychology is often linked to Mathematics education linking many areas of study. His Social psychology study typically links adjacent topics like Competence (human resources). In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Artificial intelligence and Cognitive psychology. He merges Cognitive psychology with Artificial intelligence in his study. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Neuroscience and Cognition. Erik De Corte performs multidisciplinary studies into Cognition and Neuroscience in his work. Erik De Corte combines Geometry and Arithmetic in his studies.
His Engineering ethics research incorporates themes from Corporate governance, Management and Law, Creativity. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Management and Corporate governance. He applies the principles of Creativity and Conviction in his work under Law. His work deals with themes such as Factor (programming language), Programming language and Neutrality, Epistemology, which intersect with Developmental psychology. Much of his study explores Programming language relationship to Factor (programming language) and Interpretation (philosophy). In most of his Epistemology studies, his work intersects topics such as Neutrality and Phenomenon. In the subject of Word (group theory), Erik De Corte integrates adjacent academic fields such as Linguistics and Geometry. His research ties Word (group theory) and Linguistics together. Erik De Corte combines Geometry and Mathematics education in his research.
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Making sense of word problems
Lieven Verschaffel;G. B. Greer;Erik de Corte.
Realistic considerations in mathematical modeling of school arithmetic word problems
Lieven Verschaffel;Erik De Corte;Sabien Lasure.
Learning and Instruction (1994)
Learning To Solve Mathematical Application Problems: A Design Experiment with Fifth Graders.
Lieven Verschaffel;Erik De Corte;Sabien Lasure;Griet Van Vaerenbergh.
Mathematical Thinking and Learning (1999)
Mathematics teaching and learning.
Erik De Corte;Brian Greer;Lieven Verschaffel.
Framing Students’ Mathematics-Related Beliefs
Peter Op’t Eynde;Erik De Corte;Lievan Verschaffel.
Influence of rewording verbal problems on children's problem representations and solutions
Erik De Corte;Lieven Verschaffel;Luc de Win.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1985)
Whole number concepts and operations
Lieven Verschaffel;B Greer;Erik De Corte.
Self-Regulation: A Characteristic and a Goal of Mathematics Education
Erik De Corte;Lieven Verschaffel;Peter Op 't Eynde.
Handbook of Self-Regulation (2000)
The Effect of Semantic Structure on First Graders' Strategies for Solving Addition and Subtraction Word Problems
Erik De Corte;Lieven Verschaffel.
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (1987)
Teaching Realistic Mathematical Modeling in the Elementary School: A Teaching Experiment With Fifth Graders
Lieven Verschaffel;Erik De Corte.
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (1997)
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