HINO Keiko

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HINO Keiko
Utsunomiya University
Faculty of Education, Mathematics Education
Job title
Associate professor
Doctor of Philosophy, -

Research Interests


Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Research Associate, Faculty of Education,
University of Tsukuda


Mathematical Education, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Southern Illinois University
First Cluster of College, University of Tsukuba

Published Papers

Teaching whole-number multiplication to promote children's proportional reasoning: A practice-based perspective from Japan
HINO Keiko KATO Hisae
ZDM Mathematics Education      Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Inscriptions that mediate interactive construction of new mathematical meaning in a primary mathematics class
HINO Keiko
Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education   Vol. 3 9-16   2017   [Refereed]
HINO Keiko
Educational Studies in Mathematics   90 121-141   2015   [Refereed]
ZDM Mathematics Education   46 423-436   2014   [Refereed]


Journal of Mathematical Behavior   20(4), 477-502    2002
Process of internalizing new use of multiplication through classroom instruction : A case study
Proceedings of the 24th PME Conference. July 23-27, Hiroshima, Japan   (3) 49-56   2000
Evolution of a student's use of the "a÷b" method : Qualitative analysis of development of proportional reasoning through classroom instruction
Journal of Science Education in Japan   23(4) 283-294   1999
Mathematics Curriculum in Victoria, Australia : Focusing on the characteristics and practice of "Mathematical Tools" strand
Journal of Japan Society of Mathematical Education "Arithmetic Education"   81(6) 100-109   1999
When students meet with new formr of notations : An analysis of meaning construction process under instrnction in proportion
Proceedings of ICMI-EARCOME, (Vol. (]G0002[)). Korea National University of Education, August   261-274   1998

Books etc

School mathematics curricula: Asian perspectives and glimpses of reform (Mathematics education- An Asian perspective)
Catherine P. Vistro-Yu, & Tin Lam Toh (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, Incorporating National Assessment into Curriculum Design and Instruction: An Approach in Japan)
Springer   May 2019   
Mathematics instruction: Goals, tasks and activities
P. C. Toh & B. L. Chua (Part:Contributor, Developing interaction toward the goal of the lesson in a primary mathematics classroom)
Mathematics Lesson Study Around the World: Theoretical and Methodological Issues (ICME-13 Monographs)
Marisa Quaresma et al. (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, Mathematics Education Lesson Study in Japan from Historical, Community, Institutional and Development Assistance Perspectives)
Springer   2018   
Research Advances in the Mathematical Education of Pre-service Elementary Teachers: An International Perspective (ICME-13 Monographs)
Gabriel J. Stylianides & Keiko Hino (Eds.) (Part:Joint Editor)
Springer   2017   
Teaching and learning mathematics through variation: Confucian heritage meets Western theories
R. Huang & Y. Li (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, Improving teaching through variation: A Japanese perspective)
Sense Publishers   2017   
Developing 21st century competencies in the mathematics classroom
P. C. Toh, & K. Berinderjeet (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, Listening and responding to children’s reflective thinking: Two case studies on the use of the National Assessment in Japan)
World Scientific   2016   
Abstracts of the First Sourcebook on Asian Research in Mathematics Education: China, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, and India
Studying classroom teaching as a medium for professional development
Students' Reasoning and Mathematical Connections in the Japanese classroom, (本の名前 1995 Yearbook : Connecting Mathematics Across the Curriculum)
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics   1995   
A study on children's informal methods for learning multiplication of decimals, (Advances in Mathematics Education) T. Miwa (Ed. )
Toyokan   1993   


Case Studies on Proportional Reasoning and Learning in American and Japanese Sixth-Grade Students
1992 - 1994

Research Grants & Projects

Student Mathematical Knowledge Construction in the Classroom
Nature and Development of Proportional Reasoning in Students
Cross-National Study on Mathematics Lessons