**All papers according to the publication year (128 papers)**

**2014**

Leikin, R. (2014). Giftedness and high ability in mathematics. In S. Lerman (Ed.), *Encyclopedia of Mathematics Education*. Springer. Electronic Version.

Leikin, M., Waisman, I. Shaul, S. and Leikin, R. (Accepted). Brain
activity associated with translation from a visual to a symbolic
representation in algebra and geometry. *Integrative NeoroScience*.

Leikin, R., Paz-Baruch, N. and Leikin, M. (2014 - in press).
Cognitive characteristics of students with superior performance in
mathematics. *Journal of Individual Differences*

Waisman, I., Leikin, M., Shaul, S. and Leikin, R. (2014). Brain
activity associated with translation between graphical and symbolic
representations of functions in generally gifted and excelling in
mathematics adolescents. *International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education*, 12(3), 669-696.

**2013**

Leikin, M., Paz-Baruch, N. and Leikin, R. (2013). Memory Abilities in
Generally Gifted and Excelling-in-mathematics Adolescents. *Intelligence*, 41, 566–578.

Leikin, M., Waisman, I. and Leikin, R. (2013). How brain research can contribute to the evaluation of mathematical giftedness. *Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling*, 55(4), 415-437.

Leikin, R. (2013). Evaluating mathematical creativity: The interplay between multiplicity and insight. *Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling*, 55(4), 385-400.

Leikin, R. & Grossman, D. (2013). Teachers modify geometry problems: from proof to investigation. *Educational Studies in Mathematics*, 82(3), 515–531.

Leikin, R., Leikin, M., Waisman, I., and Shaul, S. (2013). Effect of
the presence of external representations on accuracy and reaction time
in solving mathematical double-choice problems by students of different
levels of instruction. *International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education*, 11(5), 1049-1066.

Zazkis R., Leikin, R., & Sinitsky, I. (2013). Derivative of area equals perimeter -- coincidence? *Mathematics Teacher*, 106 (9), 686-693.

Guberman, R. & Leikin, R. (2013). Interest and difficulty: Changes in teachers' views of multiple solution tasks. *Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education*, 16(1), 33-56.

Koichu, B Goldin, G. A., Weinzweig, I., Vinner & Leikin R.
(2013). Problem solving in mathematics and in mathematics education. (R.
Leikin: Can all high achievers in school mathematics become
professional mathematicians?). In T. Dreyfus & M. Fried (Eds.). *Mathematics & Mathematics Education: Searching for Common Ground. *Springer*.*

Leikin, R., Subotnik, R., Pitta-Pantazi, D., Singer, M. &
Peltzer, I. (2013). Teachers’ views on creativity in mathematics
education: An international survey. *ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education*, 45(2), 309-324.

Lev-Zamir, H. & Leikin, R. (2013). Saying vs. Doing: Teachers’
conceptions of creativity in elementary mathematics teaching. *ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education*, 45(2), 295-308.

Leikin, R. & Lev, M. (2013). Mathematical creativity in generally
gifted and mathematically excelling adolescents: What makes the
difference? *ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education*, 45(2), 183–197.

Leikin, R. & Pitta-Pantazi (2013). Creativity and mathematics education: The state of the art. *ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education*, 45(2), 159–166.

Lev, M. & Leikin, R. (2013). The connection between mathematical
creativity and high ability in mathematics. In B. Ubuz, Ç. Haser, M. A.
Mariotti (Eds.), *The Proceedings of**the**Eighth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-8 (*pp. 1204-1213). Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

Waisman, I., Leikin, M., Shaul, S. & Leikin, R. (2013). Brain
Potentials during solving Area-Related problems: Effects of Giftedness
and Excellence in mathematics. In B. Ubuz, Ç. Haser, M. A. Mariotti
(Eds.), *The Proceedings of**the**Eighth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-8 *(pp. 1254-1263), Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

Baruch-Paz, N., Leikin, M. & Leikin, R. (2013). Memory and speed
of processing in general gifted and excelling in mathematics students.
In B. Ubuz, Ç. Haser, M. A. Mariotti (Eds.), * The Proceedings of**the**Eighth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-8 *(pp. 1146-1155). Middle East Technical University, Ankara.

**2012**

Leikin, M., Waisman, I., Shaul, S. and Leikin, R. (2012).** **Group differences in single-digit multiplication reflected by event related potentials**. **To be presented at the *Neuroscience and Education SIG, Annual AERA (American Educational Research Association) Conference*, April 2012, Vancouver, Canada.

Dreyfus, T., Nardy, E. & Leikin R. (2012). Forms of proof and proving in the classroom. In G. Hana and M. DeVillers (Eds.), *Proofs and Proving. ICMI Study-19 Volume*. Springer.

Robinson N. & Leikin, R. (2012). One teacher, two lessons: The lesson study process. *International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education*, 10, 139-161.

Kontorovich,^{ }I., Koichu, B., Leikin, R. & Berman, A.^{ }(2012). A framework for handling the complexity of students' mathematical problem posing in small groups.** ***Journal of Mathematical Behavior,* 31, 149– 161.

Levav-Waynberg, A. & Leikin, R. (2012). The role of multiple
solution tasks in developing knowledge and creativity in geometry. *Journal of Mathematical Behavior,* 31, 73– 90.

Leikin R. & Zazkis R. (2012). On the connections between general
education theories and theories in mathematics education. Review of B.
Sriraman and L. English (2010) Theories of Mathematics Education:
Seeking New Frontiers. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*, 43(2), 223-232.

Guberman, R. & Leikin, R. (2012). Interest and difficulty: Changes in teachers' views of multiple solution tasks. *Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.* (on-line).

Leikin, R. (2012). What is given in the problem? Looking through the lens of constructions and Dragging in DGE. *Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*, 11(1-2), 103-116.

Levav-Waynberg, A. & Leikin, R. (accepted-2012). Using multiple
solution tasks for the evaluation of students’ problem-solving
performance in geometry. *Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education*,.

Zazkis R., Leikin, R., & Sinitsky, I. (accepted). Derivative of area equals perimeter -- coincidence? *Mathematics Teacher.*

Waisman, I., Shaul, S., Leikin, M. and Leikin, R. (Accepted pending
minor revisions). From a Visual to a Symbolic Object in Algebra and
Geometry: ERP Study with Mathematically Talented Adolescents. *Mathematics Teaching and Learning*. Special Issue on Brain Research in Mathematics Education.

Leikin, R. & Grossman, D. (accepted). Teachers modify geometry problems: from proof to investigation. *Educational Studies in Mathematics.*

Leikin, R. (in press – 2012). Challenging the mathematically promising mind:

Intertwining difficulty and pleasure. In H. E. Vidergor, C. R. Harris, & T. S. Yamin, (Eds.), *The practical handbook for teachers of gifted and able students. *Ulm, Germany:* *International Center for Innovation in Education Press.

Waisman, I., Shaul, S., Leikin, M. and Leikin, R. (Accepted-2012).
General ability vs. expertise in mathematics: An ERP study with male
adolescents who answer geometry questions. To be presented at the *TSG-3
(Topic Study Group-3: Activities and Programs for Gifted Students), the
12th International Congress on Mathematics Education*, July, 2012, Coex, Seoul, Korea.

Shaul, S., Leikin, M. Waisman, I., and Leikin, R.
(Accepted-2012). Visual processing in algebra and geometry in
mathematically excelling students.: an ERP study. To be presented at the
*TSG-16 (Topic Study Group-16: Visualization in mathematics education), the 12th International Congress on Mathematics Education*, July, 2012, Coex, Seoul, Korea.

Leikin, R., Waisman, I., Shaul, S. & Leikin, M.
(Accepted-2012). An ERP study with gifted and excelling male
adolescents: Solving short Insight-based problems. To be presented at *the 36 ^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.*

Leikin R. (Accepted-2012). Creativity in Teaching
mathematics as an indication of teachers’ expertise. To be presented at
the Research Forum "Conceptualizing and developing expertise in
mathematics instruction" of *the 36 ^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.*

**2011**

Leikin, R. (2011). The education of mathematically gifted students: On some complexities and questions. *Montana Mathematical Enthusiast Journal*, 8, 167- 188.

Applebaum, M., Freiman, V. & Leikin R (2011). Prospective
teachers' conceptions about teaching mathematically talented students:
comparative examples from Canada and Israel. *Montana Mathematical Enthusiast Journal,* 8, 255- 290.

Lev-Zamir H. & Leikin R. (2011). Creative mathematics teaching in
the eye of the beholder: Focusing on teachers' conceptions. *Research in Mathematics Education,** *13, 17 -32.

Leikin R. (2011). Teaching the mathematically gifted: Featuring a teacher. *Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education*, 11(1), 78-89.

Leikin, R. (2011). Multiple-solution tasks: from a teacher education course to teacher practice. *ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education.* 43(6), 993-1006.

Sinitzsky, I., Zazkis R., & Leikin, R. (2011). Odd + Odd = Odd, is it possible? Exploring odd and even functions. *Mathematics Teaching. 225 (November 2011), 30 – 34. *

Zazkis, R., Leikin, R. & Jolfaee S. C. (2011). Contributions to
teaching of “Mathematics for Elementary Teachers” courses: Prospective
teachers’ views and examples. *Mathematics Teacher Education and Development*, 13(2), 3–21.

Karp, A. P. & Leikin, R. (2011). Research in Russian mathematics education. In A. P. Karp, and B. R. Vogeli (Eds.).*Russian mathematics education: History and world significance *(pp. 411-486). New Jersey, NJ:* *World Scientific.

Leikin, R. & Kloss, Y. (2011). Mathematical creativity in 8th and 10th grades. Proceedings of the *The**Seventh Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-7.*

Leikin, R., Levav-Waynberg, A. & Guberman, R. (2011). Employing
Multiple Solution Tasks for the development of mathematical creativity:
Two studies.** **Proceedings of the *The**Seventh Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-7.*

**2010**

Applebaum. M. & Leikin, R. (2010). Translations towards connected mathematics. *Mathematics Teacher*, 103, 563-569.

Leikin, R. & Zazkis, R. (2010). The content-dependence of
prospective teachers' knowledge: A case of exemplifying definitions. *International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology*, 4, 451– 466.

Zazkis, R. & Leikin, R. (2010). Advanced Mathematical Knowledge
in Teaching Practice: Perceptions of Secondary Mathematics Teachers. *Mathematical Thinking and Learning*, 12, 263-281.

Saul M. & Leikin R. (2010). Intercultural aspects of creativity: Challenges and barriers. *Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*. 9, 1-9.

Subotnik, R. F., Singer, F. M. & Leikin R. (2010). Intercultural
perspectives on creativity in school mathematics: The role of context,
individual differences and motivation. *Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*. 9, 11-39.

Leikin, R. & Zazkis R. (2010). Teachers’ Opportunities to Learn
Mathematics Through Teaching. In R. Leikin & R. Zazkis (Eds.). *Learning through teaching mathematics: Development of teachers' knowledge and expertise in practice *(Ch 1, pp. 3-21)*. *Springer

Leikin, R. (2010). Learning through Teaching through the lens of Multiple Solution Tasks. In R. Leikin & R. Zazkis (Eds.) *, Learning through teaching mathematics: Development of teachers' knowledge and expertise in practice* (Ch. 4, pp. 69 - 85). Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Springer.

Leikin, R. & Stanger, O. (2010). Teachers' Images of Gifted
Students and the roles assigned to them in Heterogeneous Mathematics
Classes. In B. Sriraman & Lee K.H. (Eds.). *The Elements of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics* (Ch. 7, pp. 103-118). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Leikin, R. (2010). Teaching mathematically gifted. *Gifted Education International*, 27, 161-175.

**2009**

Zazkis R. & Leikin, R. (2009). – Advanced mathematical Knowledge: How is it used in teaching? *The**Sixth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-6* (3770 words).

Levav-Waynberg, A. & Leikin R. (2009). Multiple solutions to a
problem: A tool for assessment of mathematical thinking in geometry. *In *V. Durand-Guerrier, S. Soury-Lavergne and F. Arzarello (Eds.), *Proceedings of the**Sixth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-6* (pp. 776-785).

Leikin, R. (2009). Multiple proof tasks: Teacher practice and teacher
education. In F-L. Lin, F-J. Hsieh, G. Hana & M. De Villiers
(Eds.), The proceeding of the 19^{th}*ICMI Study conference:**Proofs and proving in mathematics education*. (v. 2, pp. 31-36). National Taipei University, Taiwan.

Karp, A., Leikin, R. with Applebaum, M., Christou, C., Freiman, V.,
Koichu, B., Pitta-Pantazi, D., & Walker, E. (2009). Research Forum -
Mathematical gift and promise: Exploring and developing. In M. Tzekaki,
M. Kaldrimidou & H. Sakonidis (Eds.) *The Proceedings of the 33 ^{rd} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. (v. 1, pp*. 185-206). Thessaloniki, Greece.

Leikin, R. & Zazkis, R. (2009). Exemplifying definition: On the
field-related character of teachers' content knowledge. In M. Tzekaki,
M. Kaldrimidou & H. Sakonidis (Eds.) *The Proceedings of the 33 ^{rd} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. *(v. 4, pp. 1-8). Thessaloniki, Greece.

Robinson N. & Leikin, R. (2009). A tale of two lessons during
Lesson Study process. In M. Tzekaki, M. Kaldrimidou & H. Sakonidis
(Eds.) *The Proceedings of the 33 ^{rd} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. (v. 4, pp*. 489-496). Thessaloniki, Greece.

Rachmel, S. & Leikin, R. (2009). Education of Gifted Students in Israel: General and Mathematics Education. *Gifted Education Press Quarterly*, 23, 6-9.

Leikin, R. & Levav-Waynberg, A. (2009). Development of teachers'
conceptions through learning and teaching: Meaning and Potential of
multiple-solution tasks. *Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education*, 9(4), 203–223.

Holton, D., Cheung, K-C., Kesianye, S., De Losada, M., Leikin, R.,
Makrides, G., Meissner, H., Sheffield, L., & Yeap, B. H. (2009).
Teacher development and mathematical challenge. In E. Barbeau & P.
Taylor (Eds.), *ICMI Study-16 Volume: Mathematical challenge in and beyond the classroom.* (pp. 205-242). Springer.

Wood, T., Neubrand, M., Seago, N., and Agudelo-Valderrama, C.,
DeBlois, L. Leikin, R. (2009). The Balance of Teacher Knowledge:
Mathematics and Pedagogy. * *In D. Ball & R. Even (Eds.)*, ICMI Study-15 Volume: The professional education and development of teachers of mathematics.* (pp. 211-226). Springer.

Leikin, R. (2009). Teaching mathematics with and for creativity: An
intercultural perspective. In P. Ernest, B, Greer, & B. Sriraman
(Eds.), *Critical issues in mathematics education.* (Ch. 6, pp. 39-43). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Leikin, R., Koichu, B. & Berman A. (2009). Mathematical
giftedness as a quality of problem-solving acts. In R. Leikin, A. Berman
& B. Koichu (Eds), *Creativity in mathematics and the education of gifted students.* (Ch. 8, pp. 115-127). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publisher.

Leikin, R. (2009). Exploring mathematical creativity using multiple
solution tasks. In R. Leikin, A. Berman & B. Koichu (Eds.), *Creativity in mathematics and the education of gifted students.* (Ch. 9, pp. 129-145). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publisher.

Leikin, R. (2009). Bridging research and theory in mathematics
education with research and theory in creativity and giftedness. In R.
Leikin, A. Berman & B. Koichu (Eds), *Creativity in mathematics and the education of gifted students.* (Part IV – Synthesis, Ch. 23, pp. 385-411). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publisher.

**2008 **

Leikin, R. (2008) Chapter 4: Teams of Prospective Mathematics
Teachers: Multiple Problems and Multiple Solutions. In T. Wood (Series
Editor) & K. Krainer (Volume Editor). * International handbook of
mathematics teacher education: Vol. 3. Participants in mathematics
teacher education: individuals, teams, communities, and networks * . (pp. 63-88). Sense Publishers. (Invited paper, Review)

Zazkis, R. & Leikin, R. (2008). Exemplifying definitions: Example generation for the analysis of mathematics knowledge. *Educational Studies in Mathematics, *69, 131-148.

Leikin, R. & Levav-Waynberg, A. (2008). Solution spaces of
multiple-solution connecting tasks as a mirror of the development of
mathematics teachers' knowledge. *Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, *8(3), 233-251.

Chazan, D., Yerushalmy, M. & Leikin, R. (2008). An analytic conception of equation and teachers’ views of school algebra *. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, *27, 87–100.

Leikin, R. (2008). Teaching mathematics with and for creativity: an intercultural perspective.* The paper presented at the 11 ^{th} International Conference of Mathematics Education*, ICME-11, Discussion Group 3:

*Mathematics education: for whom and why?*(1300 words).

Applebaum, M., Freiman, V. & Leikin, R. (2008)*. *Teachers' views on teaching mathematically promising students.* The paper presented at the 11 ^{th} International Conference of Mathematics Education*, ICME-11, Topic Study Group-6:

*Education of*gifted students. (5 370 words).

**2007**

Leikin, R. (2007). Habits of mind associated with advanced mathematical thinking and solution spaces of mathematical tasks. *The**Fifth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education* - *CERME-5.* (pp. 2330-2339) (CD-ROM and On-line). Available: http://ermeweb.free.fr/Cerme5.pdf (PDF File - New Window)

Leikin, R. & Zazkis, R. with Liljedahl, P., Borba, M., Simon, M.
& Tzur, R. (2007). Learning through Teaching: Development of
teachers' knowledge in practice – Research forum. In J-H Woo, H-C Lew,
K-S Park & D-Y Seo (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 31 ^{st} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. (vol. 1, pp. 121-150). Korea: The Korea Society of Educational Studies in Mathematics.

Applebaum, M. & Leikin, R. (2007). Teachers' conceptions of
mathematical challenge in school mathematics. In J-H Woo, H-C Lew, K-S
Park & D-Y Seo (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 31 ^{st} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. (vol. 2, pp. 9 - 16). Korea: The Korea Society of Educational Studies in Mathematics.

Leikin, R. & Lev, M. (2007). Multiple solution tasks as a
magnifying glass for observation of mathematical creativity. In J-H Woo,
H-C Lew, K-S Park & D-Y Seo (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 31 ^{st} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. (vol. 3, pp. 161-168). Korea: The Korea Society of Educational Studies in Mathematics.

Zazkis, R. & Leikin, R. (2007). Generating examples: From pedagogical tool to a research tool. *For the Learning of Mathematics*, 27, 11-17.

Applebaum, M. & Leikin, R. (2007). Looking back at the beginning:
Teachers critical reasoning when solving non-realistic tasks. *Montana Mathematical Enthusiast Journal, *4,* *258-265.

Leikin, R. & Levav-Waynberg, A. (2007). Exploring mathematics
teacher knowledge to explain the gap between theory-based
recommendations and school practice in the use of connecting tasks. *Educational Studies in Mathematics*, 66, 349-371.

Leikin, R. & Dinur, S. (2007). Teacher flexibility in mathematical discussion. *Journal of Mathematical Behavior*, 26, 328-347.

**2006**

Leikin, R., Levav-Waynberg, A., Gurevich, I, & Mednikov, L.
(2006). Implementation of multiple solution connecting tasks: Do
students’ attitudes support teachers’ reluctance? *FOCUS on Learning Problems in Mathematics*, 28, 1-22.

Leikin, R. & Rota, S. (2006). A Case Study on the Development of Teacher’s Proficiency through Teaching. * Mathematics Education Research Journal*, 18(3), 44-68.

Leikin, R. (2006). Symmetry as a BIG IDEA in the education of mathematics teachers. *Symmetry: Culture and science*. 17, 51-53.

Leikin, R. (2006). Learning by teaching: The case of Sieve of
Eratosthenes and one elementary school teacher. In R. Zazkis & S.
Campbell (Eds.), *Number Theory in Mathematics Education: Perspectives and Prospects*. (pp. 115-140). Mahwah, NJ: **Erlbaum.**

Levav-Waynberg, A. & Leikin R. (2006). Solving problems in
different ways: Teachers' knowledge situated in practice. In J. Navotna,
H. Maraova, M. Kratka & N. Stehlikova* *(Eds.),* Proceedings of the 30th International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, v. 4, (pp. 57-64). Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

Leikin, R. (2006). Getting Aware: Secondary school
teachers learn about 'Mathematics Challenges in Education'. The paper
presented at the 16th*ICMI Study:**Mathematical challenges in and out of the classroom*. (3,900 words). http://www.amt.canberra.edu.au/icmis16pisrleikin.pdf (PDF File - New Window)

Applebaum, M., Schneiderman, O. & Leikin, R. (2006). Mathematical Tasks and Teaching Mathematics in MOFET classes, In the *Electronic proceedings of the 16th ICMI Study: Challenging Mathematics in and Beyond the Classroom*. (2,500 words). Trondheim, Norway

Schneiderman, O., Applebaum, M. & Leikin, R. (2006). Creative Mathematical Tasks in MOFET classes,*Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Creativity in Mathematics Education and the Education of Gifted Students*, (pp. 98 – 101), Budejovice, Czech Republic.

Leikin, R. (2006). About four types of mathematical connections and solving problems in different ways. *Aleh *- * The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal,**36, *8-14.

Levav-Waynberg, A. & Leikin, R. (2006). The right for shortfall: A teacher learns in her classroom. *Aleh *- * The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal,**36*.

**2005**

Leikin, R. (2005). Teachers’ learning in teaching: Developing
teachers’ mathematical knowledge through instructional interactions. The
paper presented at the 15th *ICMI Study: The Professional Education and Development of Teachers of Mathematics*. (2,500 words). http://stwww.weizmann.ac.il/G-math/ICMI/log_in.html

Zaslavsky, O. & Leikin, R. (2004). Professional development of mathematics teacher-educators: Growth through practice. *Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 7, *5-32.

Leikin, R. (2005). Qualities of professional dialog: Connecting
graduate research on teaching and the undergraduate teachers' program. *International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology,* 36(1-2), 237-256.

Leikin, R., Stylianou, D. A. & Silver E. A. (2005). Visualization
and mathematical knowledge: Drawing the net of a truncated cylinder. *Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*, 4, 1-39.

Leikin, R. & Kawass, S. (2005). Planning teaching unfamiliar
mathematical problem: The role of teachers' experience in solving the
problem and watching students' solution, *Journal of Mathematical Behavior, *3-4, 253-274*.*

**2004**

Leikin, R. (2004). Professional dialog, its components and qualities:
From graduate research on teaching to an undergraduate teachers'
program.*Presented at The 10 ^{th} International Conference of Mathematics Education*, ICME-10, Topic Study Group 3:

*New Trends and Developments in Mathematics Education on Tertiary Level*. http://www.icme-10.dk/

Leikin R. (2004). The wholes that are greater than the sum of their
parts: Employing cooperative learning in mathematics teachers’
education. *Journal of Mathematical Behavior*, 23, 223-256.

Leikin, R. (2004). Towards High Quality Geometrical Tasks:
Reformulation of A Proof Problem. In M. J. Hoines & A. B. Fuglestad
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the 28 ^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.*

*Vol. 3, 209-216.*

Leikin R. (2004). Opening a truncated cylinder: Four solutions for one problem. *Aleh* - * The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal, 31, *66-69.* *

**2003**

Leikin, R. (2003). Problem-solving preferences of mathematics teachers. *Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 6, *297-329.

Brandon, D., Dotan, M, Zaslavsky, O. & Leikin, R. (2003). Talent
Development and Cultural Diversity. In P. Csermely & L. Lederman
(Eds.), *Science education: Talent recruitment and public understanding**. NATO Science Series.* (pp. 77-88). Budapest, Hungary: IOS Press.

Zaslavsky, O., Chapman, O., & Leikin, R. (2003). Professional Development of Mathematics Educators: Trends and Tasks. In A. J. Bishop, M.A. Clements, D. Brunei, C. Keitel, J. Kilpatrick, F. K.S. Leung (Eds.), The Second International Handbook of Mathematics Education, (pp. 875-915), Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

Leikin, R. & Dinur, S. (2003). Patterns of flexibility: Teachers' behavior in mathematical discussion. In *Electronic Proceedings of the**Third Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education*.(10 p.) http://www.dm.unipi.it/~didattica/CERME3/WG11/papers_pdf/TG11_Leikin.pdf

Leikin, R. (2003). Raising Mathematics Teacher expectations of
pupils' Ability to Solve Challenging Problems. In Velikova, E. (Ed.) *Proceedings of **The 3 ^{rd} International Conference "Creativity in mathematics education and the education of gifted students"*, (pp. 243-250). Athens, Greece: V-publications.

Leikin, R. & Zaslavsky, O. (2003). TeLeM – A program for
realization of learning potential and promoting excellence in
mathematics. *Aleh *- * The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal,**30, *36-44.

**2002**

Rota, S. & Leikin, R (2002). Development of mathematics teacher’s
proficiency in discussion orchestration. In A. D. Cockburn & E.
Nardi (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 26 ^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Vol. 4, 137-144. *

Leikin, R. (2002). Cooperative Learning as a Trigger for Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers. In *Proceedings of the 2 ^{nd} International Conference on Science Education. *(pp. 297-304). Cyprus, Nicosia: The Cyprus Pedagogical Institute.

Leikin, R. (2002). Gold triangle and “its relatives” *Aleh* -* The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal, 28, *8-10.

**2001**

Leikin, R. (2001). Dividable Triangles – What Are They?* Mathematics Teacher, **94*, 392-398.

Leikin, R., & Winicky-Landman, G. (2001). Defining as a vehicle
for professional development of secondary school mathematics teachers. *Mathematics Teacher Education and Development*, 3, 62-73.

Leikin, R., Chazan, D., & Yerushalmy, M. (2001). Understanding
teachers’ changing approaches to school algebra: Contributions of
concept maps as part of clinical interviews. In M. van den
Heuvel-Panhuizen (Ed.), *Proceedings of the 25 ^{th} International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol. 3,* 289-2296.

**2000**

Winicky-Landman, G. & Leikin, R. (2000). On equivalent and nonequivalent definitions I. *For the Learning of Mathematics. 20(1), *17-21.

Leikin, R. & Winicky-Landman, G. (2000). On equivalent and nonequivalent definitions II. *For the Learning of Mathematics. 20*(2), 24-29.

Leikin, R., Berman, A. & Zaslavsky, O. (2000a). Learning through Teaching: The case of symmetry. *Mathematics Education Research Journal*. *12*, 16-34.

Leikin, R., Berman, A. & Zaslavsky, O. (2000b). Applications of symmetry to problem solving. *International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology*. *31*, 799-809.

Leikin, R. (2000). A very isosceles triangle. *Empire of Mathematics. 2, *18-22, (In Russian).

**1994 – 1999**

Leikin, R. & Zaslavsky, O. (1994). Promoting Active Classroom
Activities through Cooperative Learning of Mathematics. In: J. P. da
Ponte and J. F. Matos (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 18th International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 3, 136 -143.

Leikin, R., Berman, A. & Zaslavsky, O. (1995). The role of
symmetry in mathematical problem solving: An interdisciplinary approach.
*Symmetry: Culture and Science. Special Issue: Symmetry Natural and Artificial. 6(2), *332-335.

Winicky - Landman, G. & Leikin, R. (1996). On definitions (equivalent and nonequivalent).* Aleh * - * The (Israeli) Senior School Mathematics Journal. 19, *69-74,

Leikin, R. & Zaslavsky, O. (1997). Facilitating students’ interactions in mathematics in a cooperative learning setting. *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 28,* 331-354.

Leikin, R., Berman, A. & Zaslavsky, O. (1997). Defining and
Understanding Symmetry. In: J. P. da Ponte and J. F. Matos (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 21st International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 3, 192-199.

Leikin, R., Berman, A. & Zaslavsky, O. (1998). Definition of Symmetry. *Symmetry: Culture and Science: Order and Disorder, 9 (2-4), 375-382. *

Stylianou D. A., Leikin, R. & Silver E.A (1999). Exploring
Students' Solution Strategies in Solving a Spatial Visualization Problem
Involving Nets. In O. Zaslavsky (Ed.),* Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. Vol. 4, 241-248.

Leikin, R. & Zaslavsky, O. (1999). Connecting research with practice: Cooperative learning in mathematics.* Mathematics Teacher. 92, *240-246.

Zaslavsky, O. & Leikin, R. (1999). Interweaving the Training of
Mathematics Teacher-Educators and the Professional Development of
Mathematics Teachers. In O. Zaslavsky (Ed.), *Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. Vol. 1, 143-158.