Educational Studies in Mathematics has released the July Issue (Volume 68, Number 3). It contains 5 articles:
- What makes a counterexample exemplary? by Rina Zazkis and Egan J. Chernoff
- The roles of punctuation marks while learning about written numbers by Barbara M. Brizuela and Gabrielle A. Cayton
- Lacan, subjectivity and the task of mathematics education research by Tony Brown
- Learning opportunities from group discussions: warrants become the objects of debate by Keith Weber et al.
- An international comparison using a diagnostic testing model: Turkish students’ profile of mathematical skills on TIMSS-R by Enis Dogan and Kikumi Tatsuoka