Cognitive neuroscience and mathematics learning

A new issue of ZDM – The International Journal on Mathematics Education has been published, and the focus of this theme issue is on cognitive neuroscience and mathematics learning. The issue contains a number of interesting articles:

Guest editors, Elsbeth Stern and Michael Schneider have also written an editorial (A digital road map analogy of the relationship between neuroscience and educational research), and Roland H. Grabner, Daniel Ansari, Bert De Smedt and Minna Hannula have written a Glossary of technical terms in cognitive neuroscience, which are also part of this theme issue. So, if you are interested in the link(s) between neuroscience and mathematics education, this theme issue should be an evident post on your reading list!

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