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The Sourcebook revisited

I have already written about The First Sourcebook on Nordic Research in Mathematics Education, which has now been published (by Information Age Publishing) and is available for purchase. My friend (and the general editor of the book) Professor Bharath Sriraman … Continue reading

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Honoring Paul Ernest

Information Age Publishing is about to publish a “Festschrift in honor of Paul Ernest’s 65th Birthday“. This is a volume in the monograph series of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, and it is edited by Bharath Sriraman and Simon Goodchild. Paul … Continue reading

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Theories of Mathematics Education

A new book, entitled Theories of Mathematics Education, is about to be published by Springer (due October 2009). One of the editors, Bharath Sriraman (also editor of The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast) has been kind enough to give me permission to … Continue reading

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International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching

Springer has published a new and interesting book: International Handbook of Research on Teachers and Teaching. This handbook has been edited by Lawrence J. Saha and A. Gary Dworkin, and it is a huge book of 1200 pages. Although the … Continue reading

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What’s math got to do with it?

Jo Boaler is a well known scholar within the field of mathematics education research, and she has written several books and articles related to the teaching and learning of mathematics. On June 30, a book called “What’s Math Got to … Continue reading

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Concept mapping in mathematics

Springer has published a new book about Concept Mapping in Mathematics. The book has been edited by Karoline Afamasaga-Fuata’i. A concept map is simply a kind of diagram that displays the relationships between concepts. The idea was originally developed by … Continue reading

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The Language of Mathematics

Bill Barton has written a book called The Language of Mathematics, which has been published by Springer recently. The connection between mathematics and language has been discussed a lot by others before, and this appears to be a nice contribution … Continue reading

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