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Nordic contributions to MKT

In the most recent issue of Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education, I published a review article on mathematical knowledge for teaching with a particular focus on Nordic contributions to this field of research. This article draws upon a literature review … Continue reading

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New book on Asian research in mathematics education

A couple of years ago, in 2010, Professor Bharath Sriraman edited “The First Sourcebook on Nordic Research in Mathematics Education” along with five researchers from the Nordic countries. This became a monumental book, and I was happy to contribute with … Continue reading

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New special issue of The Mathematics Enthusiast

The Mathematics Enthusiast is an eclectic peer-reviewed journal on mathematics (education). The journal has an open access policy, and all articles are available online for free! Recently, a new issue of the journal was published, and this is a special issue … Continue reading

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Why mathematicians read proofs

Juan Pablo Mejia-Ramos and Keith Weber have written a very interesting article that was published in the last issue of Educational Studies in Mathematics (Volume 85, Issue 2, February 2014). The article is entitled: “Why and how mathematicians read proofs: … Continue reading

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Visions of a new editor-in-chief

I would like to take the opportunity to wish all my readers a happy new year! 2013 is gone now, and a new year with plenty of opportunities lie ahead. For this blog, 2013 was a slow year with little … Continue reading

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Thematic issue on Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching

Nordic Studies in Mathematics Education has published a call for papers concerning an upcoming thematic issue on Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching (MKT). I will be one of the guest editors for this issue – along with my colleague, Janne Fauskanger … Continue reading

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New book on probabilistic thinking!

Egan Chernoff and Bharath Sriraman have edited a book called “Probabilistic Thinking: Presenting Plural Perspectives”. The book is about to be published in Springer’s series on “Advances in mathematical thinking“; Bharath is editor of this series together with Gabriele Kaiser. … Continue reading

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