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Towards new documentation systems for mathematics teachers?
We study in this article mathematics teachers’ documentation work: looking for resources, selecting/designing mathematical tasks, planning their succession, managing available artifacts, etc. WeExpand
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Investigating the secondary–tertiary transition
The secondary–tertiary transition has been studied in a great amount of research in mathematics education, adopting different focuses and theoretical approaches. I present here how these focuses ledExpand
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Integrating Technology into Mathematics Education: Theoretical Perspectives
The central question at stake in this chapter is: What theoretical frames are used in technology-related research in the domain of mathematics education and what do these theoretical perspectivesExpand
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Re-sourcing teachers’ work and interactions: a collective perspective on resources, their use and transformation
This paper reviews the literature on the theme of mathematics teachers’ work and interactions with resources, taking a particular perspective, the so-called ‘collective perspective’ on resources,Expand
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Teachers’ Work with Resources: Documentational Geneses and Professional Geneses
In this chapter we consider teachers’ ‘documentation work’: selecting resources, combining them, using them and revising, amongst others. We present a theoretical approach for the study of this work,Expand
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Instrumental and documentational approaches: from technology use to documentation systems in university mathematics education
In this article we present an instrumental approach in mathematics education, which focuses on the interactions between students, teachers, and artefacts. This approach analyses mediations attachedExpand
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Collective work with resources: an essential dimension for teacher documentation
In this paper we study the collective dimensions of teachers’ work in their ordinary daily practice. We argue that teachers’ ordinary work comprises many collaborative aspects, and that theExpand
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On the Cognitive, Epistemic, and Ontological Roles of Artifacts
Galileo opens his Discourses and Mathematical Demonstrations Relating to Two New Sciences with a remark about the famous 16th century Venetian arsenal, which he praises for its impressive amount ofExpand
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Technology-driven developments and policy implications for mathematics education
The advent of technology has done more than merely increase the range of resources available for mathematics teaching and learning: it represents the emergence of a new culture--a virtual cultureExpand
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University Teachers’ Resources Systems and Documents
Lecturers can develop important agency in the design and use of teaching resources. Expand
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