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Using examples from related case studies, the possible consequences of a social constructivist perspective for the teaching and learning of mathematics are discussed.
Teaching and learning of mathematics in classrooms is interpreted as a situation of human interaction in an institutionalized setting. Using theories and categories from different disciplines - e.g.,… (More)
Contents: Preface. P. Cobb, H. Bauersfeld, Introduction: The Coordination of Psychological and Sociological Perspectives in Mathematics Education. P. Cobb, E. Yackel, T. Wood, The Teaching Experiment… (More)
It is not at all true that concepts, even when constructed according to the rules of science, get their authority uniquely from their objective value. It is not enough that they be tme to get… (More)