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Dialogical relations in a mathematics classroom

  title={Dialogical relations in a mathematics classroom},
  author={Steven Khan},
This case study investigated the polyphonic discourse in a beginning secondary school mathematics classroom in Trinidad. It relates how classroom and research interview ‘talk’ contributed to students’, their teacher’s and the researcher’s developing conceptions of mathematics, themselves and each other. The study is approached from dialogical and socio-constructivist orientations. Students and their teacher professed a diverse set of prior conceptions of mathematics which included viewing… 
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