Fundamental Constructs in Mathematics Education

Posted by Thomas Sutton on May 26, 2006

Fundamental Constructs in Mathematics Education John Mason and Sue Johnston-Wilder (editors).

After an introduction to the beingness of the thinghood of constructs (named, described phenomena as far as I can tell), this book launches straight into extracts describing some of the most important and influential experiments in mathematics education. I’ve read the first chapter which describes a number of experiments that have been used to investigate the way children learn mathematical concepts. So far it has been a good deal more readable than I was expecting.

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