By Guida de Abreu, Alan J. Bishop, Norma C. Presmeg
This ebook discusses arithmetic newbies in transition and their practices in numerous contexts; the institutional and socio-cultural framing of the transition tactics concerned; and the conversation and negotiation of mathematical meanings in the course of transition. supplying either empirical reports and important theoretical reflections, it is going to entice researchers and postgraduate scholars in arithmetic schooling, cultural psychology, multicultural schooling, immigrant and indigenous education.
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Finally in the Postlude, the main overarching issues to have emerged from the diverse chapters in the book are summarised and some pointers to future needs in research are discussed. In particular the notion of mediation in transition situations, which emerges in each of the three reflective chapters, is discussed. REFERENCES Abreu, G. de (1995). Understanding how children experience the relationship between home and school mathematics. Mind, Culture and Activity, 2(2), 119–142. Abreu, G. de (1998).
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