By Elena Nardi (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0387371419

ISBN-13: 9780387371412

ISBN-10: 0387371435

ISBN-13: 9780387371436

Amongst Mathematicians deals a distinct standpoint at the ways that mathematicians understand their scholars' studying, train and contemplate their educating perform; additionally on how they understand the customarily fragile courting among the groups of arithmetic and arithmetic education.

Elena Nardi employs fictional, but totally data-grounded, characters to create a talk on those very important matters. whereas personas are created, the proof integrated into their tales are in line with huge our bodies of information together with excessive concentrated workforce interviews with mathematicians and huge analyses of scholars' written paintings. This publication demonstrates the pedagogical power that lies in collaborative undergraduate arithmetic schooling study that engages mathematicians, researchers and scholars. Nardi additionally addresses the necessity for motion in undergraduate arithmetic schooling and gives a discourse for reform via demonstrating the feasibility and capability of collaboration among mathematicians and arithmetic schooling researchers.

Amongst Mathematicians is of curiosity to either the maths and arithmetic schooling groups together with college lecturers, instructor educators, undergraduate and graduate scholars, and researchers.

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The scribbling looks like the title of something; it maybe a part of a sentence from something I read at the time. I have failed to locate the origin – so, with apologies, could the owner, if any, please stand up?! – but it seems to encapsulate my thinking and soul-searching at the time with regard to the direction this work was going to take. So I feel it is worth mentioning here. 16 Except Datasets 3 and 4 for which there were five Examples. CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY • • 25 a mini literature review and bibliography on the theme of the Dataset concluding page with thanks to the participants (and, in the case of UEA interviews, arrangements for the next interview) In the five ‘mathematical’ Datasets there were twenty two Examples and in the one ‘meta-mathematical’ Dataset there were three.

Y for Episodes, Special Episodes and Out-Takes from Chapter x and y standing for the number of Episode, Special Episode or Out-Take within the chapter. CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY 35 associating the very context-specific discussion in the dialogue with its more general addressing in the literature32). The experience of and feedback from the sessions would, I hoped, indicate ways in which these issues could be resolved. And largely it did. Most of the decisions regarding the state of the text as it currently stands were finalised in the aftermath of these sessions33 and in the work that took place in August 200534.

34 This work took place in two locations: on the Greek island of Alonissos in the company of my sister Danai Nardi and in the beach house of my friend Margarita (also mentioned in Part 2(i) of this chapter) in Chalkidiki, Greece. I warmly thank them both for their support. 36 CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY By the end of August 2005 the structure of Chapters 3 – 8 had stabilised to one that is quite close to the current. The next level of refinement35 took place in the eight weeks leading to the submission of the manuscript on March 31st, 2006.

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