CONTENTS OF THE ISSUE
|Stephen Campbell||Three Philosophical Perspectives on Logic and Psychology:||PDF Version|
|Robert Kalechofsky||Knowing and Erring: the Consolations of Error.||PDF Version|
|Laurell Wiersma and Gideon L. Weinstein||Mathematical Sophistication and Educational Philosophies among Novice Mathematics Teachers.||PDF Version|
|Margaret Walshaw||The Question of Knowing Others: Doing Research in Mathematics Education.|
|Vicenš Font||Representation in Mathematics Education. ( Abstract only, full article is downloadable as pdf or word file)|
|Judith C. Rowe||An Experiment in the use of Games in the Teaching of Mental Arithmetic.||PDF Version|
|Richard Bain||Does the National Numeracy Strategy address gender issues?||PDF Version|
|Michael Tansey||Curriculum and the Human Race.||PDF version|
|Stuart Rowlands and Robert Carson||Contradictions in Constructivist Discourse.||PDF version|
|Michael Wood||Crunchy Methods in Practical Mathematics.||PDF version|
|Michael Pichat||Mathematical Conceptualisation as Pragmatically Over-Determined.||PDF version|
Controversy: Helping Values Issues Arise 'Naturally'?
Christopher Ormell Education in Crisis, Maths Education is at the epicentre of the problem
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There is no unique theme to this issue. However both values and epistemologies figure in more than one paper. Several of the studies included here have been carried out by serving teachers in the UK.
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