CONTENTS OF THE ISSUE
|Paul Ernest||Introducing "Speaking with a Boneless Tongue"||PDF/Word|
|David W. Jardine||Speaking with a Boneless Tongue||PDF/Word|
|Tim Rowland||Pragmatic Perspectives on Mathematics Discourse||PDF/Word|
|Elizabeth Lovell||Mathematical Discussion in the Classroom||PDF/Word|
|Mônica Mesquita||Space Notion and Children in the Street Situation||PDF/Word|
|Margaret Walshaw||Epistemic Terrains and Epistemic Responsibility||PDF/Word|
|Susanne Prediger||Consensus and Coherence in Mathematics||PDF/Word|
|Lee Joong Kwoen||Philosophical Perspectives On Proof In Mathematics Education||PDF/Word|
|Richard D G Hall||An Analysis of Views of the Nature of Mathematics by Gender||PDF/Word|
|Wilson Pereira||De Jesus Mathematics Education and Social Philosophies of Mathematics (Abstract)||PDF/Word|
Aim of PoME journal
The aim is to foster awareness of philosophical aspects of mathematics education and mathematics, understood broadly to include most kinds of theoretical reflection and research in mathematics education; to freely disseminate new thinking and to encourage informal communication, dialogue and international co-operation between teachers, scholars and others engaged in such research and reflections.
The editorial hand is used very lightly. This is an international unrefereed journal which aims to stimulate the sharing of ideas for no reason other than an interest in the ideas and love of discussion among its contributors and readers. Please send any items for inclusion to the editor as a virus-checked E-mail attachment or on disc. MS Word for Windows compatible formats preferred. Most items are welcome including papers, short contributions, letters, discussions, provocations, reactions, or reviews. Please use diagrams, figures and other inserted items sparingly.
Graduate students are warmly invited to submit coursework assignments and theses for inclusion in this journal, to make available otherwise inaccessible resources for the benefit of the research community in mathematics education and/or the philosophy of mathematics.
All materials published herein remain copyright of the named author(s), or of the editor if unattributed. Permission is given to freely copy this journal's contents on a not-for-profit basis, provided full credit is given to the author(s) and the journal.
The journal is made possible by the generous support of University of Exeter and special thanks go to Mrs. Pam Rosenthall for her technical help.
Professor Paul Ernest, University of Exeter, School of Education and Lifelong Learning, Exeter EX1 2LU, U.K. Tel.: (+)44-1392-264857, Fax: (+)44-1392-264736, P.Ernest@ex.ac.uk, Web: http://www.ex.ac.uk/~PErnest/
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