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The question is what happens when an attempt is made to deliberately realise such a link in a mathematics classroom.


It was the investigation of this question, together with a student teacher, who undertook project work in a primary mathematics classroom that gave rise to the theme of democracy and authority.


Communication between students and teacher in the mathematics classroom is a form of social interaction which focuses on a specific topic:mathematical knowledge.


The second and main part of the paper analyses the ways in which textbooks vary and are used by teachers in classroom contexts and how this influences the culture of the mathematics classroom.


Reasoning and proof play an important role in the mathematics classroom.


This paper attempts to explore certain characteristics of the mathematics classroom by investigating how teachers from three different cultures, namely, the Czech Republic, Hong Kong and Shanghai, handle Pythagoras' theorem at eighth grade.


Visualization and art in the mathematics classroom


The relevance of this approach to research in mathematics education is demonstrated, drawing on extracts from transcripts of mathematics classroom talk.


Introducing CAS calculators into the mathematics classroom has the potential to confront classroom practice more than the introduction of graphics calculators.


In contrast, the mathematics classroom in western countries aims at a meaningful and individualised learning.


Cultural distance and identitiesinconstruction within the multicultural mathematics classroom


The use of technology becomes an important didactical resource for communication in the mathematics classroom.


In the second part, the outcomes will be reconsidered to describe a theoretical perspective, common to other teaching experiments, for the realization of processes of semiotic mediation in the mathematics classroom.


Problem solving in the mathematics classroom: the German perspective


In the German mathematics classroom, problem solving, which is according to Halmos (in Am Math Mon 87:519524, 1980) the "heart of mathematics," did not attract the interest it deserved as a genuine mathematical topic.


In these standards, problem solving is specifically addressed as a processoriented standard that should be part of the mathematics classroom through all grades.


Investigations and explorations in the mathematics classroom


Hidden dimensions in the socalled reality of a mathematics classroom


Using theories and categories from different disciplines  e.g., ethnomethodology, linguistics, crosscultural studiesa documented mathematics classroom episode is reanalyzed.


On possible uses of traditional angolan sand drawings in the mathematics classroom

