
06242704
j
2014a.00341
Dreyfus, Tommy
Gueudet, Ghislaine
Hodgson, Bernard
Hoyles, Celia
Krainer, Konrad
Niss, Mogens
Oikkonen, Juha
Planas, N\'uria
Potari, Despina
Sossinski, Alexei
Swoboda, Ewa
T\"orner, G\"unter
Verschaffel, Lieven
Zan, Rosetta
Sociomathematical norms: in search of the normative aspects of mathematical discussions.
Eur. Math. Soc. Newsl. 88, 5961 (2013).
2013
European Mathematical Society (EMS) Publishing House, Zurich
EN
D20
C60
C20
From the text: The notion of sociomathematical norms is important in mathematics education because it refers to what practices of participation and performance are regarded in a mathematics lesson as proper or correct, and even more importantly what practices are regarded as improper or incorrect and by whom. Attention to this notion over the last two decades has led research to acknowledge that, in all settings of teaching and learning mathematics, there are accepted and unaccepted ways of doing, reasoning, behaving, communicating\dots