“I would rather die": reasons given by 16-year-olds for not continuing their study of mathematics. (English)

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I would rather die: attitudes of 16-year-olds towards their future participation in mathematics. (English)

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The context for change: a model for discussion. (English)

Millett, Alison et al., Primary mathematics and the developing professional. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (ISBN 1-4020-1914-9). 1-17 (2004).

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Creativity and logic in primary-school mathematics: a view from the classroom. (English)

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Primary school mathematics: An inside view. (English)

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All change, no change: shifting discourses in the official rhetoric of primary school mathematics. (English)

Matos, João Filipe et al., Mathematics education and society, MES 2. Proceedings of the international conference, Montechoro, Portugal, March 26‒31, 2000. (ISBN 972-9348-05-7). 180-191 (2000).

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The co-construction of mathematical knowledge: the effect of an intervention programme on primary pupils’ attainment. (English)

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Developing mental maths with 9-11 year olds. (English)

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Shame: An Emotional Response to Doing Mathematics as an Adult and a Teacher. (English)

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