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Complexity in teaching and childrenâ€™s mathematical thinking. (English)

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Mathematics culture clash: negotiating new classroom norms with prospective teachers. (English)

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Mathematics culture clash: negotiating new classroom norms with prospective teachers. (English)

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Fact families as socially constructed knowledge. (English)

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Learning not to think in a textbook-based mathematics class. (English)

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This Issue: Realizing Reform in School Mathematics. (English)

Theory Pract. 40, No. 2, 82-83 (2001).

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Learning the standard addition algorithm in a child-centered classroom. (English)

Berenson, Sarah et al., PME-NA-20: 20. annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Proceedings. Vol. 2. ,. 819-825.

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