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Nursing students’ experiences of learning numeracy for professional practice. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 11, No. 1, 43-58, electronic only (2016).
Classification: M20 M65 M68 D38 D35 C28 C25
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The rational number sub-constructs as a foundation for problem solving. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 11, No. 1, 21-42, electronic only (2016).
Classification: F48 F88 D58
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Reflections on our first calculus undergraduate teaching assistant. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 11, No. 1, 59-63, electronic only (2016).
Classification: D15 B50
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Adult learners and mathematics learning support. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 11, No. 1, 7-20, electronic only (2016).
Classification: C25 D35 D45
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Hidden determinants and factors for the success of further education measures within mathematics teachers’ training ‒ subjective experience from a German point of view. (Verborgene Bedingungs- und Gelingensfaktoren bei Fortbildungsmaßnahmen in der Lehrerbildung Mathematik ‒ subjektive Erfahrungen aus einer deutschen Perspektive.) (German. English summary)
J. Math.-Didakt. 36, No. 2, 195-232 (2015).
Classification: B50
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Adult students’ experiences of a flipped mathematics classroom. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 10, No. 1, 50-67 (2015).
Classification: D40 U50
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Making maths useful: how two teachers prepare adult learners to apply their numeracy skills in their lives outside the classroom. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 10, No. 1, 24-39 (2015).
Classification: D38 F98 M18 C78
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Connecting mathematics teaching with vocational learning. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 10, No. 1, 40-49 (2015).
Classification: D35 D37 B30 B60 C25
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What do we know about mathematics teaching and learning of multilingual adults and why does it matter? (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 10, No. 1, 8-23 (2015).
Classification: C58 C68 B60 E48
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Adult learners and mathematics learning support. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 10, No. 1, 68-83 (2015).
Classification: B60 C20 C90
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Using action research to develop a course in statistical inference for workplace-based adults. (English)
J. Stat. Educ. 22, No. 3, 29 p., electronic only (2014).
Classification: K78
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Accreditation not aggravation. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 79-83, electronic only (2014).
Classification: U78 C58 D68 D78 E48 E58
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Critical issues in adult numeracy practice ‒ contradictions and strategies. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 54-62, electronic only (2014).
Classification: D30 B50
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Numbers talk ‒ words count: language policy and adult numeracy education in Wales and New Zealand. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 63-78, electronic only (2014).
Classification: D17 D18 C57 C58 B30 B60
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Implications of social practice theory for the development of a numeracy programme for the Gusilay people group in Senegal. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 85-96, electronic only (2014).
Classification: C68 D18
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Beyond questionnaires ‒ exploring adult education teachers’ mathematical beliefs with pictures and interviews. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 35-53, electronic only (2014).
Classification: C29 B50 M18
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Provoking mathematical thinking: experiences of doing realistic mathematics tasks with adult numeracy teachers. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 97-115, electronic only (2014).
Classification: B50 C29 C39 D59 D49
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“I remember the whole board being full of different calculations and trying to make some sense of it." The influence of significant moments in adult numeracy teachers’ own learning experiences on their teaching practice. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 22-34, electronic only (2014).
Classification: B50 C29 M18 C49
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More\dots or less? Towards a critical pedagogy of adult numeracy. (English)
Adults Learn. Math. 9, No. 2, 7-21, electronic only (2014).
Classification: A48 C68 D28
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The pre-service mathematics teacher as an adult learner. (English)
Hyde, Rosalyn (ed.) et al., Mentoring mathematics teachers. Supporting and inspiring pre-service and newly qualified teachers. London: Routledge (ISBN 978-0-415-81990-9/pbk; 978-0-415-81989-3/hbk; 978-1-315-88627-5/ebook). 154-168 (2014).
Classification: D49 C39 B50
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