Fall 2019 - EDUC 941 G001
Mathematical Learning and Thinking: Historical, Philosophical, and Psychological Dimensions (5)
Class Number: 1162
Delivery Method: In Person
Focuses on motivations and rationales guiding seminal thinkers in the historical development of mathematical thinking, mathematical cognition and learning, with an eye toward foundational issues in contemporary educational research, theory and practice.
This course focuses on the developments in mathematical thinking and learning through history. Ties to contemporary issues in educational research, theory and practice will also be studied.
- The assignments in this course will be developed in consultation with the students on the first day of class.
Articles will be distributed in class.
Graduate Studies Notes:
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