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Forgasz, Helen

Towards Equity in Mathematics Education

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ferdinand Rivera, Helen Forgasz

2. Preface to “Moving Towards a Feminist Epistemology of Mathematics”
Diana B. Erchick

3. Moving Towards a Feminist Epistemology of Mathematics
Leone Burton

4. Preface to “Equity in Mathematics Education: Unions and Intersections of Feminist and Social Justice Literature”
Laura Jacobsen

5. Equity in Mathematics Education: Unions and Intersections of Feminist and Social Justice Literature
Laura Jacobsen Spielman

6. Preface to “Adolescent Girls’ Construction of Moral Discourses and Appropriation of Primary Identity in a Mathematics Classroom”
Jae Hoon Lim

7. Adolescent Girls’ Construction of Moral Discourses and Appropriation of Primary Identity in a Mathematics Classroom
Jae Hoon Lim

8. Shall We Do Politics or Learn Some Maths Today? Representing and Interrogating Social Inequality
Paul Dowling, Jeremy Burke

9. Commentary on the Chapter by Paul Dowling and Jeremy Burke, “Shall We Do Politics or Learn Some Maths Today? Representing and Interrogating Social Inequality”
Bill Atweh

10. Commentary on the Chapter by Dowling and Burke, “Shall We Do Politics or Learn Some Maths Today? Representing and Interrogating Social Inequality”
Joanne Rossi Becker

11. Gender Role Stereotypes in the Perception of Mathematics: An Empirical Study with Secondary Students in Germany
Gabriele Kaiser, Maren Hoffstall, Anna B. Orschulik

12. Commentary on the Chapter by Gabriele Kaiser, Maren Hoffstall and Anna B. Orschulik, “Gender Role Stereotypes in the Perception of Mathematics—Results of an Empirical Study with Secondary Students in Germany”
Sarah Theule Lubienski

13. Commentary on the Chapter by Gabriele Kaiser, Maren Hoffstall, and Anna B. Orschulik, “Gender Role Stereotypes in the Perception of Mathematics: Results of an Empirical Study with Secondary Students in Germany”
Colleen Vale

14. Students’ Attitudes, Engagement and Confidence in Mathematics and Statistics Learning: ICT, Gender, and Equity Dimensions
Anastasios N. Barkatsas

15. Commentary on the Chapter by Anastasios Barkatsas, “Students’ Attitudes, Engagement and Confidence in Mathematics and Statistics Learning: ICT, Gender, and Equity Dimensions”
Kenneth Ruthven

16. Commentary on the Chapter by Anastasios Barkatsas, “Students’ Attitudes, Engagement and Confidence in Mathematics and Statistics Learning: ICT, Gender, and Equity Dimensions”
Hazel Tan

17. Preface to “Israeli Jewish and Arab Students’ Gendering of Mathematics”
David Mittelberg, Helen Forgasz

18. Israeli Jewish and Arab Students’ Gendering of Mathematics
Helen J. Forgasz, David Mittelberg

19. Preface to “Ethnomathematics and Philosophy”
Bill Barton

20. Ethnomathematics and Philosophy
Bill Barton

21. Preface to “Cultural Differences, Oral Mathematics and Calculators in a Teacher Training Course of the Brazilian Landless Movement”
Gelsa Knijnik, Fernanda Wanderer

22. Cultural Differences, Oral Mathematics, and Calculators in a Teacher Training Course of the Brazilian Landless Movement
Gelsa Knijnik, Fernanda Wanderer, Claudio José Oliveira

23. Preface to “Immigrant Parents’ Perspectives on Their Children’s Mathematics Education”
Marta Civil, Núria Planas, Beatriz Quintos

24. Immigrant Parents’ Perspectives on Their Children’s Mathematics Education
Marta Civil, Núria Planas, Beatriz Quintos

25. Mathematics Education for Adults: Can It Reduce Inequality in Society?
Wolfgang Schlöglmann

26. Commentary on the Chapter by Wolfgang Schlöglmann, “Mathematics Education for Adults: Can It Reduce Inequality in Society?”
Tine Wedege

27. Commentary on the Chapter by Wolfgang Schlöglmann, “Mathematics Education for Adults: Can It Reduce Inequality in Society?”
Jaguthsing Dindyal

28. Heteroglossia in Multilingual Mathematics Classrooms
Richard Barwell

29. Commentary on the Chapter by Richard Barwell, “Heteroglossia in Multilingual Mathematics Classrooms”
Núria Planas

30. Commentary on the Chapter by Richard Barwell, “Heteroglossia in Multilingual Mathematics Classrooms”
Luis Radford

31. Preface to “Doubtful Rationality”
Ole Skovsmose

32. Doubtful Rationality
Ole Skovsmose

33. Preface to “A Socio-Political Look at Equity in the School Organization of Mathematics Education”
Paola Valero

34. A Socio-Political Look at Equity in the School Organization of Mathematics Education
Paola Valero

35. Looking for Gold: Catering for Mathematically Gifted Students Within and Beyond ZDM
Gilah C. Leder

36. Commentary on the Chapter by Gilah Leder, “Looking for Gold: Catering for Mathematically Gifted Students Within and Beyond ZDM”
Boris Koichu

37. Commentary on the Chapter by Gilah Leder, “Looking for Gold: Catering for Mathematically Gifted Students Within and Beyond ZDM”
Rosemary Callingham

38. From the Known to the Unknown: Pattern, Mathematics and Learning in Papua New Guinea
Graeme Were

39. Commentary on the Chapter by Graeme Were, “From the Known to the Unknown: Pattern, Mathematics and Learning in Papua New Guinea”
Alan J. Bishop

40. Commentary on the Chapter by Graeme Were, “From the Known to the Unknown: Pattern, Mathematics and Learning in Papua New Guinea”
Steven K. Khan

41. Gender Differences in Mathematics and Science Achievement Across the Distribution: What International Variation Can Tell Us About the Role of Biology and Society
Andrew M. Penner, Todd CadwalladerOlsker

42. Commentary on the Chapter by Penner and CadwalladerOlsker, “Gender Differences in Mathematics and Science Achievement Across the Distribution: What International Variation Can Tell Us About the Role of Biology and Society”
James S. Dietz

43. Commentary on the Chapter by Penner and CadwalladerOlsker, “Gender Differences in Mathematics and Science Achievement Across the Distribution: What International Variation Can Tell Us About the Role of Biology and Society”
Robert (Bob) Klein

44. Research-Based Mathematics Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities
Marjorie Montague, Asha K. Jitendra

45. Commentary on the Chapter by Marjorie Montague and Asha Jitendra, “Research-Based Mathematics Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities”
Ann Dowker

46. Commentary on the Chapter by Marjorie Montague and Asha Jitendra, “Research-Based Mathematics Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities”
Delinda Garderen

47. Neural Correlates of Gender, Culture, and Race and Implications to Embodied Thinking in Mathematics
Ferdinand Rivera

48. Commentary on the Chapter by Ferdinand Rivera, “Neural Correlates of Gender, Culture, and Race and Implications to Embodied Thinking in Mathematics”
Bert Smedt, Lieven Verschaffel

49. Commentary on the Chapter by Ferdinand Rivera, “Neural Correlates of Gender, Culture, and Race and Implications to Embodied Thinking in Mathematics”
Stephen R. Campbell

Keywords: Education, Education (general), Gender Studies, Mathematics Education, Cultural Studies

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
2012
Series
Advances in Mathematics Education
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642277023

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