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Reid D. A. (1996) Enactivism as a methodology. In: Puig L. & Gutiérrez A. (eds.) Proceedings of the Twentieth Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME-20), Volume 4. PME, Valencia: 203–210. Fulltext at
As research is learning, theories for learning and research methodologies in mathematics education overlap. For the Enactivist Research Group, enactivism is both the theoretical framework and the methodology for our research. Key ideas such as autopoesis, structure determinism, structural coupling, and coemergence are used to make sense of the learning of all participants in research, researchers included. This paper describes these key ideas and enactivist research methodology in mathematics education.

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