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{\b\fs28 Author B. Davis}\line Retrieved from https://cepa.info on 30 May 2020
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Davis, B., 1995. Why teach mathematics? Mathematics education and enactivist theory. {\i For the Learning of Mathematics}, 15(2), pp. 2-9. Available at https://cepa.info/4323
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Davis, B. & Sumara, D., 2002. Constructivist discourses and the field of education: Problems and possibilities. {\i Educational Theory}, 52(4), pp. 409-428. Available at https://cepa.info/5786
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Davis, B. & Sumara, D., 2003. Why aren\u146\'92t they getting this? Working through the repressive myths of constructivist pedagogy. {\i Teaching Education}, 14, pp. 123-140. Available at https://cepa.info/6096
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Davis, B., Sumara, D. & Luce-Kapler, R., 2008. {\i Engaging minds: Changing teaching in complex times. Second edition}. New York: Routledge.
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Khan, S., Francis, K. & Davis, B., 2015. Accumulation of experience in a vast number of cases: Enactivism as a fit framework for the study of spatial reasoning in mathematics education. {\i ZDM Mathematics Education}, 47(2), pp. 269-279.
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