Key word "mathematics teaching"

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Abrahamson D., Nathan M. J., Williams-Pierce C., Walkington C., Ottmar E. R., Soto H. & Alibali M. W. (2020) The future of embodied design for mathematics teaching and learning. Frontiers in Education 5: 147. Fulltext at
Borg P., Hewitt D. & Jones I. (2016) Negotiating Between Learner and Mathematics: A Conceptual Framework to Analyze Teacher Sensitivity Toward Constructivism in a Mathematics Classroom. Constructivist Foundations 12(1): 59–69. Fulltext at
Díaz-Rojas D., Soto-Andrade J. & Videla-Reyes R. (2021) Enactive Metaphorizing in the Mathematical Experience. Constructivist Foundations 16(3): 265–274. Fulltext at
Ellerton N. F. & Clements M. A. (1992) Some pluses and minuses of radical constructivism in mathematics education. Mathematics Education Research Journal 4(2): 1–22. Fulltext at
Goldin G. A. (1990) Epistemology, constructivism, and discovery learning of mathematics. In: Davis R. B., Maher C. A. & Noddings N. (eds.) Constructivist views on the teaching and learning of mathematics. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston VA: 31–47. Fulltext at
Hardy M. (1997) Von Glasersfeld’s radical constructivism: A critical review. Science & Education 6(1-2): 135–150. Fulltext at
Lesh R., Doerr H. M., Carmona G. & Hjalmarson M. (2003) Beyond constructivism. Mathematical Thinking and Learning 5(2–3): 211–233.
Proulx J., Simmt E. & Towers J. (2009) The enactivist theory of cognition and mathematics education research: Issues of the past, current questions and future directions. In: Tzekaki M., Kaldrimidou M. & Sakonidis H. (eds.) Proceedings of the 33rd conference of the international group for the psychology of mathematics education. Volume 1. P. M. E., Thessaloniki: 249–278. Fulltext at
Riegler A. & Steffe L. P. (2014) “What Is the Teacher Trying to Teach Students if They Are All Busy Constructing Their Own Private Worlds?”: Introduction to the Special Issue. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 297–301. Fulltext at
Scott B. (2011) Thinking mathematically. In: B. Scott, (ed.) Explorations in Second Order Cybernetics: Reflections on Cybernetics, Psychology and Education. Vienna, echoraum. Fulltext at
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