Publication 3047

Thompson P. W. (1982) Were lions to speak, we wouldn’t understand. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 3(2): 147–165. Fulltext at
Discusses criteria for evaluating clinical research in mathematics education. It is suggested that any set of criteria must be consistent with the underlying epistemology from which that research is carried out. The implications of environmentalist vs constructionist world views of mathematics education for establishing criteria are examined, and a set of criteria applicable to constuctivist mathematical-education research is presented.

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