Interdisciplinary Mathematics Education

The State of the Art and Beyond

by Brian Doig, Julian Williams, David Swanson, Rita Borromeo Ferri, Pat Drake

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Book Description

This book is the first major publication on the topic of "Interdisciplinary Mathematics Education" and arose from the work of the first International Topic Study Group of the same name at the ICME-13 conference in Hamburg in 2016. It offers extensive theoretical insights, empirical research, and practitioner accounts of interdisciplinary mathematics work in STEM and beyond (e.g. in music and the arts). Scholars and practitioners from four continents contributed to this comprehensive book, and present studies on: the conceptualizations of interdisciplinarity; implementation cases at schools and tertiary institutions; teacher education; and implications for policy and practice. Each chapter, and the book itself, closes with an assessment of the most significant aspects that those involved in policy and practice, as well as future researchers, should take into account.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY). You can download Interdisciplinary Mathematics Education ebook for free in PDF format (6.1 MB).

Book Details

Subject
Mathematics
Publisher
Springer
Published
2019
Pages
294
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9783030110659
ISBN10
3030110656
ISBN13 Digital
9783030110666
ISBN10 Digital
3030110664
PDF Size
6.1 MB
License
CC BY

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