By Elena Nardi (auth.)
Amongst Mathematicians bargains a special standpoint at the ways that mathematicians understand their scholars' studying, train and ponder their educating perform; additionally on how they understand the customarily fragile courting among the groups of arithmetic and arithmetic education.
Elena Nardi employs fictional, but solely data-grounded, characters to create a talk on those vital concerns. whereas personas are created, the proof integrated into their tales are in accordance with huge our bodies of knowledge together with extreme centred team interviews with mathematicians and huge analyses of scholars' written paintings. This e-book demonstrates the pedagogical capability that lies in collaborative undergraduate arithmetic schooling learn that engages mathematicians, researchers and scholars. Nardi additionally addresses the necessity for motion in undergraduate arithmetic schooling and gives a discourse for reform via demonstrating the feasibility and power of collaboration among mathematicians and arithmetic schooling researchers.
Amongst Mathematicians is of curiosity to either the maths and arithmetic schooling groups together with collage academics, instructor educators, undergraduate and graduate scholars, and researchers.
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Add what that ‘other paper’ actually says that’s relevant to the discussion here’. Diary entry August 18th, 2005 (reminder repeated in the February 8th, 2006 entry) And on M’s ‘character’: ‘…reading all the Delphi excerpts – perhaps experiencing these excerpts en masse similarly to how the students and faculty in Delphi did – I see now that M is a particularly ‘nice’ pedagogue. Part of the metaphor I think is that this kind of richness, while not plausibly attainable by each one of us, is however communally obtainable: it’s the kind of richness we can achieve as a field if we learn from each other, practitioners and researchers alike’.
My feelings are recorded as needing to ‘check whether this way works’, as ‘an even stronger urge to start seeing the final episode breakdown of the chapters’ etc.. To this aim I keep ‘rearranging the episodes until some flow/coherence started to emerge’. By July 5th I appear to have achieved some clarification on what is now called Special Episodes, namely different from the main Episodes but supplementing them in some way: ‘…and today I […] put these chapters in order. The main text, Special Episodes (they look special but in fact extend the discussion in the main text) and the Out-takes (special as well but somewhat outside the main flow – still interesting enough to keep).
The descending argument, by the way, is an approach I am perfectly happy with. Historically the habit of choosing a minimum counterexample, m and n having no common factors and reaching contradiction because of that, is a modern habit. I, namely in Example 1 of Dataset used in the fifth Cycle of Data Collection (Students’ Enactment of Proving Techniques). The original piece of transcript used to produce this brief monologue is the following19: M1: R1: M2: M3: M4: M1: M3: M2: R2: M4: R2: M3: …[I am quite pleased with what is written here] apart from one or two things that need rescuing like the initial declaration.
Amongst Mathematicians by Elena Nardi (auth.)