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International Perspectives on Mathematics Curriculum Paperback

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Denisse R Thompson,
Mary Ann Huntley,
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Curriculum can be defined in a variety of ways. It might be viewed as a body of knowledge, a product, or a process. Curricula can differ as they are conceptualized from various theoretical perspectives to address the needs of teachers, students, and the context of schooling. One reason to study curriculum is “to reveal the expectations, processes and outcomes of students’ school learning experiences that are situated in different cultural and system contexts. … further studies of curriculum practices and changes are much needed to help ensure the success of educational reforms in the different cultural and system contexts” (Kulm & Li, 2009, p. 709)...

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Preface. What Might Be Learned From Examining Curricular Perspectives Across Countries? Christine Suurtamm, Mary Ann Huntley, and Denisse R. Thompson. Primary School Mathematics in the Netherlands: The Perspective of the Curriculum Documents, Marc van Zanten and Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen. Curriculum in France: A National Frame in Transition, Ghislaine Gueudet, Lætitia Bueno-Ravel, Simon Modeste, and Luc Trouche. Mathematics Curriculum: The Case of Finland, Kirsti Hemmi, Heidi Krzywacki, and Anna-Maija Partanen. Curriculum in Canada: A Fractal Interpretation Using the Case of Alberta, Elaine Simmt. Mathematics Curriculum in the United States: New Challenges and Opportunities, Janine Remillard and Luke Reinke. A South African Perspective on the Mathematics Curriculum: Towards A Transcending Metacognitive Ideology, Divan Jagals and Marthie van der Walt. Discussing the Mathematics Curriculum in Brazil, Celi Espasandin Lopes and Regina Célia Grando. The Korean Mathematics Curriculum: Characteristics and Challenges, Kyeong-Hwa Lee, JinHyeong Park, and Na-Young Ku. Transcending Boundaries: What Have We Learned? Mary Ann Huntley, Christine Suurtamm, and Denisse R. Thompson. About the Editors. About the Contributors.

 

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ISBN-13: 978-1-64113-043-1
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Publication date: 1/2018
Pages: 260
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Curriculum can be defined in a variety of ways. It might be viewed as a body of knowledge, a product, or a process. Curricula can differ as they are conceptualized from various theoretical perspectives to address the needs of teachers, students, and the context of schooling. One reason to study curriculum is “to reveal the expectations, processes and outcomes of students’ school learning experiences that are situated in different cultural and system contexts. … further studies of curriculum practices and changes are much needed to help ensure the success of educational reforms in the different cultural and system contexts” (Kulm & Li, 2009, p. 709)...

CONTENTS
Preface. What Might Be Learned From Examining Curricular Perspectives Across Countries? Christine Suurtamm, Mary Ann Huntley, and Denisse R. Thompson. Primary School Mathematics in the Netherlands: The Perspective of the Curriculum Documents, Marc van Zanten and Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen. Curriculum in France: A National Frame in Transition, Ghislaine Gueudet, Lætitia Bueno-Ravel, Simon Modeste, and Luc Trouche. Mathematics Curriculum: The Case of Finland, Kirsti Hemmi, Heidi Krzywacki, and Anna-Maija Partanen. Curriculum in Canada: A Fractal Interpretation Using the Case of Alberta, Elaine Simmt. Mathematics Curriculum in the United States: New Challenges and Opportunities, Janine Remillard and Luke Reinke. A South African Perspective on the Mathematics Curriculum: Towards A Transcending Metacognitive Ideology, Divan Jagals and Marthie van der Walt. Discussing the Mathematics Curriculum in Brazil, Celi Espasandin Lopes and Regina Célia Grando. The Korean Mathematics Curriculum: Characteristics and Challenges, Kyeong-Hwa Lee, JinHyeong Park, and Na-Young Ku. Transcending Boundaries: What Have We Learned? Mary Ann Huntley, Christine Suurtamm, and Denisse R. Thompson. About the Editors. About the Contributors.

 

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ISBN-13: 978-1-64113-043-1
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Publication date: 1/2018
Pages: 260

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