Volume 3 Number 2 2008 124 Pages (2.63MB)

Table of Contents

Gert Schubring

Research Papers
The Origins and the Early History of ICMI
Gert Schubring

David Eugene Smith and the Founding of the International Commission on the Teaching of Mathematics
Eileen F. Donoghue

Mathematics Education in the ICMI Perspective
Fulvia Furinghetti

The “Jacob Method”: An Example of Application of Cognitive Theories in the Period of the Introduction of Calculus in Austrian Secondary Mathematics Instruction
Luciana Zuccheri and Verena Zudini

Case Study About How Bourbakism Became Implemented Via International Agencies in a Key Region of Brazil
Arlete de Jesus Brito

Societal Demands on the Profession of the Mathematics Teacher in Iceland in a Historical Context
Kristín Bjarnadóttir

The Development of Mathematics Education as a Scientific Discipline: Reflections from a German Perspective
Rolf Biehler and Andrea Peter-Koop

Mathematical Technologies as a Vehicle for Intuition and Experiment: A Foundational Theme of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction, and a Continuing Preoccupation
Kenneth Ruthven

ICMI, the History of Mathematics, and the Future of Mathematics Education
Michael N. Fried

Recurrent Issues Vying for Change: A review of Nathalie Sinclair’s The History of the Geometry Curriculum in the United States, rev. by PATRICIO HERBST

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