International perspectives on social justice in mathematics education /

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Other Authors: Sriraman, Bharath.
Format: Book Electronic
Published:Charlotte, NC : IAP, ©2008.
Series:Montana mathematics enthusiast ; monograph 1.
Online Access:EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection. Access for Greenville College users.
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Table of Contents:
  • ""Cover ""; ""Copyright ""; ""Contents ""; ""Foreword""; ""CHChapter 1 On the Origins of Social Justice: Darwin, Freire, Marx and Vivekananda""; ""CHChapter 2 Home, School, and Community Partnerships in Numeracy Education: An Australian Perspective""; ""CHChapter 3 Peace, Social Justice and Ethnomathematics""; ""CHChapter 4 Mathematical Marginalisation and Meritocracy: Inequity in an English Classroom""; ""CHChapter 5 Some Tensions in Mathematics Education for Democracy""; ""CHChapter 6 Undertaking an Archaeological Dig in Search of Pedagogical Relay"" ""CHChapter 7 The Mathematics Club for Excellent Students as Common Ground for Bedouin and Other Israeli Youth""""CHChapter 8 Some Thoughts on Passive Resistance to Learning""; ""CHChapter 9 Issues of Status and Values in the Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers""; ""CHChapter 10 Connecting Community, Critical, and Classical Knowledge in Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice""; ""CHChapter 11 How Many Deaths? Education for Statistical Empathy""; ""CHChapter 12 Fundamental Reasons for Mathematics Education in Iceland"" ""CHChapter 13 “Before You Divide, You Have to Addâ€?: Inter-Viewing Indian Studentsâ€? Foregrounds""""CHChapter 14 Iceland and Rural/Urban Girls-PISA 2003 Examined from an Emancipatory Viewpoint""; ""About the Contributors""