By Alain Damlamian, José Francisco Rodrigues, Rudolf Sträßer
This publication is the “Study publication” of ICMI-Study no. 20, which was once run in cooperation with the foreign Congress on and utilized arithmetic (ICIAM). The editors have been the co-chairs of the examine (Damlamian, Straesser) and the organiser of the research convention (Rodrigues). The textual content features a complete file at the findings of the research convention, unique plenary shows of the research convention, stories at the operating teams and chosen papers from all over the place international. This content material was once chosen through the editors as in particular pertinent to the learn every one person bankruptcy represents an important contribution to present research.
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2010): broadening awareness of the role that mathematics plays in society with respect to high-technology industries; broadening the awareness of mathematics teachers and educators with regard to industrial practices and needs; helping to attract students to mathematics; and providing insights which may help educators improve the S. P. com T. A. Grandine The Boeing Company, Seattle, USA A. Damlamian et al. 1007/978-3-319-02270-3_3, Ó Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2013 27 28 S. P.
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