Developments in mathematical education

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StatementEdited by A. G. Howson.
ContributionsHowson, A. G. 1931-
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Paginationix, 318 p. ;
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This book surveys the work of the Second International Congress on Mathematical Education, and presents it as a picture of developing trends in mathematical education.

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At the end of August around people from seventy-three countries gathered for the Second International Congress on Mathematical Education in Exeter, : Paperback. Book description. This book surveys the work of the Second International Congress on Mathematical Education, and presents it as a picture of developing trends in mathematical the end of August around people from seventy-three countries gathered for the Second International Congress on Mathematical Education in Exeter, UK.

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