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The Resource Inclusive Mathematics Education : State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany, editors, David Kollosche [and 4 others]

Inclusive Mathematics Education : State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany, editors, David Kollosche [and 4 others]

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Inclusive Mathematics Education : State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany
Title
Inclusive Mathematics Education
Title remainder
State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany
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editors, David Kollosche [and 4 others]
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Editor
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eng
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N$T
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510.71081
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QA14.B6
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  • Kollosche, David
  • Marcone, Renato
  • Knigge, Michel
  • Penteado, Miriam Godoy
  • Skovsmose, Ole
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  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics
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Inclusive Mathematics Education : State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany, editors, David Kollosche [and 4 others]
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Contents
  • Intro; Preface; How This Book Emerged; The Content; Contents; Part I: Introduction; Inclusive Mathematics Education: An Introduction; References; Inclusive Mathematics Education in Brazil; The Inclusion Movement; Legislation on Inclusion; Research on Inclusion; Conclusions; References; Inclusive Education in German Schools; Political Regulations; Statistical Monitoring; Empirical Effectiveness Research; Innovative (School) Practices; Teacher Education; Research on Inclusive Mathematics Education; Conclusions; References; Part II: Problematising Inclusive Mathematics Education
  • School Inclusion: Considerations About the Education Process of Teachers Who Teach MathematicsIntroduction; Initial Considerations; The Education Process of the Teacher Who Teaches Mathematics and the Daily Challenges Regarding School Inclusion; Education Process and the Role of Special Education Teachers for the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics; Final Considerations; References; Who Can Learn Mathematics?; Introduction; What Mara Can and Cannot Do; First Quote; Second Quote; Third Quote; Fourth Quote; Fifth Quote; Deficiencialism; Some Analyses on the Case of Mara; Remarks; References
  • Microexclusion in Inclusive Mathematics EducationIntroduction; Microexclusions; Macroinclusions Might Lead to Microexclusions; Two Examples of Macroinclusions; Cases of Microexclusions; The Case of Carina; The Case of Mara; The Case of Carlos; The Case of David and Matheus; The Case of Lucas; The Case of Ricardo; Types of Microexclusions; Back to the Thesis; References; Inclusions, Meetings and Landscapes; Introduction; Inclusion into What?; What About Mathematics Education?; Normality?; Meetings Amongst Differences; Inclusive Mathematics Education; References
  • Part III: Arranging Inclusive Mathematics EducationLearning Environments in Inclusive Mathematics Classrooms: Design Principles, Learning Processes and Conditions of Success; Theoretical Background (2000); Current State of Research on Inclusive Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Germany; Dealing with Heterogeneity: Natural Differentiation and Substantial Learning Environments; Adaptation of the Concept of Learning Environments for Inclusive Mathematics Education; The Research Project 'Learning Environments in Inclusive Mathematics Education'; Aims and Objectives; Methodological Framework
  • Data Collection and SamplingLearning Environments and Underlying Design Principles; Data Analysis; Step 1: Analysis of Learning Processes; Step 2: Identification of Conditions for Success; Step 3: Identification of Relationships Between Design Principles and Subject-Specific Individual Learning; Selected Findings; Analysis of Learning Processes and Conditions of Success; Situation 1: Lea's and Anna's Learning Processes; Analysis of Lea's and Anna's Learning Processes; Situation 2: Paul's and Leo's Learning Processes; Analysis of Paul's and Leo's Learning Processes
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9783030115180
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Inclusive Mathematics Education : State-of-the-Art Research from Brazil and Germany, editors, David Kollosche [and 4 others]
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Preface; How This Book Emerged; The Content; Contents; Part I: Introduction; Inclusive Mathematics Education: An Introduction; References; Inclusive Mathematics Education in Brazil; The Inclusion Movement; Legislation on Inclusion; Research on Inclusion; Conclusions; References; Inclusive Education in German Schools; Political Regulations; Statistical Monitoring; Empirical Effectiveness Research; Innovative (School) Practices; Teacher Education; Research on Inclusive Mathematics Education; Conclusions; References; Part II: Problematising Inclusive Mathematics Education
  • School Inclusion: Considerations About the Education Process of Teachers Who Teach MathematicsIntroduction; Initial Considerations; The Education Process of the Teacher Who Teaches Mathematics and the Daily Challenges Regarding School Inclusion; Education Process and the Role of Special Education Teachers for the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics; Final Considerations; References; Who Can Learn Mathematics?; Introduction; What Mara Can and Cannot Do; First Quote; Second Quote; Third Quote; Fourth Quote; Fifth Quote; Deficiencialism; Some Analyses on the Case of Mara; Remarks; References
  • Microexclusion in Inclusive Mathematics EducationIntroduction; Microexclusions; Macroinclusions Might Lead to Microexclusions; Two Examples of Macroinclusions; Cases of Microexclusions; The Case of Carina; The Case of Mara; The Case of Carlos; The Case of David and Matheus; The Case of Lucas; The Case of Ricardo; Types of Microexclusions; Back to the Thesis; References; Inclusions, Meetings and Landscapes; Introduction; Inclusion into What?; What About Mathematics Education?; Normality?; Meetings Amongst Differences; Inclusive Mathematics Education; References
  • Part III: Arranging Inclusive Mathematics EducationLearning Environments in Inclusive Mathematics Classrooms: Design Principles, Learning Processes and Conditions of Success; Theoretical Background (2000); Current State of Research on Inclusive Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Germany; Dealing with Heterogeneity: Natural Differentiation and Substantial Learning Environments; Adaptation of the Concept of Learning Environments for Inclusive Mathematics Education; The Research Project 'Learning Environments in Inclusive Mathematics Education'; Aims and Objectives; Methodological Framework
  • Data Collection and SamplingLearning Environments and Underlying Design Principles; Data Analysis; Step 1: Analysis of Learning Processes; Step 2: Identification of Conditions for Success; Step 3: Identification of Relationships Between Design Principles and Subject-Specific Individual Learning; Selected Findings; Analysis of Learning Processes and Conditions of Success; Situation 1: Lea's and Anna's Learning Processes; Analysis of Lea's and Anna's Learning Processes; Situation 2: Paul's and Leo's Learning Processes; Analysis of Paul's and Leo's Learning Processes
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1 online resource.
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online
Isbn
9783030115180
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
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