The emerging of teachers' conceptions of new subjects

Bottino, Rosa Maria; Furinghetti, Fulvia
March 1996
Educational Studies in Mathematics;Mar1996, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p109
Academic Journal
Looks at the different choices taken by mathematics teachers when faced with a curriculum reform introduced by informatics in secondary school courses. Hypothesis used; What a case study research showed.


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