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The Teaching of basic sciences. Mathematics

Studies in Mathematics Education, Volume 1
Robert W. Morris (editor)

UNESCO | 1980 | 129 páginas


Descrição: Reports on seven specific programs for improving mathematics education in the schools of Hungary, Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom, and the United Republic of Tanzania are presented. The report from the United Kingdom deals with the Continuing Mathematics Project that focuses on innumeracy in the 16 to 19 age group and new materials designed to deal with this problem. The remaining six articles describe developments in secondary mathematics as a part of the general secondary program. Biographical notes about the contributing authors are appended.

The Teaching of basic sciences. Mathematics
Studies in Mathematics Education, Volume 2

Robert W. Morris (editor)

UNESCO | 1981 | 179 páginas

Descrição: This volume was geared to answering the question, does the teaching of mathematics correspond to the needs of the majority of pupils and the society. There are three types of chapters: (1) descriptions of goals reflecting some need of society; (2) case studies of national goal setting; and (3) a summary of the May 1980 meeting of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), which undertook a review of the goals of mathematics teaching. Individual chapters are: (1) Goals as a Reflection of the Needs of Society; (2) Goals as a Reflection of the Needs of the Learner; (3) Goals of Mathematics for Rural Development; (4) School Mathematics-Links with Commerce and Industry; (5) Goals of Mathematics as a Reflection of the Requirements of Production; (6) Educational Objectives for Mathematics Compatible with its Development as a Discipline; (7) New Goals for Old: An Analysis of Reactions to Recent Reforms in Several Countries; (8) The NCTM PRISM Project: An Attempt to Make Curriculum Change More Rational and Systematic; (9) The Evolution of Mathematics Curricula in the Arab States; (10) Goals of the Mathematics Curriculum in British Columbia: Intended, Implemented, and Realized; and (11) Report of a Meeting on the Goals of Mathematics Education

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