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The Foundations of Mathematics

reviewed by Jenni L. Harding-Dekam - June 04, 2015

coverTitle: The Foundations of Mathematics
Author(s): Ian Stewart & David Tall
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Oxford
ISBN: 019870643X, Pages: 432, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 04, 2015
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17982, Date Accessed: 6/19/2021 1:34:28 AM

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  • Jenni Harding-Dekam
    University of Northern Colorado
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    JENNI L. HARDING-DEKAM is an Associate Professor of Educational Mathematics in the School of Teacher Education at University of Northern Colorado. She is a former elementary school teacher and instructional technology specialist. She currently coordinates the Master’s of Arts in Teaching: Elementary Education Licensure Program working with multiple Partner Schools across Colorado. Dr. Harding-DeKam is passionate in several areas of education including mathematics instruction, quality instruction for children, improving teacher education, diversity in classrooms including ethnomathematics, culturally responsive classrooms, STEM learning for English Learners, and doctoral advising. Recent publications include Creating Number Sense by Incorporating Math Structure, The Power of Multicultural Mathematics Picturebooks, and Defining Culturally Responsive Teaching: The Case of Mathematics.

    Harding-DeKam, J. L. (2015). Creating number sense by incorporating math structure. The Colorado Mathematics Teacher, Winter, 15-16, 15–16.

    Loyd, S., Harding-DeKam, J. L., & Hamilton, B. (2015). The power of multicultural mathematics picturebooks. Colorado Reading Journal, 25, 5–10.

    Harding-DeKam, J. L. (2014). Defining culturally responsive teaching: The case of mathematics. Cogent Education Journal 1(1), DOI 10.1080/2331186X.2014.972676.

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