Mathematics Education in the Twentieth Century
by Alan H. Schoenfeld - 2001
The first main section of the chapter, “The evolving content(s) of mathematics instruction,” discusses changes in the mathematics curriculum over the course of the century. The second main section, “On research: psychological, epistemological, and methodological issues,” describes the development of the discipline of research in mathematics education. A concluding discussion, “And next?,” discusses some of the evolutionary needs and pressures that may shape mathematics education in the early parts of the twenty-first century.
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