This ground-breaking book investigates how the learning and teaching of mathematics can be improved through integrating the history of mathematics into all aspects of mathematics education: lessons, homework, texts, lectures, projects, assessment, and curricula. It draws upon evidence from the experience of teachers as well as national curricula, textbooks, teacher education practices, and research perspectives across the world. It includes a 300-item annotated bibliography of recent work in the field in eight languages.successes, and understanding some of the failures, of well-known mathematicians would offer students an insight concerning the ... and avoid using it at all timesa#39;, to the most favourable e.g., a#39;mathematics thrills me, ita#39;s my favourite subjecta#39;.
|Title||:||History in Mathematics Education|
|Author||:||John Fauvel, J.A. van Maanen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-04-11|