Mathematics education in international and global contexts

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Clarkson, Philip, Atweh, Bill and Nebres, Bienvenido. (2003) Mathematics education in international and global contexts. In In A. Bishop, M. Clements and C. Keitel et al. (Ed.). Second international handbook of mathematics education pp. 185 - 232 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
AuthorsClarkson, Philip, Atweh, Bill and Nebres, Bienvenido
EditorsA. Bishop, M. Clements and C. Keitel et al.
Page range185 - 232
Year2003
Book titleSecond international handbook of mathematics education
PublisherKluwer Academic Publishers
ISBN1402010087
Research GroupSchool of Education
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