20 SES 13 JS A, Issues of Inclusion in Mathematics Education I
Joint Session with NW 24
This paper explores the pupils’ perspective of teaching Mathin an inclusive, intercultural learning environment developing educational differentiation to promote innovation and creativity from the learners perspective. The study will draw upon the European project ” Yes we can” which was organized in 2010-2011 about enhancing the teaching of mathematics to people with Down Syndrome as well as other projects focusing on Math and inclusion and Math and educational differentiation from the learner’s perspective.
The projects are very different in focus and scope as well as in the number of countries participating but they all include aspects of both intercultural, inclusive and differential issues and will therefor contribute to the discussion and research into what are important in order to promote innovation and creativity in understanding Math from a learner’s perspective.One of the shared aspects is the notion that one of the most important conditions for learning and understanding Math is the cognitive and shared production of images by the learners. This presentation will discuss the many findings from the projects relevant to aspects such as this and other important aspects.
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