Networking of Theories as a Research Practice in Mathematics Education

Networking of Theories as a Research Practice in Mathematics Education

Networking of Theories as a Research Practice in Mathematics Education

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Mariam Haspekian Networking Theories as a Research Practice in Mathematics Education

The Networking of Theories as a Research Practice in Mathematics Education

Series: Advances in Mathematics Education

Bikner-Ahsbahs, Angelika, Prediger, Susanne (Eds.)

2014, XII, 329 p. 124 illus.

 

Auteurs: Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, Michèle Artigue, Ferdinando Arzarello, Marianna Bosch, Tommy Dreyfus, Stefan Halverscheid, Mariam Haspekian, Ivy Kidron, Alexander Meyer, Susanne Prediger, Cristina Sabena, & Ingolf Schäfer

 

Chapitres Mariam Haspekian

  •  Introduction to the Theory of Didactical Situations (TDS), Michèle Artigue, Mariam Haspekian, Agnès Corblin-Lenfant. pp 47-65
  •  Topaze Effect: A Case Study on Networking of IDS and TDS, Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, Michèle Artigue, Mariam Haspekian. pp 201-221
  • Context, Milieu, and Media-Milieus Dialectic: A Case Study on Networking of AiC, TDS, and ATD, Ivy Kidron,Michèle Artigue ,Marianna Bosch, Tommy Dreyfus, Mariam Haspekian. pp 153-177

Publié aux éditions Springer, 2014

Résumé

  • First volume to empirically connect various didactical theories through five different theoretical lenses
  • Presents networking as a research practice in four comprehensible case studies
  • Offers reflection on networking practices from different perspectives
  • With critical comments from Kenneth Ruthven and Luis Radford
  • Unique collaboration between internationally renowned specialist in the field

How can we deal with the diversity of theories in mathematics education? This was the main question that led the authors of this book to found the Networking Theories Group. Starting from the shared assumption that the existence of different theories is a resource for mathematics education research, the authors have explored the possibilities of interactions between theories, such as contrasting, coordinating, and locally integrating them.The book explains and illustrates what it means to network theories; it presents networking as a challenging but fruitful research practice and shows how the Group dealt with this challenge considering five theoretical approaches, namely the approach of Action, Production, and Communication (APC), the Theory of Didactical Situations (TDS), the Anthropological Theory of the Didactic (ATD), the approach of Abstraction in Context (AiC), and the Theory of Interest-Dense Situations (IDS).A synthetic presentation of each theory and their connections shows how the activity of networking generates questions at the theoretical, methodological and practical levels and how the work on these questions leads to both theoretical and practical progress.The core of the book consists of four new networking case studies which illustrate what exactly can be gained by this approach and what kind of difficulties might arise.

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Chapter list (available for PDF download)

 

About the author:

Enseignant-chercheur en sciences de l’éducation, didacticien des mathématiques
Responsable de la Licence Sciences de l’Education de l’Université Paris Descartes

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