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Title: How do Japanese, American, and Singaporean primary school mathematics teachers teach
Authors: Soh, Kay Cheng
Issue Date: 1998
Citation: Soh, K. C. (1998). How do Japanese, American, and Singaporean primary school mathematics teachers teach. The Mathematics Educator, 3(2), 88-99.
Abstract: The conventional wisdom has it that mathematics is a universal subject that transcends national boundaries. This implies that the subject matter of Mathematics does not vary much across nations. At the school level today, there are discrepancies as shown by recent research, not only in terms of content but also pedagogy. This paper gathers examples of such studies to illustrate the variation and hopes to interest the readers in thinking about such cross-national differences and their implications for mathematics education and mathematics educators.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/117
ISSN: 0218-9100
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