Research Output per year
BACOMET means "Basic Components of Mathematics Education for Teachers", and refers to an overall international research initiative which started in the 1970’s. The BACOMET-4 project has been divided into two phases. In the first one, the individual BACOMET-members present their particular contributions that can illuminate the issues for communication and meaning production in mathematics education. In the second phase, particular issues are studied in details, and a publication, edited by the directors of the project in collaboration with Paola Valero, is prepared.In the BACOMET-4 projects the following have participated: Nicolas Balacheff, Grenoble, France; Maria Bartolini Bussi, Modena, Italy; Rolf Biehler, Bielefeld, Germany; Willibald Dörfler, Klagenfurt, Austria; Tommy Dreyfus, Holon, Israel; Joel Hillel, Montreal, Canada; A.G. Howson, Southhampton, England; Celia Hoyles (director), London, England; Jeremy Kilpatrick (director), Georgia, USA; Christine Keitel, Berlin, Germany; Ernst Kotzmann, Klagenfurt, Austria; Colette Laborde, Grenoble, Frankrig; Michael Otte, Bielefeld, Germany; Kenneth Ruthven, Cambridge, England; Anna Sierpinska, Warsaw, Polen; and Ole Skovsmose (director).
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Skovsmose, O., 2005, Meaning in Mathematics Education. Kilpatrick, J., Hoyles, C., Skovsmose, O. & Valero, P. (eds.). New York: IEEE Computer Society Press, p. 85-102
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research