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[From the multitude of popular portrayals of mathematicians, it would seem that they have an issue with their image; this chapter investigates that hypothesis, and questions whether this means that the pursuit of mathematics and the image it consequently projects, influence mathematics education. Furthermore, we explore the issue of identity of mathematics teachers in relation to mathematics ‘proper’ and look at the question of whether there really is a need to find an ‘individual voice’ in mathematics education first by teachers, and then by the learners, in a secondary school setting. We therefore look at what aspects of this mathematics ‘proper’ can indeed be part of mathematics education in a secondary setting.]
Published: May 26, 2016
Keywords: Mathematics Education; Mathematics Teacher; School Mathematics; Mathematics Classroom; Mathematical Ability
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