Difference, Inclusion and Mathematics Education: Launching a Research Agenda

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  • Lourdes Figueiras
  • Lulu Healy Universidade Anhanguera de São Paulo
  • Ole Skovsmose

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https://doi.org/10.17921/2176-5634.2016v9n3p15-35

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The round-table discussion on Difference, Inclusion and Mathematics Education was in included in the scientific programme of VI SIPEM in recognition and celebration of the emerging body of research into the challenges of building a culture of mathematics education which values and respects the diversity of learners in different educational contexts – in Brazil and beyond. This paper presents the contributions to the discussion, which focus on the problematisation of the term “inclusion”, explorations of how the practices of previously marginalized students can bring new resources to the teaching and learning of mathematics and reflections upon the potentially discriminatory nature of the structures which currently mould school mathematics.  The paper aims to serve as material for the developing research agenda of the thirteenth working group of the Brazilian Society of Mathematics Education, which met for the first time during the event. 

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2017-03-02

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