Who is not multilingual now?
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What is the relationship between research into multilingualism and research concerned more generally with language and communication in mathematics education? Diversity in linguistic practices is universal in modern society and poses problems for teaching and learning even in apparently monolingual contexts. Research in multilingualism and mathematics education offers constructs and insights that can inform research and pedagogy more widely.
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Educational Studies in Mathematics
Volume 64, Issue 2 , pp 239-242
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- Candia Morgan (1)
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- 1. School of Mathematics, Science and Technology, Institute of Education, University of London, 20 Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL, UK