Mathematics Education Library presents significant new ideas and developments of major importance to those working in the field of mathematics education. The series aims to provide a fundamental resource for educators, researchers and students, and to reflect the variety of research, practice and theory concerns within this discipline. It deals with philosophical, didactical and methodological subjects, as well as with new pedagogical programs in mathematics education.
An understanding of mathematics and of mathematics education is fundamental in our increasingly complex societies where mathematics is expected to be taught at all levels and to students of all ages and abilities. The books published in the Mathematics Educational Library reflect this broad scope and are intended to be of universal interest to researchers and teachers in the field of mathematics education.
Book proposals for this series may be submitted to the Publishing Editor: Melissa James;
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