Part of the New Directions in Mathematics and Science Education book series (NDMS)
Curriculum Implications of the Integration of Mathematics into Science
This section examines the curricular aspects of integrating mathematics into science.
KeywordsMathematics Educator Pedagogical Content Knowledge Mathematics Concept Curriculum Design Computational Thinking
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