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AB - In this chapter, we discuss the question of how we can encourage mathematics education to shift towards more inquiry-oriented practices in schools and what role textbooks and teachers play in such a reform. Abstract In this chapter, we discuss the question of how we can encourage mathematics education to shift towards more inquiry-oriented practices in schools and what role textbooks and teachers play in such a reform. Li, E. Silver, S. Fingerprint textbook. Li Eds. Advances in Mathematics Education; Vol. DOI: Gravemeijer, K. Silver ; S. Springer, Gravemeijer, KPE , Transforming mathematics education : the role of textbooks and teachers.

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