Assessment and learning of mathematics
Australian Council for Educational Research, 1992 - Education - 354 pages
Discusses issues in maths education such as different models of learning and assessment and contrasting ideas of how maths is learned. The 15 contributors are leading maths educators and thinkers in Australia and overseas. Includes references and an index.
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