02. september 2015

Nr. 39/2015 Mathematics and Science: The relationships and disconnections between research and education - Papers from a doctoral course at the University of Copenhagen

This book presents the products of a doctoral course held in Helsingør, Denmark
in August 2014. The course was entitled Mathematics and Science:
The relationships and disconnections between research and education, and
involved the participants in a series of discussions and reflections about
the intricacies of those relationships. Although the teaching and dissemination
of mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry and other sciences in
educational institutions is fundamentally based on the research disciplines
that give them their name, the connections and disconnections between the
research disciplines and those of teaching are never trivial. The complex
process by which science (including mathematics) knowledge, values and
practices are apprehended from their place of production - the domain of
scientific research - and deconstructed and reconstructed in order to become
teachable in the domain of education is known as didactic transposition.
Understanding this process and the phenomena related to it is the
fundament of the research programme entitled the Anthropological Theory
of the Didactical (or simply ATD) and was the focus of this course.

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