Contents

Volume 2 (2014)

  1. Expression of mathematics in human languages: a questionnaire, pp. 1-8

Volume 1 (2013)

  1. A monotonous bounded sequence as a metaphor for mathematics education, pp. 1-2
  2. Elementary Calculus: Real vs Analytic, pp. 3-8
  3. The strange fate of abstract thinking, pp. 9-12
  4. Mathematics discovered, invented, and inherited, pp. 13-28. arXiv:1309.3073
  5. A personal take on synthetic phonics, pp. 29-44
  6. Relationality of teaching, the Khan Academy, and word problems, pp. 45-50.

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  1. dear Sasha

    Very interesting indeed! I propose to refer to numbers 1, 3 and 4 in the book I’m currently writing on teaching mathematics to primary and secondary pupils. I will send to you the appropriate draft passages in due course for, I hope, your approval.

    David

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