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This course aims to develop a deeper, more relationship understanding of your own mathematics as an interconnected body of ideas through four main themes: developing connections, valuing and appreciating diversity, developing mathematical talk and developing flexibility. The interest is in '...not just what we know but how we know it, how we are aware of it, how we use it and how we exemplify it' (Watson & Barton, 2012: 67). This focus on what 'doing mathematics' might look like will encourage you to challenge assumptions, beliefs and values about learning mathematics as an interpersonal constructive activity.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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