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The French didactics tradition in mathematics

Abstract : This chapter presents the French didactic tradition. It first describes the emergence and development of this tradition according to four key features (role of mathematics and mathematicians, role of theories, role of design of teaching and learning environments, and role of empirical research), and illustrates it through two case studies respectively devoted to research carried out within this tradition on algebra and on line symmetry-reflection. It then questions the influence of this tradition through the contributions of four researchers from Germany, Italy, Mexico and Tunisia, before ending with a short epilogue.
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Michèle Artigue, Marianna Bosch, Hamid Chaachoua, Faïza Chellougui, Aurélie Chesnais, et al.. The French didactics tradition in mathematics. Werner Blum; Michèle Artigue; Maria Alessandra Mariotti; Rudolf Sträßer; Marja Van den Heuvel-Panhuizen. European traditions in didactics of mathematics, Springer, pp.11-55, 2019, ICME-13 Monographs, 978-3-030-05513-4. ⟨hal-02047198⟩



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