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2020 Quadrature. N° 115. p. 10-15. Sixième conférence internationale sur l'histoire de l'enseignement mathématique.
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2020 Tangente Education. N° 52. p. 2-2. Mary Everest Boole, une pédagogue surprenante et ... oubliée.
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2020 Tangente Education. N° 52. p. 9-9. La pédagogie Montessori.
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2020 Tangente Education. N° 52. p. 6-8. La nouvelle vague de la pédagogie.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Problems in the teaching of arithmetic: records in French school notebooks (1870-1914). p. 49-63.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Anton Dakitsch collection – the scope of mathematics teaching in Brazilian industrial education in the 1950s. p. 257-267.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Views on usefulness and applications during the sixties. p. 387-399.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Dmitry Chizhov and the examination of mathematics textbooks in Russia during the 1820s-1830s . p. 205-220.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Attitudes toward intuition in calculus textbooks p. 83-92.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Let them speak; hear them speak - old Chinese wisdom on mathematics education. p. 355-369.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. The mathematics teachers' journal Euclides in the Netherlands in change, 1945-1976. p. 189-204.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Mathematical reasoning in trigonometric definitions, proofs, and calculations on early 19th century textbooks from Norway and Denmark. p. 111-127.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Didier Henrion, an enigmatic introducer of Dutch mathematics in Paris. p. 269-281.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Daily life traits in arithmetic word problems: a glance at 1950s school notebooks. p. 93-109.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Building new mathematical discourse among practitioners in restoration and enlightenment England 1650-1750. p. 319-335.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. September 19-22, 2017, at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Mathématique moderne: A pioneering Belgian textbook series shaping the New Math reform of the 1960s. p. 129-145.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Polya and Dienes: Two men of one mind or one culture ? p. 29-47.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. John Leslie's (1817) view of arithmetic and its relevance for modern pedagogy. p. 147-159.
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2019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Jacob de Gelder (1765-1848) and his way of teaching cubic equations. p. 177-187.