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CESAME: The Personal History of Learning Mathematics in the Classroom. An Analysis of Students' Narratives

Abstract : Our paper comes from the work we did in the Association pour le développement du Génie Cognitif, Nice (GECO) and more precisely in a project named CESAME supported by the Institut Universitaire pour la Formation des Maîtres (IUFM) of Nice. CESAME means: « Construction Expérientielle du Savoir, et Autrui dans les Mathématiques Enseignées » and our aim is to interpret what students say or write about their experience of mathematics and more precisely about their experience of the Necessity in mathematics.
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Teresa Assude, Catherine Sackur, Maryse Maurel. CESAME: The Personal History of Learning Mathematics in the Classroom. An Analysis of Students' Narratives. The Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal, 1999, 11, pp.88-94. ⟨hal-01816165⟩

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