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“Unfit for friendship?”

Fri, 21 Apr 2006 08:26:12 +0000

I am starting to think about the traditional maths classroom, which is silent, individualistic, and competitive, as a place which is unfit to develop friendships in. You need to talk to other people to initiate and/or maintain a friendship. How do … Continue reading



teaching maths and social justice and care – examples for the classroom

Wed, 19 Apr 2006 04:45:44 +0000

PoLT and Maths.ppt This power point presentation is an example of how I use maths to teach issues of social justice and care. I have linked it to the Department of Education’s Principles of Learning and Teaching as an example … Continue reading



Jude Ocean

Thu, 09 Feb 2006 06:06:53 +0000

I’m a university lecturer in Melbourne, Australia. I am interested in theories of caring and of friendship, and in social justice. At RMIT University, I teach pre-service and graduate teachers and it’s a new job for me. For the last two years I … Continue reading



academic articles about care

Tue, 07 Feb 2006 05:24:04 +0000

Hackenberg, Amy (2005). A model of mathematical caring relations. For the Learning of Mathematics 25 (1), 45-51. Falkenberg, Thomas (2005). Caring in the teaching and learning of mathematics. For the Learning of Mathematics 25 (2), 28-29. Bergman, Roger (2004). Caring … Continue reading