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Author Safford-Ramus, Katherine,
Title Troika of Adult Learners, Lifelong Learning, and Mathematics : Learning from Research, Current Paradoxes, Tensions and Promotional Strategies / Katherine Safford-Ramus, Pradeep Kumar Misra, Terry Maguire.
Imprint Switzerland : SpringerOpen, [2016]
2016

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Author Safford-Ramus, Katherine,
Series ICME-13 Topical Surveys, 2366-5955
ICME-13 topical surveys. 2366-5947
Subject Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Continuing education)
Adult students.
Alt Name Misra, Pradeep Kumar,
Maguire, Terry,
International Congress on Mathematical Education (13th : 2016 : Hamburg, Germany)
Description 1 online resource (viii, 41 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 35-41).
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. Survey on State-of-the-Art; 2.1. The Troika of Adult Learners, Lifelong Learning, and Mathematics; 2.2. Learning from Research; 2.3. Current Paradoxes, Tensions and Potential Strategies; 2.4. Promoting Lifelong Mathematics Learning Among Adult Learners: Potential Strategies; 2.5. Helping Adult Learners to Practice Connectivism in Mathematical Learning -- 3. Summary and Looking Ahead.
Summary "This book presents a synopsis of six emerging themes in adult mathematics/numeracy and a critical discussion of recent developments in terms of policies, provisions, and the emerging challenges, paradoxes and tensions. It also offers an extensive review of the literature adult mathematics education. Why do adults want to learn mathematics? Did they enjoy mathematics at school so much that they want to continue? NO! Most of these adults have to learn mathematics because it is part of a formal qualification they need, because their job demands the ability to apply mathematics, or because they need basic numeracy in their daily lives. Lastly, the authors discuss five potential strategies to promote lifelong learning of mathematics among adult learners."--Publisher's description.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed May 4, 2017).
ISBN 9783319328089 (electronic bk.)
3319328085 (electronic bk.)
3319328077
9783319328072
9783319328072 (print)
3319328077 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 9783319328072
OCLC # 951071644
Additional Format Print version: Safford-Ramus, Katherine. Troika of adult learners, lifelong learning, and mathematics. [Cham] : SpringerOpen, [2016] 3319328077 (DLC) 2016937347 (OCoLC)945231265



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