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Title: Non-dominant students’ and their parents’ mathematical practices at home.
Authors: Takeuchi, Miwa
Keywords: parent;mathematics practice;immigration
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Takeuchi, M. (2015). Non-dominant students’ and their parents’ mathematical practices at home. In T. G. Bartell, K. N. Bieda, R.T. Putnam, K. Bradfield, H. Dominguez (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of mathematics Education (pp. 566-570). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.
Abstract: In response to the global mobility of populations, there have been growing international interests in mathematics learning and teaching in linguistically and ethnically diverse classrooms. In order to better support mathematics learning at school for non-dominant students, I examined informal mathematical knowledge they accessed at home. Focusing on Filipino immigrant mothers and their children in Japanese schools, this paper highlights how these mothers’ informal mathematics knowledge attached to everyday practices can influence their children’s development of mathematical literacy at school.
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