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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Reflections on development of a math program for the communities of Ivujivik and Puvirnituq in Nunavik2016 Etudes inuit 40 (2): 71-91
  • Lily Bacon
  • Thomas Rajotte
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008in special section 'Inuit school curriculum', English summary
The effect of problem posing instruction on 9th grade students' mathematics academic achievement and retention2014 The Anthropologist 17 (1): 129-36
  • Ahmet Cezmi Savas
  • Ali Kemal Cilavdaroglu
  • Selim Guvercin
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIST-]0972-0073
The place of indigenous cultural games by educators in the teaching and learning mathematics2014 Journal of human ecology 48 (1): 189-97
  • Charity Dewah
  • Micheal M. Van Wyk
H6/KF [ASSOCIATION-]0970-9274in special issue 'Advancing indigenous knowledge (IK) in sustainable teaching and learning practices to promoting economic development'
Motivation and expectations for pursuing graduate education in mathematics and science education2013 The Anthropologist 16 (3): 701-9
  • Lutfi Incikabi
  • Mehmet Altan Kurnaz
  • Murat Pektas
  • Sinan Ozgelen
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIST-]0972-0073
Study of secondary schools students performance in mathematics from Zimbabwe2012 The Anthropologist 14 (2): 113-21
  • Ezekiel Dhiliwayo
  • Newman Wadesango
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIST-]0972-0073
African fractals and culturally situated design tools: mathematics education through self-empowering technology2012 Critical interventions: journal of African art history and visual culture 9/10 (Spring): 143-58
  • Raymond Lutzky
H6/KFY [CRITICAL-]1930-1944in thematic issue 'Fractals in African arts and visual cultures'
Analyzing the socio-cultural values influencing the development of mathematics teaching skills of open and distance learning pre-service teachers2012 Indilinga 11 (1): 83-92
  • Lovemore J. Nyaumwe
  • Mapula G. Ngoepe
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]
Indigenisation of high risk learning areas: a case for accounting2012 Indilinga 11 (2): 257-66
  • Mncedisi Jordan
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]
Talking about teaching and learning mathematics in indigenous schools2012 Mundo Amazonico 3: 147-63
  • Lucélida de Fátima Maia da Costa
English summary
The perception of mathematical waves in Tikuna weaving2010 Mundo Amazonico 1: 65-88
  • Lucélida de Fátima Maia da Costa
English summary
Mathematics achievement of indigenous Hawaiian and Taiwanese middle school children2009 Human evolution 24 (4): 261-86
  • Grace Tien Hong Chao
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Making math a definition of the situation: families as sites for mathematical practice2009 Anthropology and education quarterly 40 (4): 369-87
  • Angela Booker
  • Shelley Goldman
H6 [COUNCIL-]0161-7761
Native reserve students' and Native public school students' ways of knowing math2008 Canadian journal of native studies 28 (2): 295-312
  • Annette Bruised Head
  • E. Nola Aitken
*H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0715-3244French summary
Educational reform in science and mathematics: an anthropological perspective2008 Practicing anthropology 30 (2): 14-18
  • Kathryn A. Kozaitis
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic section 'Exploring anthropological approaches to school reform'
Research methods in indigenous mathematical knowledge: an example of research models based on indigneous games2003 Indilinga 2 (1): 11-24
  • Mogege David Mosimege
*H6/KY 'INDILINGA-'1683-0296
Campus 20162001 Journal des anthropologues : 177-84
  • Valerio Vassallo
H6/KF [ASSOCIATION-]1156-0428in special monographic issue 'Postures assignées, postures revendiquées: face aux bouleversements politiques et institutionnels comment pratiquer nos terrain aujourd'hui?'; English summary
La corporalidad del conocimiento en el kipu2001 Reunión anual de etnología 14 (1): 421-31
  • Nelson D. Pimentel Heredia
Using string figures to teach math skills: (5) opening theory2001 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 8: 211-34
  • James R. Murphy
1076-7886
Using string figures to teach math skills (4): vertical nets and tennis nets2000 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 7: 215-86
  • James R. Murphy
1076-7886
'Africa my teacher!': an expatriate's perspectives on teaching mathematics in Zimbabwe2000 Anthropology and education quarterly 31 (1): 90-102
  • Gerald R. Fast
0161-7761
Creating learning opportunities in strange or familiar contexts: a response to Gerald R. Fast's [Africa my teacher!]2000 Anthropology and education quarterly 31 (1): 103-8
  • Sharon A. Schwille
0161-7761response to GR Fast, see this issue 90-102
Using string figures to teach math skills (3): the North American net system1999 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 6: 160-211
  • James R. Murphy
1076-7886
Adding cognition to the formula for culturally relevant instruction in mathematics1998 Anthropology and education quarterly 29 (2): 214-44
  • Mary E. Brenner
Using string figures to teach math skills. 1, The diamond system1997 Bulletin of the International String Figure Association 4: 56-74
  • James R. Inoli Murphy
H6/KFY [BULLETIN-]