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Original article | Journal of Educational Studies in Science and Mathematics 2022, Vol. 1(1) 95-107

Critical Mathematics Education: A Dialogic Approach to Mathematics Education

Bulent Avci

pp. 95 - 107   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/jessm.2022.498.5   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2212-11-0001

Published online: December 29, 2022  |   Number of Views: 102  |  Number of Download: 554


Abstract

This article aims to investigate the ways in which secondary mathematics can be taught through a dialogic pedagogy. It is part of Ph. D study which was a study of critical mathematics education oriented towards critical citizenship and democracy. The articles indicates that a dialogic teaching of mathematics is possible if it is integrated with collaborative learning and inquiry-based education.

Keywords: Critical Mathematics Education, Critical Pedagogy, Dialogic Pedagogy, Collaborative Learning, Communicative Rationality


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Avci, B. (2022). Critical Mathematics Education: A Dialogic Approach to Mathematics Education . Journal of Educational Studies in Science and Mathematics, 1(1), 95-107. doi: 10.29329/jessm.2022.498.5

Harvard
Avci, B. (2022). Critical Mathematics Education: A Dialogic Approach to Mathematics Education . Journal of Educational Studies in Science and Mathematics, 1(1), pp. 95-107.

Chicago 16th edition
Avci, Bulent (2022). "Critical Mathematics Education: A Dialogic Approach to Mathematics Education ". Journal of Educational Studies in Science and Mathematics 1 (1):95-107. doi:10.29329/jessm.2022.498.5.

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