NASGEm North American Study Group on Ethnomathematics

"Employing an ethnomathematics pedagogy provides flexibility and versatility to the mathematical universals based on perspectives derivative of culture and experiences." -- Adriana Moreno Magallanes

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Journal of Mathematics and Culture - Volume 1, Number 1

Journal of Mathematics and Culture   
A Peer – Reviewed Journal
ISSN - 1558-5336

    Volume 1, Number 1  — May 2006

                From the Editors
                Rick Silverman & Tod Shockey

                The Program Ethnomathematics: A Theoretical Basis of the Dynamics of Intra - Cultural Encounters
                Ubiratan D'Ambrosio

                Book of Numbers: Exploring Jewish Mathematics and Culture at a Jewish High School
                Larry Lesser

                Ethnomathematics and Cooperativism
                John A. Fossa

                The Case for Rich Contexts in Ethnomathematics Lessons
                Susan Staats

                Ethnomathematics: Cultural Assertions and Challenges Towards Pedagogical Action
                Daniel Clark Orey & Milton Rosa

                The Mathematical Ways of an Aboriginal People: The Northern Ute
                Jim Barta & Tod Shockey

                Learning the Yup'ik Way of Navigation: Studying Time, Position, and Direction
                Claudette Engblom-Bradley

                Meet the Authors
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