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

Journal of Mathematics and Culture - Volume 5 Number 2

 

                      From the editors

                      Rick Silverman & Tod Shockey

 

A Study of Estimation by Professionals at Work

Thomasenia Lott Adams and Gregory K. Harrell

 

Promoting Culturally Responsive Teaching through Action Reseearch in a Mathematics Methods Course

Emily P. Bonner

 

Public Good or Private Commodity? Mathematics Education in Japan and Implications for the U.S.

Linda Furuto

 

International Service-Learning for Preservice Teachers: Strengthening Mathematical Literacy in West Africa

Angela Hare


The Incan Abacus: A Curious Counting Device

Molly Leonard and Cheri Shakiban

 

Meet the Authors 5(2)