Conspiracy in senior school mathematics

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Research across five countries has identified inability to pay attention to mathematical detail — the discipline of noticing — is an issue in senior secondary school mathematics teachers. Paul Brown discusses whether there exists a ‘conspiracy’ between teachers and their students to avoid scrutiny of conceptual understanding.

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