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Coady, C. & Pegg, J. (1991). ‘An investigation of five first-year tertiary students’ understanding of basic algebraic concepts’. Australian Senior Mathematics Journal, 5(2), 111-120. Coben, D. (1997). ‘Mathematics or common sense? Some reflections on research into adults‘ mathematics life histories’. E. ). Adults returning to study mathematics: Papersfrom Working Group 18, 8th International Congress on Mathematical Education, ICME 8. Adelaide: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers, 37-48.
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And in 1996 in Seville there was a Working Group. Adults Returning to Mathematics Education, (FitzSimons, 1997). For the Tokyo meeting in 2000 there are planned working groups for action on Mathematics Education in Two-Year Colleges and Other Tertiary Institutions as well as Adult and Lifelong Education in Mathematics. There is a continuing topic group on vocational mathematics education which encompasses school as well as adult education. An Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium (Delta ’97) was conducted for the first time in Queensland.
A Teacher's Guide to The Struggle against Slavery: A History in Documents (Pages from History) by Diane N. Palmer