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Guy Brousseau and Gérard Vergnaud are widely regarded as the founders of this society. ) from Brousseau’s (1997) theory of didactical situations (TDS) as a theoretical framework in mathematics education research, as well as the significant extension of Brousseau’s theory by Yves Chevallard into the anthropological theory of didactics (ATD). These theoretical developments are further described in the next sections of the chapter. The role of serendipity in the evolution of ideas is seen in the fact that Brousseau adapted Bachelard’s (1938) theory of epistemological obstacles into the setting of education, particularly the researching of teaching.
The historical influence of prominent French mathematicians on mathematics education is seen particularly in textbooks used, the structure and focus of the content, and the unique characteristics of teacher training. S. and Germany. The system in France is highly centralized with only a small proportion of students gaining entry into engineering programs and researcher or teacher training programs typically at the secondary level. The inference here is that these students are exposed to higher level mathematics content for a prolonged time period irrespective of whether they want to be teachers or researchers.
The two editors had proposed in 1905 to organize an international survey on reforms needed in mathematics education, asking in particular opinions on the conditions to be satisfied by a complete-theoretical and practical-teaching of mathematics in higher institutions. (p. 12) The journal also initiated the study of mathematical creativity. This is a very important event as it brought into relevance the field of psychology and the attention of Jean Piaget and mathematicians within the fold (see Furinghetti 2003, pp.