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  1. NOMAD 25(2), 2020

    Conservative and transformative changes in algebra in Swedish lower secondary textbooks 1995–2015

    Kristina Palm Kaplan and Johan Prytz

    Abstract
    The present study examines textbook algebra tasks in an attempt to understand how textbooks change in a reform of lower secondary school algebra. Changes in 1557 textbook tasks for year 8 are described in terms of algebraic activities and school algebra discourses. The tasks were taken from textbooks published before and after a new syllabus was introduced in Sweden in 2011. The results show that the new syllabus’ focus on mathematical competences was not stressed in the textbooks and that the greatest change was an increase in word problems connected to everyday situations. It is suggested that, in this reform, textbooks have been conservative and transformative in relation to the syllabus.

    Kristina Palm Kaplan
    Kristina Palm Kaplan is a PhD student in mathematics education at Uppsala University, Department of Education. In December 2019, she is defending her thesis ”International large-scale assessments and mathematics textbooks in a curriculum reform process. Changes in lower secondary school algebra in Sweden 1995–2015”.

    Johan Prytz
    Johan Prytz is associate professor of curriculum studies at Uppsala University, Department of Education. He has a PhD in mathematics with specialization in the didactics and history of mathematics. His research mainly concerns history of mathematics education, curriculum reforms and textbooks.

    Skapad: 2020-06-30 kl. 10:02

  2. NOMAD – 25(2), 2020

    Volume 25, No 2, March 2020

    e-NOMAD

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    Editorial

    Natasja Steen, Matilde Stenhøj Madsen og Tomas Højgaard
    Potentialer og begrænsninger ved anvendelse af lærebøger
    i matematikundervisningen: resultater fra et systematisk review

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    Paul Andrews
    Swedish primary teacher education students’ perspectives on linear equations
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    Kristina Palm Kaplan and Johan Prytz
    Conservative and transformative changes in algebra in Swedish lower secondary textbooks 1995–2015
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    Ingi Heinesen Højsted
    Guidelines for utilizing affordances of dynamic geometry environments to support development of reasoning competency
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    Uffe Thomas Jankvist and Mogens Niss
    Fostering an intimate interplay between research and practice: Danish ”maths counsellors” for upper secondary school
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    Skapad: 2020-06-30 kl. 09:33

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