Silver & Herbst (2007)

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Theory in Mathematics Education Scholarship

Outline of Headings

  • The Emergence of Theory in Mathematics Education Scholarship
    • Disciplinary Connections
    • Diverse Perspectives
    • Academic Politics
    • Internationalization
  • (Re)Considering the Place of Theory in Mathematics Education Scholarship
  • Making Theory Useful: Theory as a Vital Mediator In Our Scholarship
    • Theory As Mediator of Connections Between Research and Problems
    • Theory Mediating Connections Between Research and Practice
    • Theory Mediating Connections Between Practice and Problems
  • Making Useful Theory: Theory Making as a Part of Scholarship

Corrolary

APA
Silver, E. A., & Herbst, P. G. (2007). Theory in mathematics education scholarship. In F. K. Lester (Ed.), Second handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning (pp. 39–67). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
BibTeX
@incollection{Silver2007,
address = {Charlotte, NC},
author = {Silver, Edward A. and Herbst, Patricio G.},
booktitle = {Second handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning},
chapter = {2},
editor = {Lester, Frank K.},
pages = {39--67},
publisher = {Information Age},
title = {{Theory in mathematics education scholarship}},
year = {2007}
}