Interfaces Between Mathematics and Industry and the Use of Technology in Mathematics Education in India

This chapter consists of two parts. The first part deals with interaction between Mathematics and Industry in India. The interaction between the two is almost nonexistent. We look into some of the reasons behind this and mention some of the initiatives ta

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Alain Damlamian José Francisco Rodrigues Rudolf Sträßer Editors

Educational Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry Report on an ICMI-ICIAM-Study

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Educational Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry Report on an ICMI-ICIAM-Study


Editors Alain Damlamian Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne Créteil Cedex, Val-de-Marne France

Rudolf Sträßer FB 12 Mathe, Inst. Didaktik der Mathematik Universität Gießen Gießen Germany

José Francisco Rodrigues Universidade de Lisboa/CMAF-FCUL Lisboa Portugal

ISSN 1387-6872 ISBN 978-3-319-02269-7 DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-02270-3

ISBN 978-3-319-02270-3


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