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Latin Grammar (Quick Study Academic) (Latin Edition) by E. Del Chrol, Liliane Srnet

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Every research project is a situated research project and, if one wants it to be potentially useful in other contexts, there is the need to make explicit the context where it is framed, with its constraints, possibilities and challenges. The uniqueness of the context conditions greatly not only the results, which are certainly not general, not only the methodological procedures that can be used, but also and mainly the goals that can be established in a sensible way. The results of any research in mathematics education relate to a previous ‘problematique’ and to the methodology chosen in a particular situation.

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B) The student as a member of the classroom community. The meanings are social products arising from and during the interactions between the different members of the classroom community. Thus, from a sociological point of view, we are interested in the extent to which meanings are shared or not. c) The student as an individual with a sociocultural identity. The students attach meanings to situations, to actions, to themselves and to other people through an interpretative process, which is constantly revised and controlled through the acquisition of new experiences.

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