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212019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Building new mathematical discourse among practitioners in restoration and enlightenment England 1650-1750. p. 319-335.Ressource en ligne
222019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Attitudes toward intuition in calculus textbooks p. 83-92.Ressource en ligne
232019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Mathematical reasoning in trigonometric definitions, proofs, and calculations on early 19th century textbooks from Norway and Denmark. p. 111-127.Ressource en ligne
242019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Views on usefulness and applications during the sixties. p. 387-399.Ressource en ligne
252019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Dmitry Chizhov and the examination of mathematics textbooks in Russia during the 1820s-1830s . p. 205-220.Ressource en ligne
262019 "Dig where you stand" 5. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education. ICHME-5. Let them speak; hear them speak - old Chinese wisdom on mathematics education. p. 355-369.Ressource en ligne
272019 Apprendre l'arithmétique dans les manuels scolaires au XIXe siècle.
282019 Au fil des maths. N° 533. p. 8-15. L'Observatoire EVAPM, une aventure de l'APMEP.
292019 Au fil des maths. N° 531. p. 87-88. In memoriam Eric Trotoux.
302019 Chantiers de Pédagogie mathématique. N° 179. 50 ans au fil des Chantiers : changements et permanences.Ressource en ligne
312019 Circulation : mathématiques, histoire, enseignement. Evelyne Barbin, entre épistémologie, histoire et enseignement. p. 221-240.
322019 Circulation : mathématiques, histoire, enseignement. Reflections on the Origins of the International Study Group on the History and Pedagogy of Mathematics ; its early development and other liaisons with French Colleagues. p. 31-47.
332019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. he fusion of plane and solid geometry in the teaching of geometry: Textbooks, aims, discussions. p. 679-693.
342019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. The first Norwegian textbooks in mathematics: A story of independence and controversy. p. 815-839.
352019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. Mathematics teaching in gymnasia and real schools in Poland in the years 1795-1918: Schools with Polish and German as the language of instruction - comparison. p. 727-758.
362019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. A Cambridge Correspondence Class in arithmetic for women. p. 793-800.
372019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. On the main milestones in developing mathematics in Poland prior to the XIX century through the lens of mathematics education. p. 759-772.
382019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education ESU 8.Ressource en ligne
392019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. Description of old Nepali mathematics books and their potential in improving current day teaching and learning. p. 697-710.
402019 Proceedings of the Eighth European Summer University on History and Epistemology in Mathematics Education. New Math, an international movement? p. 801-812.