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But Philip you never had to learn Tok Pisin
Teaching decisions made ‘in the moment’ do not often allow for deliberate, well thought through actions by teachers. Sometimes we are conscious of the options that are available and we do make deliberate decisions. We may even be aware of the values impinging on our decision, but for many other aspects embedded in our teaching, deeper influences impact. They may never become conscious. Sometimes though, over time and with reflection, we do uncover the influences to which we are beholden. In this paper, I reflect on moments that for me were local, but in which were embedded the influences of the global although I was not always aware of this at the time. Through these moments, I comment and attempt to nuance ideas espoused by the authors in this issue.
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Atweh, B., & Clarkson, P. C. (2001). Internationalization and globalization of mathematics education: Towards and agenda for action. In B. Atweh, H. Forgasz, & B. Nebres (Eds.), Sociocultural research on mathematics education (pp. 77–94). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Atweh, B., Clarkson, P. C., & Nebres, B. (2003). Mathematics education in international and global contexts. In A. Bishop, M. Clements, C. Keitel, J. Kilpatrick, & F. Leung (Eds.), Second international handbook of mathematics education (pp. 185–229). Dordretch, The Netherlands: Kluwer.
Clarkson, P. C. (2007). Australian Vietnamese students learning mathematics: High ability bilinguals and their use of their languages. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 64, 191–215. CrossRef
Muke, C. (in preparation). The role of local languages in teaching mathematics at the bridging class (Grade 3) in Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, Australian Catholic University.
Owens, K. (2001). The work of Glendon Lean on the counting systems of Papua New Guinea and Oceania. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 13, 47–71.
Taylor, S., Rizvi, R., Lingard, B., & Henry, M. (1997). Educational policy and the politics of change. London: Routledge.
- Thinking back: becoming aware of the global and its impact on choice
Philip C. Clarkson
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