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The main topics you will find in βICME-13 Topical Surveyβ include:

β’ Discussions of methodological issues in the history of mathematics education and of the relation between this field and other scholarly fields.

β’ The history of the formation and transformation of curricula and textbooks as a reflection of trends in social-economic, cultural and scientific-technological development.

β’ The influence of politics, ideology and economics on the development of mathematics education, from a historical perspective.

β’ The history of the preeminent mathematics education organizations and the work of leading figures in mathematics education.

β’ Mathematics education practices and tools and the preparation of mathematics teachers, from a historical perspective.- Series:
**ICME-13 Topical Surveys** - Author:
**Alexander Karp, Fulvia Furinghetti (auth.)** - Year:
**2016** - Publisher:
**Springer International Publishing** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**978-3-319-31615-4,978-3-319-31616-1**

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