Introduction to the Special Issue on Development of Research Competencies in Mathematics Education

Introduction to the Special Issue on Development of Research Competencies in Mathematics Education Can J Sci Math Techn (2018) 18:1–4 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42330-018-0005-4 Introduction to the Special Issue on Development of Research Competencies in Mathematics Education Igor’ Kontorovich & Peter Liljedahl Published online: 2 April 2018 Ontario Institute for Educational Studies (OISE) 2018 Our practices in doctoral education are a combination of longstanding traditions, replications of how we ourselves were trained, administrative convenience, and profound inertia. We do not subject our programs to the kinds of experimental, skeptical, adventurous innovations and tests that we claim to value in our scholarly work (Shulman 2010,p. 9). Dedicating a Special Issue in a scholarly journal to the development of research competencies in mathematics education cannot be taken for granted. Some readers might immediately question whether this topic is something that our mathematics education community should be really concerned with. Indeed, browsing through the research outputs of the community as a whole (e.g., journals, publications, conference websites, and university programs) quickly reveals that our collective research competencies are probably better than they have ever been before. Other readers may justly note that the topic of research competencies fits more naturally under the umbrella of higher education studies. While the publication of the Issue in CJSMTE evidences that these http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Springer Journals

Introduction to the Special Issue on Development of Research Competencies in Mathematics Education

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2018 by Ontario Institute for Educational Studies (OISE)
Subject
Education; Science Education; Engineering/Technology Education; Mathematics Education
ISSN
1492-6156
eISSN
1942-4051
D.O.I.
10.1007/s42330-018-0005-4
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Can J Sci Math Techn (2018) 18:1–4 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42330-018-0005-4 Introduction to the Special Issue on Development of Research Competencies in Mathematics Education Igor’ Kontorovich & Peter Liljedahl Published online: 2 April 2018 Ontario Institute for Educational Studies (OISE) 2018 Our practices in doctoral education are a combination of longstanding traditions, replications of how we ourselves were trained, administrative convenience, and profound inertia. We do not subject our programs to the kinds of experimental, skeptical, adventurous innovations and tests that we claim to value in our scholarly work (Shulman 2010,p. 9). Dedicating a Special Issue in a scholarly journal to the development of research competencies in mathematics education cannot be taken for granted. Some readers might immediately question whether this topic is something that our mathematics education community should be really concerned with. Indeed, browsing through the research outputs of the community as a whole (e.g., journals, publications, conference websites, and university programs) quickly reveals that our collective research competencies are probably better than they have ever been before. Other readers may justly note that the topic of research competencies fits more naturally under the umbrella of higher education studies. While the publication of the Issue in CJSMTE evidences that these

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Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology EducationSpringer Journals

Published: Apr 2, 2018

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