educational policy, postsecondary education, pedagogy, mathematics education, science education
The goals of higher education are a population of extreme variability in expertise, a diffusion of specialized knowledge across disciplinary boundaries, and production of strong K-12 teachers. Promoting these three goals has implications at all granularities, from the pedagogy of an individual college professor to the incentives and policies that shape systemic change.
"Parts of the Whole: When Variation is the Goal,"
1, Article 8.
Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/numeracy/vol6/iss1/art8
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