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Harlen Wynne (1993). Education for teaching science and mathematics in the primary school. Paris : UNESCO. En ligne : <http://unesdoc.unesco.o ... 009/000962/096262eo.pdf>. 
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Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Harlen1993
Categories: General
Keywords: mathématiques
Creators: Harlen
Publisher: UNESCO (Paris)
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The concern of this small publication is to explore the extent to which there
is common ground in the approach to the education of primary school
teachers in science and mathematics. To the extent that this is the case it
may be possible for there to be some economy in time and effort and some
increase in effectiveness in teacher education programmes. Given the
greater emphasis on these areas of the primary curriculum in all countries,
and the concern that this causes to teacher education, such possibilities are
well worthserious exploration. But theargumentsgo beyond the pragmatic
to the essential nature of the subjects and the value of defining differences
and commonalities so that the identity of each subject is respected even in
the early stages of children’s learning. We have been careful to respect the
integrity of the mathematics and science whilst arguing that there is much
in common about the approach to learning the subjects at the primary
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