De la mirada a la comprensión

Experimentando un cambio metodológico

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34024/prometeica.2023.27.15349

Palabras clave:

investigación en educación matemática, metodología de la investigación., publicidad, adivasis de la India, tierra y relacionalidades

Resumen

Como investigador de educación matemática de la India, trato de capturar destellos de un terreno desordenado llamado educación, o tal vez notas de campo de recorridos experienciales, invitando humildemente a la comunidad MES a participar y juntos volvernos más reflexivos hacia nuestras prácticas y experiencias colectivas. No obstante, este artículo planteará cuestiones relacionadas con la educación matemática. Sin embargo, no comenzaría por formularlas, marcándolas como preguntas de investigación. En este artículo, preferiría rastrear las marcas de nacimiento de ciertas preguntas de investigación; para mostrar cómo este esfuerzo nos lleva a ciertas cuestiones metodológicas existenciales en la realización y presentación de informes de investigación en educación matemática.

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Biografía del autor/a

Ishan Santra, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education

My research interests lie in how people learn and experience mathematics. I became involved in mathematics education research because of my strong general interest in learning and education (as socially rooted processes and institutions), as well as my genuine concern for larger social justice issues in the context of mathematics education in India and around the world. I engage with the critical question of ‘mathematical competency’ in today’s world and relate it to the questions of merit and discrimination. I investigate these questions through documenting and analysing people’s experiences of assessments in mathematics and the social, economic, and emotional effects of such assessments in their lives. I am looking for opportunities to develop necessary skills and capabilities, and also to conduct systematic inquiries in these lines.

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2023-07-27

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Santra, I. (2023). De la mirada a la comprensión: Experimentando un cambio metodológico. Prometeica - Revista De Filosofía Y Ciencias, (27), 575–585. https://doi.org/10.34024/prometeica.2023.27.15349
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