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MIYAKAWA Takeshi

Takeshi Miyakawa is an associate professor of the Joetsu University of Education in Japan and actually staying in ENS de Lyon for his oneyear sabbatical leave (2017-2018). He obtained his PhD degree of the didactics of mathematics from the University of Grenoble in 2005. His research interest is twofold: teaching and learning of proof and proving on the one hand (Miyakawa, 2017), and teachers’collective work in different settings including Lesson Study in Japan on the other hand (Miyakawa &Winsløw, 2013; 2017). For both themes, he conducts research within the framework of the Anthropological theory of the didactic and is trying to adopt a comparative perspective between Japan (or East Asian countries) and European countries.

 Miyakawa, T. (2017). Comparative analysis on the nature of proof to be taught in geometry: the cases of French and Japanese lower secondary schools. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 94(1), 37-54.

Miyakawa, T. & Winsløw, C. (2013). Developing mathematics teacher knowledge: the paradidactic infrastructure of "open lesson" in Japan. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 16(3), 185-209.

Miyakawa, T. & Winsløw, C. (2017, Online First). Paradidactic infrastructure for sharing and documenting mathematics teacher knowledge: a case study of "practice research" in Japan. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.


Takeshi Miyakawa est professeur associé à l’Université d’éducation de Joetsu au Japon, actuellement en séjour de recherche pour un an à l’ENS de Lyon. Il a obtenu son doctorat en didactique des mathématiques à l’Université de Grenoble en 2005. Ses intérêts de recherche sont doubles : d’un côté l’enseignement et l’apprentissage de la preuve en mathématiques (Miyakawa, 2017), de l’autre côté le travail collectif des enseignants dans différents dispositifs, en particulier les Lesson Studies au Japon (Miyakawa & Winsløw, 2013; 2017). Pour ces deux domaines, il développe da recherche dans le cadre de l’approche anthropologique du didactique, et essaie d’adopter une perspective comparative entre le Japon (plus largement les pays d’Asie orientale) et les pays européens.

 Miyakawa, T. (2017). Comparative analysis on the nature of proof to be taught in geometry: the cases of French and Japanese lower secondary schools. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 94(1), 37-54.

Miyakawa, T. & Winsløw, C. (2013). Developing mathematics teacher knowledge: the paradidactic infrastructure of "open lesson" in Japan. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 16(3), 185-209.

Miyakawa, T. & Winsløw, C. (2017, Online First). Paradidactic infrastructure for sharing and documenting mathematics teacher knowledge: a case study of "practice research" in Japan. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.


 
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