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Teachers’ Use of Mathematics Resources: A Look across Cultural Boundaries

Curriculum resources are adopted in school systems around the world, often, to promote curricular coherence or reform (Pepin & Haggarty, 2001; Valverde et al., 2012). The development and design of these resources varies across systems, as do the expectations for and assumptions about their use (Remillard, Van Steenbrugge, & Bergqvist 2016). Ultimately, teachers’ interpretations and decisions are at the center of resource use. In this lecture, I present initial findings from a cross-cultural study of elementary teachers’ interpretations ...
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Chinese Spaces and Cultural Makers in African Cities

Espaces de la culture chinoise en Afrique : diffusion, agencements, interactions Etudes du Soft power chinois en Afrique et des espaces socio-culturels ouverts par des communautés chinoises et africaines diversifiées Ce projet de recherche est le premier à l’échelle européenne à étudier les aspects socio-culturels d’une présence chinoise en expansion en Afrique. Au-delà des intérêts économiques et stratégiques plus ou moins maitrisés par les Etats, la diversité de ressortissants chinois (cadres des sociétés d’Etat, entrepreneurs, enseignants) capitalisant une expérience et des réseaux transnationaux et locaux multiples, suppose des ...
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Chinese – African Figures of inbetweeness

The Chinese-African encounter – a source of creativity, adaptation, but also of disorder – is transforming African societies. Whether talking about the Chinese present in Africa, or Africans travelling in China, we come up against difficulties of classification, or even status, given the multiplicity of trajectories and activities. One of the first difficulties stems from the propensity to talk about “Africans” and “Chinese”, as if dealing with homogeneous groups. Another concerns the tendency to talk about “migrants” when looking at mobilities whose duration, objectives, and criteria of investment significantly surpass habitual connotations surrounding migration/migrants in academic research, causing considerable confusion ...
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