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Research, curriculum innovation and change: Mathematics curriculum research - roots, reforms, reconciliation and relevance; towards a framework for developing and researching groupwork in mathematics classrooms; mathematics education and language - policy, research and practice in multilingual South Africa; teachers' assessment criteria in school mathematics; ethnomathematics research in South Africa. Researching teacher education: Diverse orientations, merging messages - holding the past, living the present and creating a future - trends and challenges in research on mathematics teacher education; pre-service mathematics teacher education - building a future on the legacy of apartheid's colleges of education; dilemmas in the design of in-service education and training for mathematics teachers; dilemmas of change - seeing the complex rather than the complicated? Psychological, sociological and historical research and perspectives: Examining understanding in mathematics - a perspective from concept mapping; knowledge and pedagogy - sociological research in mathematics education in South Africa; a history of mathematics education research in South Africa - the apartheid years.
Renuka Vithal is an associate professor in the school of educational studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Jill Adler is the chair of mathematics education in the school of education at the University of the Witwatersrand. Christine Keitel is a professor of mathematics education in the department of education and psychology at Freie Universit t in Berlin.