Questioning the world by questioning the exam

Britta Eyrich Jessen

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This paper discusses the role of the exam and its impact on the teaching of mathematics using the notion of levels of codetermination from the anthropological theory of the didactics. It is argued that a discussion of exam in relation to study and research paths is crucial in order to succeed in changing the current teaching paradigm from “visiting monuments” to “questioning the world”.

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codetermination; role of exam; anthropological theory of the didactics

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/1983-3156.2019v21i4p127-141

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