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February 9, 2012

“What they teach in school, I like to call, “math,” as opposed to mathematics. Mathematics is one of the great jewels of achievement of the human mind. Math is a bunch of boring stuff that you make kids do with pencils and square papers and filling in numbers. There is no relation.”


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Papert, S.(2009) in Squeakers DVD (video available online). Accessed at http://squeakland.org/resources/audioVisual/#cat547. February 8, 2012.

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