Cleland, Kenneth L.||Bartels, Martin H.
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Elementary Education
Mathematics--Study and teaching
Society is a self-pertuating entity. Through many gernerations the cultural patterns have been torn apart and recreated many times, until they have merged in a more or less stable pattern. The stability of the culture evolves about certain cores of unalterable symbols in which society believes. These fundamentals are transmitted from one gernation to the next through both formal and informal pressure. The symbols in order to be perpetuated, must be internalized to the extend that they become ingrained in the very fibers of the indivdual.
Gross, John F., "A curriculum on elementary school mathematics for kindergarten through grade eight" (1957). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 257.
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