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Joselia Euzebio da Rosa

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CALL FOR PAPERS
Posted: Aug 21, 2013 7:38 PM
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CALL FOR PAPERS
v. 7, n. 12 (2013)
 
ORGANIZERS:
Manoel Oriosvaldo de Moura ? University of São Paulo (USP)
Ademir Damazio
? University of Extreme South of Santa Catarina (UNESC)
Josélia Euzébio
da Rosa ? University of Souther of Santa Catarina (UNISUL)
E-mail: revistapoiesis@unisul.br
THEME:
Studies in
Mathematics Education based on Historical-Cultural Theory
Poiésis, the Journal of Graduate
Program in Education (Master Degree) of University of Southern of Santa
Catarina advertises those interested in publishing scientific articles on Studies
in Mathematics Education based on Historical-Cultural Theory that is
receiving papers for a thematic dossier.
The aim is
disseminate scientific production addressed to the Mathematics in educational
context, based on Historical-Cultural Theory, whose matrix is the historical
and dialectic materialism (Vigotski, Leontiev, Galperin, Davidov, Elkonin,
among others).
Deadline for submissions: October, 31st 2013.
The edition will be published in December 2013.
The guidelines
for formatting the works can be accessed on the website http://www.portaldeperiodicos.unisul.br/index.php/Poiesis/about/submissions#authorGuidelines
Submissions
should be done only by the website, after registering http://www.portaldeperiodicos.unisul.br/index.php/Poiesis/user/register, addressed in ?Comments for the editor? to ?Studies in Mathematics
Education based on Historical-Cultural Theory?.
E-mail: revistapoiesis@unisul.br



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