Thanks to Jerry Becker (2014) for alerting us to the award of the Luis Santaló Medal to the French Researcher and Educator, Michèle Artigue, ex President of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction.
In the "Math Education Bibliography" of my recent post "Can the Cognitive Impact of Calculus Courses be Enhanced? Updated on Aug 2014 from a Talk at USC on 24 April 2012," I reference 4 articles authored or co-authored by Michèle Artigue ? see the REFERENCE list below.
REFERENCES [URLs shortened by <http://bit.ly/> and accessed on 13 Aug 2014.]
Artigue, M. 1999. "The Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at the University Level: Crucial Questions for Contemporary Research in Education," Notices of the AMS 46(11): 1377- 1385; online as a 94 kB pdf at <http://bit.ly/KJCVJ3>.
Artigue, M. 2000. "Teaching and learning calculus: What can be learned from education research and curricular changes in France?" in "Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education IV" [Dubinsky et al. (2000)] at <http://bit.ly/MNQbwI>. An abstract is online at <http://bit.ly/18FNrfg>.
Artigue, M. 2001. "What can we learn from Educational Research at the University Level," pp. 207- 220 in "Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at the University Level" [Holton et al (2001) at <http://bit.ly/KPPbWq>. To access the first two pages click on (a) <http://bit.ly/Jdsp1h> and then "Look Inside."
Artigue, M., C. Batanero, & P. Kent. 2007. "Mathematics Thinking and Learning at Post-secondary Level," in Part IV: "Students and Learning" in the "Second Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning" [Lester (2007)] which is at <http://bit.ly/NgiHfk>.
Becker, J. 2014. "Michèle Artigue Will Receive the Luis Santaló Medal Award," online on the OPEN! Math-Teach archives at <http://bit.ly/1pNQeO6>.
Hake, R.R. 2014. "Can the Cognitive Impact of Calculus Courses be Enhanced? Updated on Aug 2014 from a Talk at USC on 24 April 2012," online as a 2.8 MB pdf at <http://bit.ly/1B9dyvD>. The abstract and link to the complete post are being transmitted to several discussion lists.