Bill Barton - Recent Publications

  • ALANGUI, W., AUTAGAVAIA, J., BARTON, B. & POLEKI, A. (2001). The Mathematics Enhancement Project: Combining Research and Development. In J. Bobis, B. Perry & M. Mitchelmore (Eds) Numeracy and Beyond: Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 35-42

  • BARTON, B. (2001) Mathematics and Language: Divergence or convergence?. In C. Bergsten (Ed) Proceedings of NORMA01: The Third Nordic Conference on Mathematics Education,

  • BARTON, B. (2001). Matemática e Linguagem: Divergência ou Convergência?. In Ma. do C. Domite (Ed), Anais do Primeiro Congresso Brasileiro de Etnomatemática, CBEm 1, Federal University of São Paulo, 104-108

  • AINLEY, J., BARTON, B., JONES, K., PFANNKUCH, P. & THOMAS, M. (2001) Is What You See What You Get? Representations, metaphors and tools in mathematics didactics. In J. Novotná (Ed). European Research in Mathematics Education II. Prague: Charles University, 128-138

  • BARTON, B., AUTAGAVAIA, J. POLEKI, A. & ALANGUI, W. (2002). The Mathematics Enhancement Project: A Theoretical Approach to Research and Development. In P. Valero & O. Skovsmose (Eds) Proceedings of the Third International Mathematics Education and Society Conference, Copenhagen: Centre for Research in Learning Mathematics, Roskilde University, 144-153

  • ALANGUI, W., AUTAGAVAIA, J., BARTON, B., KENSINGTON-MILLER, B., LANE, J., PATERSON, J., POLEKI, A. & VAN DEN HEUVEL, A. (2002). The Mathematics Enhancement Project: The Pilot Phase. Thomas, M., Irwin, K. (Eds) Proceedings of Mathematics Education Group Australasia Conference 25, 83-90

  • BARTON, B. (2002). O Desenvolvimento de um Registro Matemático Maori. BolemaAno 15, No. 17, 71-82

  • BARTON, B. (2002). Ethnomathematics and Indigenous People’s Education. In M. de Monteiro (Ed.) Proceedings of Second International Conference on Ethnomathematics (ICEM2), CD Rom, Ouro Preto, Brazil: Lyrium Comunacacão Ltda

  • ALANGUI, W. & BARTON, B. (2002). A Methodology for Ethnomathematics. In M. de Monteiro (Ed.) Proceedings of Second International Conference on Ethnomathematics (ICEM2), CD Rom, Ouro Preto, Brazil: Lyrium Comunacacão Ltda

  • BARTON, B. & NEVILLE-BARTON3, P. (2002). Undergraduate ESOL Students: What Difference Does Language Make TO Their Mathematics Learning?. Presented to the NZ Mathematics Colloquium, December, 2002

  • BARTON, B. & ALANGUI, W. (2002). Issues in Indigenous Mathematics Education: Focus on the Pacific. Presented to the ICMI Comparative Study Conference, Hong Kong, October 2002.

  • BARTON, B., IRWIN, K. C., PFANNKUCH, M., & THOMAS, M. (Eds.) (2002). Mathematics Education in the South Pacific: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia Inc. Sydney: MERGA

  • BARTON, B. (2002). Mathematics Enhancement Project Research Report. Pilot Study: Year 1, 2001. Auckland: Woolf Fisher Research Centre

  • BARTON, B. (2003). The Mathematics Enhancement Project: Using the Concepts of Cultural Conflict, Critical Mathematics Education, and Didactic Contract. L. Bragg, C. Campbell, G. Herbert, & J. Mousley (eds.), Mathematics Education Research: Innovation, Networking, Opportunity. Proceedings of MERGA 26. Geelong: Maths Education Research Group Australasia, 136-143

  • BARTON, B. & NEVILLE-BARTON3, P. (To appear). Investigating the Relationship between English Language and Mathematical Learning. Proceedings of Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education conference, University of Pisa

    NEVILLE-BARTON3, P. & BARTON, B. (To appear). Literacy and Mathematics Learning. Proceedings of the British Association for Lecturers of English for Academic Purposes conference, Southampton University.

  • BARTON, B. & NEVILLE-BARTON3, P. (2003). Language Issues in Undergraduate Mathematics: A Report of Two Studies. New Zealand Journal of Mathematics, Vol 32, Supplementary Issue, 19-28.

  • ADAM5, S., ALANGUI5, A. & BARTON, B (2003). A Comment on: Rowlands & Carson “Where would formal, academic mathematics stand in a curriculum informed by ethnomathematics? A critical review”, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 52(3), 327-335.

  • BARTON, B. (2003). A Comment on: Marcia Ascher & Ubiratan D’Ambrosio “Ethnomathematics: A Dialogue”. For The Learning of Mathematics, 23(3), 30.

  • BARTON, B. (2004). Mathematics and Mathematical Practices: Where to draw the line? A Comment on: Castro “Solid Geometry in the Works of an Iron Craftsman”, For The Learning of Mathematics, 24(1), 22-24

  • BARTON, B., OATES, G., REILLY, I., & THOMAS, M. O. J. (Eds.) (2003). Communications of Remarkable Delta:03, Fourth Southern Hemisphere Symposium on Mathematics and Statistics Teaching and Learning, 1-302.

  • BARTON, B. (2004). Dando sentido à etnomatemática: etnomatemática fazendo sentido. In J. Ribeiro, Ma. Domite, & R. Ferreira (Eds.) Etnomatemática: papel, valor e significado. São Paulo, Brazil: Zouk. (A translation of “Making Sense of Ethnomathematics: Ethnomathemtics is Making Sense”, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 31(12), 201-233

  • BARTON, B. (In press) Mathematics Education & Indigenous People: What does international research and teacher experience tell us? Proceedings of the Saami Ethnomathematics Conference, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden: National Centre for Mathematics Education (NCM)

  • BARTON, B. (In press) Mathematical Discourse in Different Languages: Implications for Mathematics Teachers Proceedings of the Midsummer World Mathematics Education Conference, Göteborg, Sweden: National Centre for Mathematics Education (NCM).
    The ISBN no is 91-85143-01-4 and this reference can be used: Clarke, B., Clarke, D.M., Emanuelsson, G., Johansson, B., Lambdin, D.V., Lester, F.K., Wallby, A., & Wallby, K. (Eds.) (2004). International Perspectives on Learning and Teaching Mathematics. Göteborg: National Center for Mathematics Education.

  • BARTON, B., CHAN, R., KING, C., & NEVILLE-BARTON, P. (In Press). The Mathematical Discourse of Advanced Undergraduate Mathematics. In I. Putt (Ed.) Proceedings of 27th Mathematics Education Research Group Conference, Townsville: James Cook University