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Patterns of Variation in the Work of “Mathematics in the City project”: A Suggested Research Question

Conference paper
Authors Hanan Innabi
Christina Skodras
Susanne Frisk
Peter Fredriksson
Published in The Mathematics Education for the Future Project – Proceedings of the 15th International Conference. August 4-9, 2019 at Maynooth University, Kildare, Ireland. Rogerson, A., & Morska, J. (red.)
ISBN 978-3-95987-111-2
Publisher WTM Verlag
Place of publication Münster, Germany
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Pedagogical, Curricular and Professional Studies
Language en
Keywords variation theory, math in the city project
Subject categories Educational Sciences


The framework of this paper is based on the variation theory (VT), which explains the necessary conditions for learning. According to this theory, students have to experience patterns of variation for learning to take place. This paper highlights the patterns of variation that can be found in the work of the “Mathematics in the City” (MitC) project. Some examples are presented, and a research question is proposed related to using VT as a tool to analyze students’ learning in the MitC classrooms.

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