Scholarly writing in mathematics and science education higher degree courses
Cooper, Thomas J., Baturo, Annette R., & Harris, L (1998) Scholarly writing in mathematics and science education higher degree courses. In Malone, John, Atweh, Bill, & Northfield, Jeffrey (Eds.) Research and Supervision in Mathematics and Science Education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, New Jersey, pp. 249-276.
The authors outline the processes involved in scholarly writing in mathematics and science education research. Covers the fundamentals of writing such as grammatical errors and other common errors. The authors discuss scholarly writing at three levels: one for the author to be familiar with the mechanics of writing; the second relating to the flow of arguments within various sections of a dissertation; and the third relating to the integration of the entire work
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