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3- 24 PME29 — 2005 CONFLICTS IN OFFSHORE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS OF A UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY MATHEMATICS COURSE Linda Galligan University of Southern Queensland Many university programs are offered offshore to students whose first language and culture is not the same as the program’s creator and where teachers’ language and culture may not be the same as the students or the creators. This study investigated potential conflicts in a Hong Kong setting in a mathematics foundation classroom using an ethnographic approach and analysed the data using Valsiner’s Zone theory.
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Proceedings of the 29th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education Volume 3 by Helen L. Chick, Jill L. Vincent (Eds.)