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Where in math do children from Brazil stumble?

-Differences in education between Japan and Brazil- At first glance, there seems to be no hurdle for children with foreign roots in the world. Where do Brazilian children find it difficult to learn mathematics? Should I support it?
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Where in math do children from Brazil stumble?

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May 23, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT+9
Held online (zoom)

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Sunday, May 23, 2021 10: 00-12: 00 am

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* To prevent the spread of corona infection, it will be held online only.

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Fabio Eberlin

He was active at Nomura Elementary School in Takaoka City for about half a year as a trainee for promoting multicultural coexistence in Toyama Prefecture in 2018. It was summarized in "Comparison of Mathematics Education Courses in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Japan" (University of Toyama, Faculty of Human Development Science, Department of Developmental Education, Mathematics Education Laboratory, 2021).

In this paper, the author, a Brazilian mathematics teacher, noticed the difficulties that cultural and institutional differences bring to children's learning through the support of children with foreign roots in Japan (Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture), and investigated and analyzed this. It is a valuable article for educational sites that support children with foreign roots who study mathematics and mathematics.

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