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Abraham, J., & Bibby, N. (1988). Mathematics and society: Ethnomathematics and a public educator curriculum. For the Learning of Mathematics, 8(2), 2-11. folder A
Ascher, M. (1991), Ethnomathematics. Multicultural view of mathematical ideas. GLEC shelf
Barton, B., & Fairhall, U. (Eds.) (1995). Mathematics in Maori Education. Auckland: University of Auckland, Department of Mathematics. GLEC shelf
Bishop, A. (1977). Developing spatial abilities, Report No. 4, Mathematics Education Centre. Lae: Papua New Guinea folder B, Kaleva collection
Bishop, A. (1979). Visualising and mathematics in a pre-technological culture. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 10, 135-146. folder , Kaleva collection
Bishop, A. (1992). Cultural issues in the intended, implemented and attained mathematics curriculum. In G. Leder (Ed.) Assessment and learning of mathematics (pp. 169-189). Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research. folder B
Bishop, A. (1995). What we can learn from the counting systems research of Dr. Glendon Lean. Paper presented to the History and Pedagogy of Mathematics Conference, Cairns, July. GLEC
Blust, R. A. (1977). A rediscovered Austronesian comparative paradigm. Oceanic Linguistics 16(1), 1-52. folder B, pp. 28-36, UOG lib
Boaler, J. (1993). Encouraging the transfer of eschoolf mathematics to the ereal worldf through the integration of process and content, content and culture. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 25, 341-373. folder B
Borba, M.C. (1990). Ethnomathematics and education. For the Learning of Mathematics, 10(1), 39-42. folder B
Bowden, (nd). Kwoma ceremonial houses. XXXX 483-490. folder B
Bowers, N., & Lepi, P. (1975). Kaugel Valley systems of reckoning. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 84, no.3, 309-324. Online: www.anthro@auckland.ac.nz, 2. www.DALSL@auckland.ac.nz folder B
Brown, P. Highlands peoples of New Guinea. London: Cambridge University Press. PNGR 301.2995 BRO
Butterworth, B. (1999). The mathematical brain, London: Macmillan, (pp. 54-135) folder B
Carraher, T.N., Carraher, D.W., & Schliemann, A.D. (1985). Mathematics in the streets and in schools. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 3, 21-29. folder C
Carraher, T.N.,& Schliemann, A.D. Knowledge of the numeration system among pre-schoolers. In L.P. Steffe & T. Woods (Ed.). Transforming childrenfs mathematical education, International perspectives (pp. 135-141). Hillsdale: New Zealand. folder C
Civil, M. (1996). Teaching mathematics to minority students: Some dilemmas. Paper presented to ICME 8, Working Group 22, Mathematics, Education, Society and Culture, 1-11. folder C
Codrington, R. (1957) The Melanesians: Studies in their anthropology and folklore. SIL lib PNG 390.0993 COD
Coiffier, C. (nd). Sepik River architecture: Changes in cultural traditions. XXXX ,491-497. folder C
Costigan, K.R. (1995). The patterns of structure in the Trobriand Islands. M Arch. thesis, University of California, Berkeley. folder C
Crawford, K. (1990). Language and technology in classroom setting for students from non-technological cultures. For the Learning of Mathematics, 10(1), 2-7. folder C
D'Ambrosio, U. (1985). Socio-cultural bases for mathematics education. Paper presented to ICME 5. folder D
D'Ambrosio, U. (1985). Ethnomathematics and its place in the history and pedagogy of mathematics. In M. Harris. (1991). Schools, mathematics and work. (pp. 15-25). London. The Farmer Press. folder D
D'Ambrosio, U. (1986). Socio-cultural bases for mathematical education. In M. Carss (1986). Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress on Mathematical Education. (pp. 1-6). Boston. Birkhauser. folder D
D'Ambrosio, U. (1990). The history of mathematics and ethnomathematics: How a native culture intervenes in the process of learning science. Impact of Science on Society, 40(4), pp. 369-378. folder D
D'Ambrosio, U. (1990). The role of mathematics education in building a democratic and just society. For the Learning of Mathematics,10(3), 20-23. folder D
Deakin, M. (1995, July). The origins of our number-words. Paper at 39th annual conference of the Australian Mathematical Society, Hobart. folder D
Dunkin, M. (1977). A study of classroom interaction in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education, 13 (2), 1-10. GLEC
Ethnomathematics bibliography (downloaded 11/05/2001. http://cs.beloit.edu/~M103/EthnoMath%20Biliography.html. folder E
Ezard, B. (1977). A basic word list for Papua New Guinea. In R. Loving (Ed.) Workpapers in PNG languages, 21, pp. 45-74. folder E UOG library PNG499.501langu
Finau, K., & Stillman, G. Geometric skill behind the Tongan Tapa designs. GLEC
Gerdes, P. (1985). Conditions and strategies for emancipatory mathematics education in undeveloped countries. For the Learning of Mathematics, 5(1), 14-21. folder G
Gravelle, K. (1992). That Tongan Beat. Royal Tongan, no.2, 14-16 folder G
How to make Ngatu (Tapa). (nd). 14-18. folder G
Hauser-Schaublin, (nd). Settlement and house structures ? XXXX 472- 479. folder H
Hughes, P. (1987). Aboriginal culture and learning styles--A challenge for academics in higher education institutions. The second Frank Archibald Memorial Lecture, delivered at University of New England. folder H
Kaleva, W. (1995). The cultural context of mathematics education development in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education, 31, (2), 143-149. folder K
Kaleva, W. (1998). The cultural dimensions of mathematics curriculum in Papua New Guinea. Teachers beliefs and practices. Doctoral thesis, Monash University. GLEC shelf
Kaufmann, C. (nd). Swiss and German ethnographic collections as source materials: A report on work in progress. XXXX, 587-591. folder K
Knijnik, G. (1993). An ethnomathematical approach in mathematical education: a matter of political power. For the Learning of Mathematics, 13(2), 22-25. folder K
Lawlor, R. (nd). Voices of the first day: Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime. 35-43, Rochester, Vermont, Inner Traditions. folder L
Leach, E.R. (1950). Oceania. A Journal devoted to the Study of the Native Peoples of Australia, New Guinea and the Islands of the Pacific, 10(4), 245-335. folder L
Lean, G. (1990). Linguistic and pedagogical factors affecting childrenfs understanding of arithmetic word problems: A comparative Study. . Educational Studies in Mathematics, 21, 165-191. folder L
Lean, G. (1992). Numeration in the cultures of Oceania. Paper presented at Conference at Deakin University, Geelong. GLEC
Lewis, G., & Mulford, W.R. (1974). Conservation of time amongst Papua New Guinean school children: An exploration study. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education, 10(2), 17-37. folder L
Lewis, Y., Hicks, R. & Burke, Y. (1971). Mathematics in Papua New Guinea. Port Moresby Teachers College. (pp. 1-44). folder L
Loupis, G. (1984). Traditional architecture of the Central Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Lae: Appropriate Technology Development Institute and Liklik Buk Information Centre. Box L.
Matang, R. (1996). Towards an ethnomathematical approach to mathematics education in Papua New Guinea. An alternative proposal. Masters thesis, Queensland University of Technology. Matang collection
Matang, R. (1997). The role of ethnomathematics and reflective learning in mathematics education in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Journal of Teacher Education, 4 (1), 7-10. folder M
Matang, R. (1999). The cultural context of mathematics learning and thinking in Papua New Guinea. A paper presented at the 1999 education conference on the theme gEducation for 21st century in Papua New Guinea (and the south pacific). University of Goroka. folder M
Matang, R. (2001). The role of ethnomathematics in mathematics education in Papua New Guinea: Implications for mathematics curriculum. Paper presented at the 11th world congress of comparative education and learning. Commission 6: culture, indigenous knowledge and learning. Korea National university of education. South Korea. folder M
McArthur, A.G. (1995). Towards greater cultural inclusion in junior secondary mathematics at a Northern Territory high school, with special reference to Aboriginal cultures. Research paper for MEd., Faculty of Education, Deakin University. Box M
Muke, C. (2000). Ethnomathematics: A study of the counting system of the Wahgi culture in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Working papers/technical report. Faculty of Science. University of Goroka. folder M
New, R. (1986). The development of sago products in Papua New Guinea. Lae: Appropriate Technology Development Institute and Liklik Buk Information Centre. Box N
Nickson, M. (nd). What is multicultural mathematics? In P. Ernest, (1989). (Ed.). Maths Teaching: The State of the Art. (pp. 236-253). New York: The Falmer Press. folder N
Owens, K. (1996). Applying linguistics in a multidisciplinary study that restructured the history of number: The work of Glendon Lean on the counting systems of Papua New Guinea and Oceania. Paper delivered to International Conference Worlds of Discourse organised by the Association of Applied Linguistics of Australia. folder O
Owens, K. (1996). Mathematics of many communities. folder O
Phythian J.E. (1997). Counting systems of Papua New Guinea. The Papua New Guinea University of Technology Research Nius, 7, (1), 1-11. folder P
Powel, A.B., & Frankenstein, M. (nd). Ethnomathematics: Challenging Eurocentrism in Mathematics Education. State University of New York. pp. 343-411. folder M
Price, J. (1978). Conservation studies in Papua New Guinea. International Journal of Psychology. 13 (1), 1-24. GLEC
Quinn, N., Kojis, B., & Warpeha, P. (1984). Subsistence fishing practices of Papua New Guinea. Lae: Appropriate Technology Development Institute and Liklik Buk Information Centre. Box N
Roberts, T. (nd). A mathematics curriculum framework for Aboriginal communities. folder R
Ruff, W. M. & Ruff, R.E. (nd). The village studies project for the recording of traditional architecture. XXXX , 568-586. folder R
Sankaracarya, J. edited by V. Agrawala. (1965). Vedic Mathematics folder S
Saxe, G. (1981). Body parts as numerals: A developmental analysis of numeration among the Oksapmin in Papua New Guinea. Child development, 52, 306-316. folder S
Saxe, G. (1981). When Fourth Can Precede Second. A Developmental Analysis of an Indigenous Numeration System Among Ponam Islanders in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 12(1), 37-50. folder S
Saxe, G. (1982). Culture and the development of numerical cognition: Studies among the Oksapmin of Papua New Guinea. In C. J. Brainerd (Ed), Children's logical and mathematical cognition (pp. 157-176). Springer-Verlag. folder S
Saxe, G. (1982). Developing forms of arithmetical thought among the Oksapmin of Papua New Guinea. Developmental psychology, 18(4), 583-595. folder S
Saxe, G. (1988). Candy Selling and Maths Learning. Graduate School of Education. University of California, Los Angeles. pp. 14-21. folder S
Saxe, G. (1988). The mathematics of child street vendors. Child Development by the Society for Research in Child Development, Inc, 59, 1415-1425. folder S
Saxe, G. (1988). The mathematics of child street vendors. Child development, 59, 1415-1425. folder S
Saxe, G. (in press). Making change in Oksapmin trade stores: A study of shifting practices of quantification under conditions of rapid shift towards a a cash economy. folder S
Saxe, G., & Gearhart, M. (1990). A developmental analysis of everyday topology in unschooled straw weavers. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 8, 251-258. Folder S
Saxe, G., & Posner, J. (nd). The development of numerical cognition: Cross-cultural perspectives. Pp. 291-317. folder S
Saxe, G., & Stigler, J. (1997?). Indigenous mathematical systems. In D. Wagner (Ed.), Literacy: An international handbook. New York: Garland Publishing. Article folder S
Senft, G. (1997). Referring to space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan languages. Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics. Oxford: Clarendon Press Box S
Serjeantson, S. (1984). Migration and admixture in the Pacific: Insights provided by human leukocyte antigens. Journal of Pacific History, 19 (3), 160-171. UOG lib
Shayer, M. & Wylam, H. (1978). The distribution of Piagetian stages of thinking in British middle and secondary school children. II 14- to 16-year-olds and sex differentials, British Journal of Educational Psychology, 48, 62-70. KALEVA collection
Shea, J., & Yerua. G. (1980). Conservation in community school children in Papua New Guinea. International Journal of Psychology, 15, 11-25. GLEC
Shea, J., Butuna, E., & Zeming, A. (1981). Conservation in community school children from the Milne Bay and Morobe Provinces of Papua New Guinea. International Journal of Psychology, 16, 45-57. GLEC
Siegel, J. (1982). Traditional bridges of Papua New Guinea. Lae: Apprpriate Technology Development Institute and Liklik Buk Information Centre. Box S
Smidt, D. (nd). Symbolic meaning in Kominimung masks. XXXX, 497-521 folder S
Smith, G.P. (nd). Morobe counting systems. 27-53. folder S
South Australia Department of Education Training and Employment (1998). Mathematics Number. Adopt, Adapt, Share 5, The development of counting and numeration systems. Online: www.nexus.edu.au/divisions/curri ulum/units/pdfs/NUMBER1.pdf. Retrieved 2002. folder S
Souviney, R.J. (1981). Indigenous mathematics project. Strategies for mathematical problem solving. Pp. 1-35. Box J
Souviney, R.J. (1981). Indigenous mathematics project. Teaching and learning mathematics in the community schools of Papua New Guinea: Working paper 20, 1-161. GLEC Box S
Spennemann, D. (downloaded 2002). Essays on the Marshallese Past: Traditional Marshallese stickchart navigation. Online: http://marshall.csu.edu.au/html/essays/es-tmc-2.html folder S
Stanton, R. (1994). Location: A cross-cultural mathematics theme in Aboriginal teacher education. Unpublished paper from the Australian Bridging Mathematics Network Conference, 1-18, University of Sydney, June, 1994. folder S
Stigler, W.J., & Perry. M. (1978). Cross cultural studies of mathematics teaching and learning recent findings and new directions. Cross-cultural studies of mathematics teaching, 194-223. folder S
Thornton, M. (1995). Four living maths videos from Northern Territory Aboriginal Community School at Yirrkala. Boulder Valley Films. folder T
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (downloaded 2002). Traditional navigation in the western pacific: A search for pattern. Online: http://www.museum.upenn.edu/Navigation/ folder U
Vlaardingerbroek, B. (1990). Ethnoscience and science teacher training in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Education for Teaching, 16(3), 217-224. Article folder V, Kaleva collection
Wassman, J. & Dasen P.R. (1994). Yupno Number System and Counting. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 25 (1), 78-94 folder W
Wilder, R. (1981). Mathematics as a cultural system. Oxford: Pergamon Press Kaleva collection
Wilson, A., & Wilson, M. (1981). Formal operational thought and science teaching in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea Journal of Education, 17 (2), 187-199. GLEC
Wilson, A., & Wilson, M. (1983). The extent and development of formal operational thought among National high School and preliminary year science students in Papua New Guinea. Report to Department of Education, Waigani, Papua New Guinea. GLEC
Woodrow, D. (1996). How pupils learn maths depends upon who and where you are! Paper presented to ICME 8, Working Group 22, Mathematics Education Society and Culture, 1-7. folder W



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