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Sfard, Anna
(2007)
*When the Rules of Discourse Change, but Nobody Tells You: Making Sense of Mathematics Learning From a Commognitive Standpoint.*
Journal of the Learning Sciences, 16 (4).
pp. 565-613.
ISSN 1050-8406

Sfard, Anna and Prusak, Anna
(2005)
*Telling identities: In Search of an Analytic Tool for Investigating Learning as a Culturally Shaped Activity.*
Educational Researcher, 34 (4).
pp. 14-22.

Sfard, Anna
(2005)
*What Could be More Practical than Good Research?: On Mutual Relations Between Research and Practice of Mathematics Education.*
Educational Studies in Mathematics, 58 (3).
pp. 393-413.
ISSN 0013-1954

Sfard, Anna
(2005)
*What changes when learning goes to school: The communicational version, the case of mathematics.*
European Journal of School Psychology, 3 (1).
pp. 301-306.

Sfard, Anna and McClain, Kay
(2002)
*Guest Editor's Introduction: Analyzing Tools: Perspectives on the Role of Designed Artifacts in Mathematics Learning.*
Journal of the Learning Sciences, 11 (2&3).
pp. 153-161.
ISSN 1050-8406

Sfard, Anna
(2001)
*There is more to discourse than meets the ears: looking at thinking as communicating to learn more about mathematical learning.*
Educational Studies in Mathematics, 46 (1-3).
pp. 13-57.
ISSN 0013-1954

Tang, Sarah and Morgan, Candia and Sfard, Anna
(2012)
*Investigating the evolution of school mathematics through the lens of examinations : Developing an analytical framework.*
In:
12th International Congress on mathematical Education.
UNSPECIFIED, Seoul.

Morgan, Candia and Tang, Sarah and Sfard, Anna
(2011)
*Grammatical structure and mathematical activity: comparing examination questions.*
In:
Proceedings of the British Society for Research into the Learning of Mathematics.
UNSPECIFIED.

Sfard, Anna
(2009)
*Disabling Numbers: On the Secret Charm of Numberese and Why It Should Be Resisted.*
In:
Mathematical Relationships in Education: Identities and Participation.
Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 9-18.
ISBN 9780415996846