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By John C. Campbell, Guy de Carmoy, Shinichi Kondo

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We live in a society that is very dependent upon knowledge of mathematics, but that does not value mathematical discourse outside of narrow academic or professional contexts. The Math Forum has gradually built an online realm in which a community of math discourse can be found. By virtue of its collaborative focus, the VMT service may be able to help that community prosper. We are considering related services to help build a collaborative user community. An archive of student discoveries is one possibility that we are exploring using wiki technology, so that students can grow their own repository of discoveries.

The more we try to understand Aznx’s chat postings, the more we see how engaged he is in social activity rituals. He provides group leadership in keeping the group interaction and discourse moving; reflecting, explaining, responding to the facilitator, positioning his teammates, assigning tasks to others. His mathematical utterances are always subtly phrased to maintain desirable social relations within the group and with the facilitator— saving face, supporting before criticizing, leaving ignorances ambiguous, checking in with others on their opinions and understandings, positioning his teammates in the group interaction and assigning tasks to others.

223, §IIxi) suggests, even if a lion could speak, people would not understand it. ). To understand and describe meanings, one must be to some extent a member of the discourse community—in contrast to the alien life forms from the jungle or outer space. Sfard’s discussion of the researcher’s perspective (p. 278f) is correct that analysis requires understanding the data from perspectives other than those of the engaged participants—for instance, to analyze the structures of interactional dynamics and individual trajectories.

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