Enactivism and ethnomethodological conversation analysis as tools for expanding Universal Design for Learning: the case of visually impaired mathematics students.

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Abrahamson, D., Flood, V. J., Miele, J. A., & Siu, Y. - T.. (2018). Enactivism and ethnomethodological conversation analysis as tools for expanding Universal Design for Learning: the case of visually impaired mathematics students. . Zdm: The International Journal On Mathematics Education . http://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1007/s11858-018-0998-1 (Original work published 2018)

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