“Concluding Remarks” summarizes key points from this book, which describes, compares, and exemplifies new research approaches for studying in an interconnected way both curricular resources (e.g., textbooks) and their classroom use, as well as the complex interplay between the two: the comprehensive approach, the practical approach, and the synthetic approach. This chapter also acknowledges limitations, discusses implications for research and practice, and proposes directions for future research. In addition, it explains how the approaches discussed in the book can be applicable in examinations of similar issues in subject areas beyond mathematics (science, history, geography, English, etc.).
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