Main area |
Questions |
Findings |

1. Important characteristics of tasks | What characterizes complex real-world problems? | Wicked problems, Uncertainty, Complexity, Controversy, Risks Multi/Inter/Transdisciplinarity |

2. Pupils’ role in society | Why should pupils (be prepared to) contribute in complex problems in society? | Critical Citizen, Extended peer community |

3. Competences recognized as important | What kind of competences do pupils need when reflecting on complex real-world problems (in the mathematics classroom)? | Mathematical literacy, Reflective knowing, Critical agency, Critique and Dialogue |

4. Aspects of democracy | Why is it important to bring real-world problems into mathematics education from a democracy perspective? | Power, Formatting Power, Responsibility, Ethics, Value Democratization and Global Society |

Overview of four main areas