ERIC Number: EJ602623
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2000
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Questions To Ask and Issues To Consider While Supervising Elementary Mathematics Student Teachers.
Philip, Randolph A.
Teacher Education Quarterly, v27 n1 p69-86 Win 2000
Presents four questions to consider when supervising elementary mathematics teachers, who come with many preconceptions about teaching and learning mathematics: What mathematical concepts, procedures, or algorithms are you teaching? Are the concepts and procedures part of a unit? What types of questions do you pose? and What understanding of concepts or knowledge of procedure do your students possess before instruction? (SM)
Descriptors: Algorithms, Elementary Education, Elementary School Mathematics, Higher Education, Knowledge Level, Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Teachers, Methods, Preservice Teacher Education, Questioning Techniques, Student Evaluation, Student Teacher Supervisors, Student Teachers, Supervision
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Journal Articles
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