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Kristin Lea Rosander – ProQuest LLC, 2023

As large expenditures are made every year to support the professional learning of teachers, it is critical to know if these endeavors are effective. Mathematics coaching has become an avenue that is believed to be an effective form of professional development in supporting mathematics teachers in their own improvement of teaching mathematics.…

Descriptors: Faculty Development, Mathematics Teachers, Coaching (Performance), Secondary School Teachers

Suryanti, Sri; Nusantara, Toto; Parta, I. Nengah; Irawati, Santi – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2022

Research on mathematics teacher professional development has emphasized primarily teaching quality enhancement. Mathematics task as one of the vital components in mathematics teacher education has been sparsely investigated. The purpose of this research is to explore mathematics teachers' beliefs and practices in applying a problem-based task…

Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Foreign Countries, Mathematics Teachers, Teaching Experience

Voogt, Kevin; Bieda, Kristen – Mathematics Teacher Educator, 2022

This article explores one novice mathematics teacher educator's initial use of the Mathematical Quality in Planning Protocol, an innovative tool that was developed to assist in providing feedback on the mathematical quality of novice mathematics teachers' lesson plans. The protocol was devised to help mathematics teacher educators bridge the gap…

Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Educators, Educational Quality

Sengul, Ozden – European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2023

A framework for K-12 science education (National Research Council [NRC], 2012) supports science learning on social and political issues to make informed decisions and solve problems. Socio-scientific issues have been considered as a context to teach characteristics of nature of science (NOS). This study is a qualitative study in nature to examine…

Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Scientific Principles, COVID-19

Elçin Emre-Akdogan – Teaching Mathematics and Its Applications, 2023

Students' use of problem posing is an assessment tool for evaluating mathematical creativity, and it plays a substantial role in creative tasks. Integrating problem-posing tasks into a curriculum is beneficial for teaching and learning mathematics. The Photo-Math Project is an example of problem posing in terms of generating new problems. This…

Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Problem Solving, Creativity

Weiland, Travis; Poling, Lisa L. – Mathematics Teacher Educator, 2022

The spaces we inhabit and the physical communities in which we learn all affect how we come to experience the world, construct what mathematics is to us, and develop how we teach mathematics. In this theory-to-practice article, we discuss why explicitly considering spatial ways of knowing is important in mathematics teacher education. We begin by…

Descriptors: Spatial Ability, Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education

Fitriati, Fitriati; Rosli, Roslinda; Iksan, Zanaton H. – Journal on Mathematics Education, 2023

Planning a mathematics lesson plan is a complex process. Its quality contributes to the effectiveness of mathematics instruction. Given this significance, improving prospective mathematics teachers' lesson planning ability is essential for teacher preparation programs to produce effective teachers. This study examines how a lesson study within a…

Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Lesson Plans, Mathematics Teachers, College School Cooperation

Gjøvik, Øistein; Kaspersen, Eivind; Farsani, Danyal – Research in Mathematics Education, 2023

In this paper, we describe how pre-service teachers portray stereotypical mathematics teachers. Using longitudinal data -- from 2007 to 2020 -- of pre-service teachers' drawings (N = 767), we report on four clusters of stereotypical mathematics teachers. In all clusters, we find significant gender differences. Stereotypical teachers in two…

Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Gender Differences, Sex Stereotypes, Gender Bias

Ilhan, Aziz; Akin, M. Faysal – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2022

The present study aimed to analyse the context-based problem solutions of pre-service mathematics teachers, their mathematical sentences formation skills and misconceptions. Thus, the participating pre-service mathematics teachers were asked to solve context-based problems, form mathematical sentences formation, predict misconceptions that they…

Descriptors: Misconceptions, Problem Solving, Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Instruction

Weller, Jacolyn – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2022

This paper captures and reports on mathematics pre-service teacher (PST) voices. Mathematics PSTs, in a tertiary mathematics secondary curriculum teaching subject assessment, were asked to perform a small-scale literature review on an issue they identified as important in mathematics teaching. The assessment, written as an article, required…

Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Mathematics Teachers

Cherry M. Pasayloon – Online Submission, 2023

This quantitative study examined the technological capability and teaching proficiency of 40 Mathematics teachers in using ICT-based instruction, with a gender distribution of 47.5% female (19) and 52.5% male. An adapted and revised questionnaire was used along with the checklist as main instrument to gather the needed data. The results showed…

Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Information Technology

Ernest Kofi Davis; Daniel Gbormittah – SAGE Open, 2023

This study sought to ascertain how Senior High School mathematics teachers perceived Continuous Assessment (CA) and used CA scores. It also explored relationships between teachers' perceptions of CA and their use of CA scores as well as the difficulties mathematics teachers faced administering CA. One hundred sixty (160) Senior High School…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Evaluation Methods

Wasserman, Nicholas H. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2022

This paper provides an empirical exploration of mathematics teachers' planned practices. Specifically, it explores the practice of foreshadowing, which was one of Wasserman's (2015) four mathematical teaching practices. The study analyzed n = 16 lessons that were planned by pairs of highly qualified and experienced secondary mathematics teachers,…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Secondary School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Educational Practices

Bosica, John – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2022

Preservice elementary school teachers are under ever increasing pressure to deliver quality mathematics instruction to their students. Mathematics anxiety and mathematics teacher efficacy are constructs that are commonly measured in preservice elementary school teachers and are used to help identify future challenges these preservice teachers…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Mathematics Instruction

Emily B. Hare – ProQuest LLC, 2024

Teachers' ability to elicit and use evidence of student thinking during instruction is critical in high-quality mathematics instruction. The practice of anticipating students' mathematics supports teachers in noticing and being prepared to respond to student thinking during in-the-moment instruction. To date, most research on anticipating has…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Secondary School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Learner Engagement