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Fetiye Aydeniz Temizer – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
A 12-episode constructivist teaching experiment with two pairs of elementary preservice teachers was conducted to examine how they reason distributively and proportionally. Specifically, I studied how prospective teachers reason with ratios as multiplicative comparisons. Prospective teachers solved different problems in one specific context (Step…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Elementary School Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Mathematical Logic
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Dorte Moeskaer Larsen; Camilla Hellsten Østergaard; Klaus Rasmussen – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
The implementation of large-scale intervention and development projects is often problematic, and the impacts of such projects usually fall somewhat short of what was expected. Additionally, the rationalities of intervention projects are not carried over into classroom teaching as directly as expected. This problem is generally known, but…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Faculty Development, Teacher Education
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Mariana Alvidrez; Nicole Louie; Mourat Tchoshanov – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
This interpretive cross-case study investigates complexity in the ways teachers frame mistakes and the reasons behind their framing, challenging the assumption in the literature that productive beliefs about errors generate productive error-handling practices, while unproductive beliefs result in unproductive practices. The study draws on…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Epistemology, Error Patterns
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Rose Mary Zbiek; Susan A. Peters; Benjamin Galluzzo; Stephanie J. White – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
This study explores secondary mathematics teachers' perceptions of the experiences that contributed to their capacities to understand mathematical modeling and to facilitate students' modeling experiences. The retrospective research methods and transformative learning theory frame used in the study honor teachers as adult learners and value their…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Attitudes
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Sarah Lilly; Kristen N. Bieda; Peter A. Youngs – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2024
Given that early career elementary teachers face pressure to plan pedagogy that provides equitable opportunities to learn mathematics for understanding, it is important to consider their mathematics lesson planning practices. This study uses interview data to compare the planning practices of four early career teachers (ECTs) who consistently…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Teachers, Instructional Development, Beginning Teachers
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Lee, Mi Yeon; Lee, Ji-Eun – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
In this study, hypothetical samples of students' work on a task involving pattern generalizations were used to examine the characteristics of the ways in which 154 elementary prospective teachers (PSTs) paid attention to students' work in mathematics. The analysis included what the PSTs attended to, their interpretations, and their suggestions for…
Descriptors: Generalization, Mathematics Instruction, Learning Processes, Thinking Skills
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Kane, Britnie Delinger; Saclarides, Evthokia Stephanie – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
Mathematics coaching is complex work, and coaches must be supported to become experts in mathematics, mathematics instruction, and mathematics coaching. Using video and interview data from 12 mathematics coaches and one district administrator in one public school district in the southeastern USA, this qualitative study explores how the…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Coaching (Performance), Faculty Development, Learner Engagement
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Girit Yildiz, Dilek; Osmanoglu, Aslihan; Gundogdu Alayli, Funda – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
This qualitative study examined how prospective mathematics teachers attend to, interpret, and respond to student misconceptions through providing them a video-case-based professional development environment. A sample of 30 prospective teachers attending an elective course was asked to watch video cases about student misconceptions related to the…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Professional Development, Video Technology
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Ding, Meixia; Li, Xiaobao; Manfredonia, Monica L.; Luo, Wenda – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
This study aims to explore teacher noticing differences of the sampled US and Chinese elementary teachers from cross-cultural mathematics videos. A total of 34 expert teachers commented on 25 video clips online. We coded what and how teachers noticed from the videos both quantitatively and qualitatively. Findings reveal teachers' strong interests…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Attention, Video Technology
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Baldry, Fay; Mann, Jacqueline; Horsman, Rachael; Koiwa, Dai; Foster, Colin – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
In this paper, we analyse a grade 8 (age 13-14) Japanese problem-solving lesson involving angles associated with parallel lines, taught by a highly regarded, expert Japanese mathematics teacher. The focus of our observation was on how the teacher used carefully planned board work to support a rich and extensive plenary discussion (neriage) in…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Grade 8, Lesson Plans, Mathematics Teachers
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Marcinek, Tibor; Jakobsen, Arne; Partová, Edita – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
The measures of mathematical knowledge for teaching developed at the University of Michigan in the U.S., have been adapted and used in studies measuring teacher knowledge in several countries around the world. In the adaptation, many of these studies relied on comparisons of item parameters and none of them considered a comparison of raw data. In…
Descriptors: Mathematics Skills, Cross Cultural Studies, Foreign Countries, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Copur-Gencturk, Yasemin; Choi, Hye-Jeong; Cohen, Alan – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
Examining teachers' knowledge on a large scale involves addressing substantial measurement and logistical issues; thus, existing teacher knowledge assessments have mainly consisted of selected-response items because of their ease of scoring. Although open-ended responses could capture a more complex understanding of and provide further insights…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Statistical Analysis, Models
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Reinke, Luke T.; Stephan, Michelle; Ayan-Civak, Rukiye; Casto, Amanda R. – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
In response to recent trends in the field of mathematics education, real-world contexts are frequently found in curricula and classrooms across the world. Numerous scholars contend that, in addition to making instruction more engaging and relevant, rich, imaginable contexts can provide a semantic grounding that helps students deeply understand…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Mathematical Concepts, Concept Formation, Teaching Methods
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Charalambous, Charalambos Y.; Agathangelou, Sofia A.; Kasapi, Evridiki; Christofidou, Elena – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
Over the past decade, teaching mathematics ambitiously has received increased attention. In this paper, we argue that to materialize this vision in contemporary classes we need to understand how practicing teachers experiment with certain aspects of this teaching and what challenges they encounter. Toward this end, we focus on an aspect of…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Experimental Teaching, Elementary School Teachers
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Parrish, Christopher W.; Snider, Rachel B.; Creager, Mark A. – Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2023
Cognitively demanding tasks have been shown to support students' understanding of mathematics. How a task is launched, or introduced, determines how students engage with the task, as well as the type of work the teacher engages in during the task implementation. The authors designed a unit focused on launching a task where prospective teachers…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Preservice Teachers, Difficulty Level, Cognitive Processes
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