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Subject-specific characteristics of instructional quality in mathematics education
Instructional research in German-speaking countries has conceptualized teaching quality recently according to three generic dimensions, namely, classroom management, student support and cognitive
The links between pedagogical competence, instructional quality, and mathematics achievement in the lower secondary classroom
It is widely assumed that teachers play a key role in providing high-quality learning opportunities to students and fostering students’ learning. Yet it is still unclear how specific teacher
Theoretical and methodological challenges in measuring instructional quality in mathematics education using classroom observations
In this article, we analyze theoretical as well as methodological challenges in measuring instructional quality in mathematics classrooms by examining standardized observational instruments. At the
Profiles of mathematics teachers’ competence and their relation to instructional quality
Most of the research examining the relation between instructional quality (INQUA) and mathematics teachers’ competence was restricted to a limited set of competence facets. Furthermore, mostly
Measuring instructional quality in mathematics education
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Early Career Researcher Day at ICME-13
Over 450 early career researchers from more than 50 different nations joined a special event at the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education in Hamburg, Germany. On July 24th, the Early