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Reflections on an Emerging Field: Researching Mathematics Teacher Education
This paper reports a survey of research in mathematics teacher education from 1999 to 2003 done by an international team of five mathematics educators and researchers. The survey included publishedExpand
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Teachers as Stakeholders in mathematics education research
This paper states three claims dealing with the relationship between mathematics education researchers and mathematics teachers: (1) Mathematics education research is a highly diverse field; (2)Expand
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TEACHERS' GROWTH IS MORE THAN THE GROWTH OF INDIVIDUAL TEACHERS: THE CASE
This paper tells the story of Gisela, a mathematics teacher and vice-principal at an Austrian urban secondary school. Reflections on her pre-service teacher education and her struggle forExpand
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Mathematics Teacher Education
In the last 20 years, there have been three common trends in the literature on the education of mathematics teachers: (1) the increasing attention of teacher educators and researchers to the socialExpand
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Inservice Mathematics Teacher Education: The Importance of Listening
This chapter addresses issues related to practice and research in inservice teacher education programs. Some issues are addressed through the eyes of Maria, an experienced teacher, who participatesExpand
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Reflections on the increasing relevance of large-scale professional development
This paper focuses on commonalities and differences of three approaches to large-scale professional development (PD) in mathematics education, based on two studies from Germany and one from theExpand
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Powerful tasks: A contribution to a high level of acting and reflecting in mathematics instruction
Mathematics instruction contains two conflicting demands: on the one hand, the demand for economical efficiency and for well-developed “motorways” and, on the other hand, the demand that pupilsExpand
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