Comparison and contrast: similarities and differences of teachers’ views of effective mathematics teaching and learning from four regions

@article{Bryan2007ComparisonAC,
  title={Comparison and contrast: similarities and differences of teachers’ views of effective mathematics teaching and learning from four regions},
  author={Carole A. Bryan and T. Wang and Bob Perry and N. Wong and J. Cai},
  journal={ZDM},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={329-340}
}
  • Carole A. Bryan, T. Wang, +2 authors J. Cai
  • Published 2007
  • Mathematics, Psychology
  • ZDM
  • This paper brings together the findings of the previous papers in this volume and makes comparisons between the findings from each of the four regions considered. The findings of these comparisons suggest that there are particular characteristics of effective teachers and teaching in mathematics that can be ascribed to Eastern cultures and some other characteristics that can be best ascribed to Western cultures. However, perhaps more strikingly, there are many similarities in the ways in which… CONTINUE READING
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