Mathematics Teacher Educators' Perceptions and Use of Cognitive Research.

  title={Mathematics Teacher Educators' Perceptions and Use of Cognitive Research.},
  author={Elida V. Laski and Todd D. Reeves and Colleen M Ganley and Rebecca Mitchell},
  journal={Mind, Brain, and Education},
  • Elida V. Laski, Todd D. Reeves, +1 author Rebecca Mitchell
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology
  • Mind, Brain, and Education
  • Instructors (N=204) of elementary mathe- matics methods courses completed a survey assessing the extent to which they value cognitive research and incorporate itintotheircourses.Instructors'responsesindicatedthatthey viewcognitiveresearchtobefairlyimportantformathematics education, particularly studies of domain-specific topics, and thattheyemphasizetopicsprominentinpsychologystudiesof mathematical thinking in their courses. However, instructors reported seldom accessing this research through… CONTINUE READING

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