Negotiating meaning in cross-national studies of mathematics teaching : Kissing frogs to find princes

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  title={Negotiating meaning in cross-national studies of mathematics teaching : Kissing frogs to find princes},
  author={Paul Andrews}
}
This paper outlines the iterative processes by which a multinational team of researchers developed a low-inference framework for the analysis of video-recordings of mathematics lessons drawn from Flemish Belgium, England, Finland, Hungary and Spain. Located within a theoretical framework concerning learning as the negotiation of meaning we discuss problems of linguistic and conceptual equivalence and the manner by which they were resolved. Significantly, when compared with the time-stamped… CONTINUE READING

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