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Preservice Elementary Teachers‟ Pedagogical Content Knowledge Related to Area and Perimeter: A Teacher Development Experiment Investigating Anchored Instruction With Web-Based Microworlds

@inproceedings{Kellogg2010PreserviceET,
  title={Preservice Elementary Teachers‟ Pedagogical Content Knowledge Related to Area and Perimeter: A Teacher Development Experiment Investigating Anchored Instruction With Web-Based Microworlds},
  author={Matt Kellogg},
  year={2010}
}
Practical concepts, such as area and perimeter, have an important part in today‟s school mathematics curricula. Research indicates that students and preservice teachers (PSTs) struggle with and harbor misconceptions regarding these topics. Researchers suggest that alternative instructional methods be investigated that enhance PSTs‟ conceptual understanding and encourage deeper student thinking. To address this need, this study examined and described what and how PSTs learn as they engage in… Expand
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