• Psychology
  • Published 1998

Teachers' Frameworks for Understanding Children's Mathematical Thinking.

@inproceedings{Bright1998TeachersFF,
  title={Teachers' Frameworks for Understanding Children's Mathematical Thinking.},
  author={George W. Bright and Anita H. Bowman and Nancy Nesbitt Vacc},
  year={1998}
}
This study examines how teachers' frameworks for human development, curriculum, and mathematics influence how they interpret children's mathematical thinking. The teachers in the study were participants in a professional development project to help them implement cognitively-guided instruction (CGI) in their mathematics instruction. Data on teacher beliefs, interpretations of children's solutions to mathematics problems, and instructional decision making were gathered. Results suggest that… CONTINUE READING

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