Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs: A Review

@inproceedings{Handal2003TeachersMB,
  title={Teachers' Mathematical Beliefs: A Review},
  author={Boris Handal},
  year={2003}
}
This paper examines the nature and role of teachers’ mathematical beliefs in instruction. It is argued that teachers’ mathematical beliefs can be categorised in multiple dimensions. These beliefs are said to originate from previous traditional learning experiences mainly during schooling. Once acquired, teachers’ beliefs are eventually reproduced in classroom instruction. It is also argued that, due to their conservative nature, educational environments foster and reinforce the development of… CONTINUE READING

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