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Hino, Keiko

Research Advances in the Mathematical Education of Pre-service Elementary Teachers

Hino, Keiko - Research Advances in the Mathematical Education of Pre-service Elementary Teachers, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Pre-service Teachers’ Mathematics-Content and Mathematics-Specific Pedagogical Preparation

1. Using Mathematics-Pedagogy Tasks to Facilitate the Professional Growth of Pre-service Elementary Teachers
Fou-Lai Lin, Hui-Yu Hsu

2. Investigating the Relationship Between Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Math-Specific Knowledge Domains
Roland Pilous, Timo Leuders, Christian Rüede

3. A Self-study of Integrating Computer Technology in a Geometry Course for Prospective Elementary Teachers
Jane-Jane Lo

4. Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Generation of Multiple Representations to Word Problems Involving Proportions
Ryan D. Fox

5. Pre-service Teachers’ Mathematics-Content and Mathematics-Specific Pedagogical Preparation
Ana Donevska-Todorova, Martin Guljamow, Katja Eilerts

Part II. Professional Growth Through Activities and Assessment Tools Used in Mathematics Teacher Preparation Programs

6. Preparing Elementary School Teachers of Mathematics: A Continuing Challenge
Francis (Skip) Fennell

7. Designing Non-routine Mathematical Problems as a Challenge for High Performing Prospective Teachers
Marjolein Kool, Ronald Keijzer

8. Pre-service Teacher Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge of Fractions
Eda Vula, Jeta Kingji-Kastrati

9. Designing Simulations to Learn About Pre-service Teachers’ Capabilities with Eliciting and Interpreting Student Thinking
Meghan Shaughnessy, Timothy Boerst

10. Professional Growth Through Activities and Assessment Tools Used in Mathematics Teacher Preparation Programs
JeongSuk Pang

Part III. Pre-service Mathematics Teachers’ Knowledge and Beliefs

11. An Investigation of Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Argumentation from the Perspective of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching and Evaluating
Yusuke Shinno, Tomoko Yanagimoto, Katsuhiro Uno

12. The Mathematics Backgrounds and Mathematics Self-efficacy Perceptions of Pre-service Elementary School Teachers
Gönül Güneş

13. Mathematics Teachers’ Knowledge and Productive Disposition for Teaching: A Framework and Measure

Erik Jacobson, Fetiye Aydeniz, Mark Creager, Michael Daiga, Erol Uzan

14. Prospective Mathematics Teachers’ Opinions About Their Opportunities for Learning How to Teach to a Diverse Group of Students
Derya Çelik, Serhat Aydın, Zeynep Medine Özmen, Kadir Gürsoy, Duygu Arabacı, Mustafa Güler, Gökay Açıkyıldız, Gönül Güneş, Ramazan Gürbüz, Osman Birgin

15. Pre-service Mathematics Teachers’ Knowledge and Beliefs
Andreas J. Stylianides, Seán Delaney

Part IV. Perspectives on Noticing in the Preparation of Elementary Mathematics Teachers

16. Learning to Act in-the-Moment: Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Role-Playing on Numbers
Caroline Lajoie

17. The Role of Writing Narratives in Developing Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Noticing
Pedro Ivars, Ceneida Fernández

18. Noticing and Deciding the Next Steps for Teaching: A Cross-University Study with Elementary Pre-service Teachers
Dittika Gupta, Melissa Soto, Lara Dick, Shawn D. Broderick, Mollie Appelgate

19. Understanding the Work of Mathematics Teacher Educators from a Knowledge of Practice Perspective
Wenjuan Li, Alison Castro Superfine

20. Perspectives on Noticing in the Preparation of Elementary Mathematics Teachers
David K. Pugalee

Keywords: Education, Mathematics Education, Teaching and Teacher Education, Learning & Instruction, International and Comparative Education

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
ICME-13 Monographs
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319683423
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-68341-6

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