Perspectives on research on effective mathematics teaching

Perspectives on research on effective mathematics teaching

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Addressing fundamental issues in establishing a framework for effective mathematics teaching, the papers provide current research for mathematics instructors and suggestions for future research. Topics discussed include: teaching for higher-order thinking; pedagogical expertise; content determinants; computer usage; cross-cultural studies; and professional and research agendas.For example, in a study of 36 fourth-grade mathematics classrooms in Wisconsin, Peterson and Fennema (1985) found that 43% of ... a group setting; (c) the teacher functioning as the central figure in determining activities and conducting instruction; (d) a predominance of ... skills and concepts in mathematics rather than on higher-order thinking (e.g., Porter, Floden, Freeman, Schmidt, aamp; Schwille, 1987).

Title:Perspectives on research on effective mathematics teaching
Author: Douglas A. Grouws
Publisher:Lawrence Erlbaum - 1988-07-01

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