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Reconstructing mathematics practices
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This case study follows the journeys of two middle school mathematics teachers as they endeavour to reform their teaching practices. The study examines the interrelationship between mathematics histories, teacher efficacy, professional development and social context on the evolution of mathematics beliefs and disposition to change.The findings underscore the centrality of emotional and intellectual work in the educational change process. Intellectually, teachers struggle to develop new understandings of mathematics and pedagogy, while emotionally they struggle with feelings of self-doubt and ineptness. Despite the intellectual and emotional labour, the research participants committed themselves to reforming their practices. The study demonstrates that this positive disposition to change develops over a lifetime and is nurtured by various sources. These diverse experiences cultivate personal and professional characteristics that significantly impact one"s perspective on mathematics teaching and educational change. Specifically, the participants" cited reform mathematics beliefs; confidence in their content and pedagogical content knowledge; high self-efficacy and teacher efficacy beliefs; personal commitment to learning, supplemented by the view that teaching is, in itself, educative; and affective characteristics including risk-taking, creativity, ambition, and curiosity as being central to their ability to embrace educational change in their mathematics practices.Finally, the findings highlight external factors that may foster teachers" willingness to pursue changes within their practice. Specifically, the research emphasizes the importance of encouraging teachers to (1) self-select professional development experiences, of which should focus equally on exploring mathematics beliefs and developing practices; (2) seek the support of a purposefully chosen mentor; and (3) develop a mentoring mosaic, which may include developing collegial relationships, enrolling in relevant university courses, reading applicable journals and other resource materials that may support teachers" efforts to change their mathematics practices.The study is significant as it reveals the merit of mathematics histories as a viable means for understanding the origin and duration of teachers" beliefs, thus reducing inconsistencies between espoused beliefs and teaching practices. The study demonstrates the significance of mathematics stories in providing alternative perspectives for understanding the development of teachers" beliefs about mathematics and pedagogy, the sources of their confidence and efficacy beliefs, and their disposition to change.
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In this conceptual piece, I explore complex and contradictory conversations during an idea mapping task in which prospective elementary teachers interrogated dominant discourses within mathematics education, such as “mathematics is everywhere” and “being a math person.” I argue that this exercise of engaging with contradictions provided prospective teachers with opportunities to tease.
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Reconstructing Mathematics Education: Stories of Teachers Meeting the Challenge of Reform. Schifter, Deborah; Fosnot, Catherine Twomey This book tells the stories of teachers who, guided by evolving understandings of constructivist mathematics learning, are meeting the challenge of reconstructing their teaching by: The examples in the book can provide meaningful considerations then for those looking to understand modeling in context, which may be the best way to understand how contemporary science is engaged in the practice of reconstructing reality." -- Melissa Jacquart, Science and EducationCited by: Reconstructing Mathematics Pedagogy from a Constructivist Perspective constructivist teaching experiment in which problems of teaching practice required the teacher/researcher to explore the Author: Martin Simon.
Constructivist epistemologies have been instrumental in recent research on mathematics learning and have provided a basis for recent mathematics education reform efforts. Although constructivism has the potential to inform changes in mathematics teaching, it offers no particular vision of how mathematics should be taught; models of teaching based on constructivism are by: Pereira P.
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/ Simon, Martin. In: Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Vol. 26,p. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review. Daniel is professor of the practice of mathematics and associate recent publications is Reconstructing the Common Good in Education: Coping written, edited, or coedited books on mathematics education, including four vol-umes of Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education(, The focus is on teaching mathematical topics through problem-solving contexts and enquiry-oriented environments which are characterised by the teacher 'helping students construct a deep understanding of mathematical ideas and processes by engaging them in doing mathematics: creating, conjecturing, exploring, testing, and verifying' (Lester et al.,p).
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The examples in the book can provide meaningful considerations then for those looking to understand modeling in context, which may be the best way to understand how contemporary science is engaged in the practice of reconstructing reality. * Melissa Jacquart, Science and Education *.
In Reconstructing Reality: Models, Mathematics and Simulations (Oxford University Press, ), Margaret Morrison, Professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto, considers the epistemological status of the results of modeling and simulation as compared, and typically contrasted with, the results of experiment.
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