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Characterizing Pedagogical Flow - An Investigation of Mathematics and Science Teaching in Six

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Characterizing Pedagogical Flow presents conclusions from a multi-disciplinary, multi-national research project blending quantitative and qualitative approaches through a discourse methodology. The work produced portraits of mathematics and science education that were dramatically different for each of the countries involved: France, Japan, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States.

Characterizing Pedagogical Flow presents conclusions from a multi-disciplinary, national research project blending quantitative and qualitative methodologies. The project investigated the mathematics and science curriculum, teaching, and classroom practices in six : Hardcover.

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The splintered character of mathematics and science curricula in the U.S. is mirrored in the textbooks used by teachers and students. American textbooks are unfocused in several ways: Topics Included. The U.S. mathematics and science textbooks include far more topics than was typical internationally at all three grade levels analyzed.

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ISBN Gilah C. Leder, Bundoora (Australia) The book brings together the experiences of a group of researchers from six different countries (France, Japan. International Reports International Reports International Reports Characterizing Pedagogical Flow.

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The purpose of this research was to determine the pre-service primary mathematics teachers’ competency of pedagogical content knowledge in mathematics. The data were collected by means of four open ended problems from the participation of 45 primary mathematics teacher candidates.

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