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Curricular Resources and Classroom Use
The Case of Mathematics329Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Curricular resources have a significant influence on students' opportunities to learn. At the same time, teachers play a crucial role as interpreters of such materials. This book examines how to make the most of the potential of curricular resources to support classroom work.
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Ghislaine Gueudet, Educational Studies in Mathematics The theories and methods are very clearly presented and commented, and usefully illustrated by examples. More generally, the choice of presentation is very relevant, and could be recommended to all researchers trying to communicate their theories and methods to a large audience of students and colleagues.
Janine T. Remillard, Michael Manganello and Amber Daniel, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education Stylianides provides detailed analytical guidelines to answer questions about curriculum fidelity... the book offers detailed methodological guidance and options for audiences interested in examining mathematical tasks in curriculum resources.
Ray Huntley, The Mathematical Gazette Amongst the various texts for mathematics teachers and educators, most focus on the subject knowledge or pedagogy for teaching and learning. Occasionally a book comes to the surface which sets out various resources which can be used for teaching different topics effectively. This book goes a step further, by examining not only a range of possible mathematics resources but also looking at some of the key recent research which underpins the use of the resources and
implications for future resource development.
Woong Lim, MAA Reviews I feel this book deserves recognition for the thoughtful examination (to an exhaustive degree) of the U.S. literature on mathematics curriculum as well as European scholarship and for the author's success in framing the interaction between student learning and use of curricular resources in the classroom with his own worldview.
Peter Hall, The Mathematical Gazette The book is fairly concise but packs in lots of information and references. For others studying this area this is clearly a helpful read ... For anyone with an academic interest in curricular resources this book looks like an essential read.
Gabriel Stylianides is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education and a Fellow of Worcester College at the University of Oxford. Previously he spent five years as an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. A Fulbright scholar, he received MSc degrees in mathematics and mathematics education, and then his PhD in mathematics education, at the University of Michigan. He has served on the Editorial Boards of the Elementary School Journal and the International Journal of Educational Research, and he received an American Educational Research Association Publication Award for his 2009 article "Reasoning-and-proving in Mathematics Textbooks."