Translating research into practice through collaborative planning: The case of the so called grid method
AbstractDrawing on research that informs transformative teacher education, this paper will report on an ongoing study that develops mathematics teachers’ knowledge and practice collaboratively. This paper accounts the experiences of a group of Welsh secondary school educators participating in collaborative classroom enquiry designed to develop GCSE students’ understanding of linear and quadratic algebraic expressions. The paper identifies the potential to disturb and improve learning through the use of enactive and iconic representations of algebraic concepts, whilst identifying tensions that arise in the act of changing the context for learning in a secondary school classroom.
CitationBamber, S. (2018). Translating research into practice through collaborative planning. In BSRLM Proceedings, 38(3), King's College London, 10 November 2018.
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