AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Southampton
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AbstractIn the Erasmus+ Research in Teacher Education (RiTE) project, student teachers are stimulated to use evidence from educational and scientific research to experiment and innovate their teaching and learning processes. In two case studies we use Engestrom’s expansive learning cycle. The first case study reports on the design and implementation of materials designed to enhance student teachers’ critical review of literature in the context of the post-graduate study that is incorporated within their teacher education. The second case study presents the design of collaborative lesson research that aims to foster authentic connections between school-based learning (teaching practice) and research that informs mathematics teaching and learning. We discuss the aims of research-informed mathematics teacher education at each site, demonstrate some of the approaches used and discuss tensions within the design and early implementation of the projects.
CitationBamber, S., & Bokhove, C. (2021). How can we engage mathematics ITE students with research? Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 41(1). https://bsrlm.org.uk/publications/proceedings-of-day-conference/ip41-1/
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