Lee, J., Kim, J-H., Kim, S-M., & Lim, W. (2018). How to envision equitable mathematics instruction: Views of U.S. and Korean preservice teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 69, 275–288. doi: 10.1016/j.tate.2017.10.010
We discuss affordances and liabilities of using a storyboard to depict a written case of a teacher’s dilemma that involves race, opportunity to learn, and student community. We rely on reflections by the teacher educator who authored the written case and later depicted it as a storyboard to use it with his preservice teachers (PSTs).
Although teacher education is the formal means by which novices are prepared for teaching, they come having already had significant experience in schools. Preservice teachers have formed habits of “teaching” which influence their learning to teach. This article reports a study of the specific knowledge of and skills with teaching practice that novices bring to teacher education with respect to one teaching practice, eliciting student thinking in elementary mathematics, and describes the use of a standardized teaching simulation to learn about novices’ skills.
Amidon, J., Chazan, D., Grosser-Clarkson, D., & Fleming, E. (2017). Meet me in Azul’s room: Designing a virtual field placement for learning to teach mathematics. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 6(1), 52–66. DOI10.5951/mathteaceduc.6.1.0052
In this October 25th webinar, NSF Program Director Rob Ochsendorf introduced DR K-12 grantees to the ins and outs of project management, sharing information on evaluation and reporting, advisory boards, Institutional Review Boards (IRBs), NSF Highlights, and more. Attendees were able to ask questions at the end.
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In this brief, CADRE has compiled tips on preparing and submitting NSF project reports—annual, interim, final, and product outcome reports.
Find resources to help manage your NSF project.
- Nuts & Bolts of Project Management - Webinar Slides and Recording
- Awardee Guide to Using CADREK12.org
Annual, Interim, Final and Project Outcome Reporting