Grant, Kline, Crumbaugh, Kim, & Cengiz (2009)

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How Can Curriculum Materials Support Teachers in Pursuing Student Thinking During Whole-Group Discussions?

Outline of Headings

  • Context
  • The Support Materials in Investigations
  • Supporting Teachers' Efforts to Elicit and Extend Student Thinking
    • A Lesson with Support Material for Eliciting Student Thinking
    • The Enacted Lesson
    • Revisiting the Support from the Curriculum Materials
    • A Lesson with Support Material for Extending Student Thinking
    • The Enacted Lesson
    • Revisiting the Support from the Curriculum Materials
  • Discussion
  • Implications

Also

APA
Grant, T. J., Kline, K., Crumbaugh, C., Kim, O.-K., & Cengiz, N. (2009). How can curriculum materials support teachers in pursuing student thinking during whole-group discussions? In J. T. Remillard, B. A. Herbel-Eisenmann, & G. M. Lloyd (Eds.), Mathematics teachers at work: Connecting curriculum materials and classroom instruction (pp. 103–117). New York, NY: Routledge.
BibTeX
@incollection{Grant2009,
address = {New York, NY},
author = {Grant, Theresa J and Kline, Kate and Crumbaugh, Carol and Kim, Ok-Kyeong and Cengiz, Nesrin},
booktitle = {Mathematics teachers at work: Connecting curriculum materials and classroom instruction},
chapter = {8},
editor = {Remillard, Janine T and Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A and Lloyd, Gwendolyn M},
pages = {103--117},
publisher = {Routledge},
title = {{How can curriculum materials support teachers in pursuing student thinking during whole-group discussions?}},
year = {2009}
}