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Identyfying Critical Incidents: A Context for Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Development

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Tea and coffee available before meeting from 4.30pm

The seminar will be based on a study conducted by myself and three other colleagues, focusing on prospective mathematics teachers’ reflections on teaching practice at the secondary level. The 22 participants were engaged in a number of activities such as observing mathematics classrooms, designing and teaching in the context of a one semester mathematics education course and were asked to identify critical classroom incidents. The results indicate a progression of prospective teachers’ noticing of classroom practice and development of teaching awareness marked by shifts in analysing and interpreting classroom events

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Seminars series.

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