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Developing Mathematics Reform: What Don't We Know About Teacher Learning -- But Would Make Good Working Hypotheses?

Abstract

In this paper, Ball discusses teacher learning in relation to teaching mathematics. She examines the question of how we might "engage a wider community in developing and enacting reform," focusing on what we know about teachers and mathematics reforms as well as what we still need to learn about engaging teachers in education reform.



Ball, D.L. (1997). "Developing Mathematics Reform: What Don't We Know About Teacher Learning -- But Would Make Good Working Hypotheses?" In S. Friel & G. Bright (eds.), Reflecting on our work: NSF Teacher Enhancement in K-6 Mathematics, pp. 77-111. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.



Copyright (c) 1997, University Press of America. All rights reserved. Used with permission. To order this book, please call 1-800-462-6420.

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