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San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Wertsch, L. (1991). Voices of the mind. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. , & Cobb, P. (1996) Sociomathematical norms, argumentation, and autonomy in mathematics. Journal of Research in Mathematics Education, 27, 458–477. Secada Patricia Williams Berman University of Wisconsin-Madison Our purpose in this chapter is to suggest how educators who are interested in teaching for student understanding of mathematics can enrich their efforts by incorporating concerns for equity in their curriculum, program development, classroom processes, assessment, or research efforts.
Reflection on the task while carrying it out can also be encouraged directly by asking students to articulate what they are doing during the process of solving a problem. One possibility is for teachers to talk to students as they are solving a problem, asking the students to explain assumptions and why they are pursuing the strategy that they have chosen. ” encourage reflection. Being asked such questions on a regular basis helps students internalize them, so that they will ask themselves the same questions as they think about a given task.
1991). Marketing the curriculum: Core versus non-core subjects in one junior high school. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of WisconsinMadison. Carpenter Richard Lehrer University of Wisconsin-Madison In order to prepare mathematically literate citizens for the 21st century, classrooms need to be restructured so mathematics can be learned with understanding. Teaching for understanding is not a new goal of instruction: School reform efforts since the turn of the 20th century have focused on ways to create learning environments so that students learn with understanding.
50 Graphic Organizers for Reading, Writing & More by Linda Irwin-DeVitis, Karen Bromley, Marcia Modlo