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Understanding Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Processes for Making Sense of Students' Work with Technology
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Journal for Research in Mathematics Education Volume 42, Number 1, ISSN 0021-8251

Abstract

This study investigated the processes used by prospective mathematics teachers as they examined middle-school students' work solving statistical problems using a computer software program. Ways in which the model may be used by other researchers and implications for the design of pedagogical tasks for prospective teachers are discussed. (Contains 15 figures, 1 footnote, and 1 table.)

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Wilson, P.H., Lee, H.S. & Hollebrands, K.F. (2011). Understanding Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Processes for Making Sense of Students' Work with Technology. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 42(1), 39-64. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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