Presentation Title

Using Improvement Science to Promote Mathematics Teaching Practices and Equity during Clinical Experiences

Location

Waldorf

Start

1-16-2018 10:30 AM

End

1-16-2018 11:45 AM

Short Description

This presentation will describe how a national partnership among mathematics teacher educators is using an improvement science research design to promote mathematics teaching practices and equitable learning opportunities. Initially, the presenter will describe the continuum of collaborative and student-focused clinical experiences, including co-planning /co-teaching and paired placement fieldwork models. Subsequently, insights of measures used to garner data across the continuum about the impact of pre-service teachers’ equitable implementation of the Mathematics Teaching Practices (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics [NCTM], 2014) will be discussed.

Abstract

This presentation will describe how a national partnership among mathematics teacher educators is using an improvement science research design to promote mathematics teaching practices and equitable learning opportunities. Initially, the presenter will describe the continuum of collaborative and student-focused clinical experiences, including co-planning /co-teaching and paired placement fieldwork models. Subsequently, insights of measures used to garner data across the continuum about the impact of pre-service teachers’ equitable implementation of the Mathematics Teaching Practices (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics [NCTM], 2014) will be discussed.

This presentation in intended for a researcher and practitioner audience. It is connected to the conference theme because it seeks to highlight a national effort to improve teacher preparation programs.

Format

Concurrent Session

Institutional level targeted

Higher Ed

Moderator

Ruthmae Sears, USF

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Jan 16th, 10:30 AM Jan 16th, 11:45 AM

Using Improvement Science to Promote Mathematics Teaching Practices and Equity during Clinical Experiences

Waldorf

This presentation will describe how a national partnership among mathematics teacher educators is using an improvement science research design to promote mathematics teaching practices and equitable learning opportunities. Initially, the presenter will describe the continuum of collaborative and student-focused clinical experiences, including co-planning /co-teaching and paired placement fieldwork models. Subsequently, insights of measures used to garner data across the continuum about the impact of pre-service teachers’ equitable implementation of the Mathematics Teaching Practices (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics [NCTM], 2014) will be discussed.

This presentation in intended for a researcher and practitioner audience. It is connected to the conference theme because it seeks to highlight a national effort to improve teacher preparation programs.