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Using technology for content deliveryUsing technology for content deliveryEwg 205 <div dir="LTR"></div> 12/1/2016 5:00:00 PM12/1/2016 6:00:00 PMFalse
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Dr. Kristen Bieda, Michigan State UniversityDr. Kristen Bieda, Michigan State UniversityEwg 205<div class="WordSection1"><div><p class="MsoNormal" style="">Title: The University Teaching Experience: Creating Early Field Experiences to Prepare Novice Teachers for the Demands of Teaching Mathematics in Schools</p><p class="MsoNormal" style="">Abstract: What does it mean to be a “well-started” novice teacher of mathematics, especially in this era of accountability? Teacher preparation programs face increasing pressure to create curriculum that is responsive to the demands on new teachers in the field. Such responsiveness means that improvements to teacher preparation curriculum account for obligations on the role of teachers in schools at present, so to better develop novices’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions to manage those obligations and teach mathematics for understanding in equitable ways. In this talk, I will focus on results from a project that has designed and investigated the university teaching experience as a model for early field experience that prepares prospective teachers to learn from their teacher preparation coursework and become "well-started novices" in their school-based placements. </p><p class="MsoNormal" style="">About the speaker: Dr. Kristen Bieda is an associate professor of mathematics education. Her research focuses on classroom practices related to reasoning and proof in middle grades and secondary mathematics, with the goal of informing teacher education, curriculum, and professional development programs. Other interests include the use of lesson study in teacher preparation and the development of pre-service teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching through the use of curriculum as well as video-based representations of teaching.</p></div></div>9/29/2016 3:00:00 PM9/29/2016 4:00:00 PMFalse

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  • University of Delaware
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