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Preservice teachers' math teaching anxiety in an online laboratory school
The purpose of this study was to examine preservice teachers’ math teaching anxiety, to explore the relationships between math teaching anxiety and several variables, and to understand how preservice teachers’ math teaching ...
Teachers' Attention to and Flexibility with Referent Units
Attending to the whole unit that a number refers to in a mathematical problem situation and showing flexibility in coordinating different units are foundational for mathematical understanding. In this study, we explored ...
Preservice teachers' understandings of division and ratios in forming proportional relationships
This study aimed at investigating how preservice teachers' understandings of division and reasoning about ratios support and constrain their formation of proportional relationships in terms of quantities. Six preservice ...
Validating psychometric classification of teachers' fraction arithmetic reasoning
In prior work, we fit the mixture Rasch model to item responses from a fractions survey administered to a nationwide sample of middle grades mathematics teachers in the United States. The mixture Rasch model located teachers ...
Enhancing prospective mathematics teachers’ noticing skills through online laboratory school activities
This study investigated how prospective mathematics teachers’ (PMT) noticing skills, (i.e., attending, interpretation, and decision-making) were influenced through online laboratory school (OLS) activities. OLS provided ...
An Online Laboratory School research on pre-service mathematics teachers’ experiences and mathematics teaching anxiety
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we founded an Online Laboratory School (OLS) under the roof of a university in Turkey to support students from public schools that were not technologically prepared for an online education and ...