Mathematics Teaching and Mathematics Teachers: A Meta-Case Study
For the Learning of Mathematics Volume 12, Number 3,
Presents a theoretical framework for mathematics teaching research based on a content analysis of Psychology of Mathematics Education proceedings since 1979 and a selection of work outside mathematics education. Discusses the relationship between teachers' beliefs and teacher practice, the relationship between teachers' beliefs and innovation, and the effects of situations on beliefs-in-practice. (104 references) (MDH)
Hoyles, C. (1992). Mathematics Teaching and Mathematics Teachers: A Meta-Case Study. For the Learning of Mathematics, 12(3), 32-44.
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