The analysis of students' work revealed promising glimpses into distinctions between learning mathematical content and understanding mathematical concepts. These discoveries are disclosed in the contexts from which they emerged and the impact these discoveries had on subsequent classroom discussion are discussed.Colorado has the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) which is aligned with the NAEP. ... Saturn, but both of us assured the other that whatever it was we saw, there were rings around it that you could actually see. ... We couldna#39;t verify for sure if we were ever right, but it seemed to make good sense that if we held those binoculars tight to ... to side, we knew our gaze would have to pass through the very center of the universeathat unknown place where everything began.
|Title||:||Understanding Students' Understanding from the Mathematical Work They Leave Behind: A Qualitative Study of Four Math Teachers Engaged in a Collaborative Professional Learning Community from Analysis of Student Conceptual Learning to Discoveries about Information-processing and Conceptual Mapping|
|Author||:||Craig S. Barnett|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|