Researching and using learning progressions (trajectories) in mathematics education

Siemon, D, Horne, M, Clements, D, Confrey, J, Maloney, A, Sarama, J, Tzur, R and Watson, A 2017, 'Researching and using learning progressions (trajectories) in mathematics education', in Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Singapore, 17-22 July 2017, pp. 109-136.


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Title Researching and using learning progressions (trajectories) in mathematics education
Author(s) Siemon, D
Horne, M
Clements, D
Confrey, J
Maloney, A
Sarama, J
Tzur, R
Watson, A
Year 2017
Conference name 41st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
Conference location Singapore
Conference dates 17-22 July 2017
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
Publisher PME
Place of publication Singapore
Start page 109
End page 136
Total pages 28
Abstract The relationship between research and practice has long been an area of interest for researchers, policy makers and practitioners alike. One obvious arena where mathematics education research can make a practical contribution is the design and implementation of school mathematics curricula. This requires research that is fine-grained and focused on individual student learning trajectories as well as large-scale research that explores how student populations engage with the big ideas of mathematics. This research forum brings together work from the United States and Australia on the development and use of evidence-based learning progressions/trajectories in mathematics. In particular, the forum will consider their basis in theory, their focus and scale, and the methods used to identify and validate learning progressions.
Subjects Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Mathematics and Numeracy Curriculum and Pedagogy
Education Assessment and Evaluation
Keyword(s) mathematics education
learning progressions
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ISBN 9789811137426
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