This book tells a single story, in many voices, about a serious and sustained set of changes in mathematics teaching practice in a high school and how those efforts influenced and were influenced by a local university. It challenges us to rethink boundaries between theory and practice and the relative roles of teachers and university faculty in educational endeavors.students experience their mathematics courses at Holt quite differently than do many high school students in the US. ... The chapters in this section that follow complement the quantitative data provided in the introduction with essays that document the experiences ... holds true nationwide with significantly more 12th- graders having taken Algebra 2 and fewer having taken only Algebra 1 or earlier coursesanbsp;...
|Author||:||Daniel Chazan, Sandra Callis, Michael Lehman|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2011-12-19|