Professionalizing primary school mathematics teacher educators

Ronald Keijzer, Marjolein Kool, Michiel Veldhuis, Sonja Stuber, Jus Roelofs

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Abstract

Mathematics teacher educators in primary teacher education need expert knowledge and skills in teaching in primary school, in subject matter and research. Most starting mathematics teacher educators possess only part of this knowledge and skills. A professional development trajectory for this group is developed and tested, where a design based research is used to evaluate the design. This paper describes the professional development trajectory and design. We conclude that the professional development design should focus on mathematical knowledge for teaching, should refer to both teacher education and primary education, should offer opportunities for cooperative learning, and need to use practice based research as a developmental tool.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEAPRIL 2022 Conference Proceedings
Pages10-22
Volume8
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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