Teachers’ Knowledge of Student Mathematical Thinking in Written Instructional Products

Teachers’ Knowledge of Student Mathematical Thinking in Written Instructional Products

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Professors Doug Corey and Steve Williams recently published an article titled "Teachers' Knowledge of Student Mathematical Thinking in Written Instructional Products" in the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education. Doug has answered a few questions about this article below: Who were your co-authors on this article? Steve Williams, Eula Monroe, and Michelle Wagner. Who would you say is the target audience for this article? It is for teacher educators and for those interested in effectively sharing instructional knowledge among teachers via written lesson plans and similar products. What is the big problem you hoped to address with this article? We were trying to understand the nature of student mathematical thinking captured in high-quality written instructional products (think lesson plans or NCTM magazine articles). We looked at artifacts from the US and…
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