Teachers’ Responses to Instances of Student Mathematical Thinking with Varied Potential to Support Student Learning

Teachers’ Responses to Instances of Student Mathematical Thinking with Varied Potential to Support Student Learning

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Keith Leatham and Blake Peterson recently published an article titled “Teachers’ Responses to Instances of Student Mathematical Thinking with Varied Potential to Support Student Learning” in the Mathematics Education Research Journal. Keith has answered a few questions about this article below:  Who were your co-authors on this article? Shari L. Stockero, Laura R. Van Zoest, Ben Freeburn, and Blake E. Peterson Who would you say is the target audience for this article? Mathematics teacher educators and researchers What is the big problem you hoped to address with this article? The big problem is that we don't know enough about teachers decisions with regards to using student contributions during instruction in order to sufficiently inform work preparing teacher to productively use student mathematical thinking. To contribute to solving this problem we…
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