Dissecting Curricular Reasoning: Middle Grades Teachers’ Reasoning for their Decisions

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Abstract/Description:

Curricular reasoning (CR) is the thinking processes that teachers use to make decisions (e.g., what content to teach, the tasks to facilitate student learning). In this presentation, we outline five CR aspects gleaned from research with middle grades mathematics teachers as they planned and implemented instruction with unfamiliar curriculum.


Location: SSMA 2019 Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah
Presenter:

Dawn Teuscher, Brigham Young University and Porter Nielsen, Brigham Young University