Using design-based research, we are developing a series of video-based online learning modules to engage mathematics teacher candidates in analyzing cases of secondary students’ mathematical reasoning. We describe our process for developing a student reasoning framework for a task that requires the coordination of two relationally specified quantities, which provides a basis for selecting module content and analysis of candidates’ attention to student reasoning as they engage with the online modules.
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Mapping Student Reasoning in Support of Mathematics Teacher Candidate Digital LearningProceedings of International Conference of the Learning Sciences, ICLS
Document TypeConference Proceeding
Citation InformationCavey, Laurie; Totorica, Tatia; Carney, Michele; Lowenthal, Patrick; and Libberton, Jason. (2018). "Mapping Student Reasoning in Support of Mathematics Teacher Candidate Digital Learning". Proceedings of International Conference of the Learning Sciences, ICLS, 3, 1637-1638.