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Leveraging and connecting conceptions of amount and change : A content-specific approach to adaptive teaching practices. / Prediger, Susanne .

In: The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, Vol. 66, 100970, 06.2022.

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title = "Leveraging and connecting conceptions of amount and change: A content-specific approach to adaptive teaching practices",
abstract = "Adaptive teaching on the micro level of teacher-student interaction has often been investigated, but rarely with respect to students{\textquoteright} content-specific learning pathways. This article presents a content-specific analytic approach how to disentangle the learning content and to capture teaching practices for the particular content of functional relationships. The empirical part of the article refers to a data set analyzed in several articles, video data from a teaching experiment in a Grade 9 classroom on covariation in the inclined place. The video data is qualitatively analyzed with respect to students{\textquoteright} conceptions of amount and change in correspondence and covariation approaches. This allows to unpack the adaptive teaching practices by means of teachers{\textquoteright} targeted steering trajectories for navigating from students{\textquoteright} initial conceptions towards the intended conceptual aspects. The qualitative analysis identifies adaptive teaching practices which go beyond a content-independent list of teacher moves.",
keywords = "Professional competencies of pre-school and school teachers, Adaptive teaching practices, conceptions of amount and chance, content-specific adaptivity",
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year = "2022",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1016/j.jmathb.2022.100970",
language = "English",
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journal = "The Journal of Mathematical Behavior",
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