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Conceptualizing professional development in mathematics: elements of a model

By Paola Sztajn, Mathew Campbell and Kwang Suk Yoon

Abstract

This theoretical paper discusses the concept of models for mathematics professional development. After examining the related literature, we propose a definition of this concept that includes four elements: goals, theories, contexts, and structure. We present aspects of professional development that comprise each element

Topics: Continua-Permanente, Formación de profesores, Desarrollo del profesor
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:generic.eprints.org:1357/core475
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