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Using Innovative Technology to Examine Prospective Mathematics Teachers Learning to Plan and Enact L TLTE GRADUATE PROGRAMS RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM Brown Bag Lunch

Date: Time: 12:10 pm–1:30 pm
Henzlik Hall Room: 32
Additional Info: HENZ
Contact: Loukia Sarroub, 402-472-5166, lsarroub@unl.edu
“Using Innovative Technology to Examine Prospective Mathematics Teachers Learning to Plan and Enact Lessons” will be presented by Lorraine M. Males, associate professor of mathematics education; Kelsey Quigley, graduate research assistant; and Scott Block, graduate research assistant.

Curriculum materials are integral to the design of mathematics instruction; in fact, more than 80% of K-12 teachers use a textbook or curricular program for mathematics instruction. Furthermore, research indicates curriculum materials have a direct influence on what most mathematics teachers actually plan for and enact in their classrooms. Therefore, as mathematics teacher educators, understanding how prospective mathematics teachers learn to use curriculum materials to plan and enact instruction is an important focus of our research and practice.

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