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Drake Corey, Land Tonia J. & Tyminski Andrew M. (2014). « Using Educative Curriculum Materials to Support the Development of Prospective Teachers’ Knowledge ». Educational Researcher, vol. 43, n° 3, p. 154–162. ISSN 0013-189X, 1935-102X. En ligne : <http://edr.sagepub.com/content/43/3/154>. 
Added by: Catherine Reverdy (03 Jul 2014 12:09:40 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.3102/0013189X14528039
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0013-{189X}, 1935-{102X}
BibTeX citation key: Drake2014
Categories: Enseignants
Subcategories: Ressources des enseignants
Keywords: mathématiques, ressources pédagogiques
Creators: Drake, Land, Tyminski
Collection: Educational Researcher
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URLs     http://edr.sagepub.com/content/43/3/154
Abstract     
Building on the work of Ball and Cohen and that of Davis and Krajcik, as well as more recent research related to teacher learning from and about curriculum materials, we seek to answer the question, How can prospective teachers ({PTs)} learn to read and use educative curriculum materials in ways that support them in acquiring the knowledge needed for teaching? We present two extended conceptual examples of ways in which educative curriculum materials might be used to support {PTs} in developing the knowledge needed for teaching. We follow these examples with a set of empirically based design principles and conclude with a brief consideration of unanswered questions related to the use of educative curriculum materials in teacher education.
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