Remillard Janine T. (2005). Â« Examining key concepts in research on teachersâ€™ use of mathematics curricula Â». Review of Educational Research, vol. 75, nÂ° 2, p. 211–246. ISSN 0034-6543, 1935-1046. En ligne : <http://rer.sagepub.com/content/75/2/211>.
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ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0034-6543, 1935-1046
BibTeX citation key: Remillard2005
Subcategories: Ressources des enseignants
Keywords: contenus de l'Ă©ducation, mathĂ©matiques, pratique pĂ©dagogique, ressources pĂ©dagogiques
Collection: Review of Educational Research
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Studies of teachersâ€™ use of mathematics curriculum materials are particularly timely given the current availability of reform-inspired curriculum materials and the increasingly widespread practice of mandating the use of a single curriculum to regulate mathematics teaching. A review of the research on mathematics curriculum use over the last 25 years reveals significant variation in findings and in theoretical foundations. The aim of this review is to examine the ways that central constructs of this body of researchâ€”such as curriculum use, teaching, and curriculum materialsâ€”are conceptualized and to consider the impact of various conceptualizations on knowledge in the field. Drawing on the literature, the author offers a framework for characterizing and studying teachersâ€™ interactions with curriculum materials.