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Assessing Pre-Service Secondary School Teachers’ Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Algebra Sharon Senk Joan Ferrini-Mundy Michigan State University January 12, 2006
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BACKGROUND Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Mathematical Education of Teachers RAND Mathematics Study Panel Shulman Ma Ball & Bass Many other scholars
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KNOWING MATHEMATICS FOR TEACHING ALGBRA (KAT) PROJECT (NSF REC No. 0337595) Joan Ferrini-Mundy, PI Robert Floden Raven McCrory Mark Reckase Sharon Senk Karen Allen & Xuhui Li
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GOALS OF KAT PROJECT Instrument Design (2004 - 2005) Develop theoretical constructs, items, test forms Framework Validation (2006) Do data support theoretical framework? Status Study (2006-2007) How does knowledge for teaching algebra vary among pre-service and in-service teachers across the U.S.?
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Item Development August 2004 - October 2005 Constructs defined Item writing workshops with mathematicians, math educators, secondary teachers Additional Items written by KAT faculty & GAs Items reviewed by mathematicians Items edited by KAT staff
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Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Algebra
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