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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics TEDS-M PROGRESS REPORT October 10, 2007 Maria Teresa Tatto John Schwille (Michigan State University) Glenn Rowley (ACER) for TEDS-M Team TEDS-M Website ( http://teds.educ.msu.edu /)
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics Overall purpose TEDS-M 2008 is designed to inform and improve the policy and practice of mathematics teacher preparation, specifically, how future teachers learn to teach a challenging mathematics curriculum in primary and lower secondary school The first cross-national assessment of learning outcomes in higher education using representative national samples
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics From policy to outcomes TEDS-M pays particular attention to the links between teacher education policies, organization, practices, outcomes and costs
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics Level and depth of the mathematics and related teaching knowledge attained by prospective primary and lower secondary teachers Beliefs and self-reported preparedness to teach Measured outcomes
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics What learning opportunities are available to prospective primary and lower secondary mathematics teachers that allow them to attain such knowledge? How are these OTL structured and what is the content taught in teacher education programs? What are the costs? Organization, practices and cost
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics What are the intended and implemented policies that underlie the OTL of mathematics teacher education and what is the impact of these policies? Policy and context
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics Policy relevance In short, gather empirical data to address unresolved policy issues regarding the nature, benefits and costs of mathematics teacher education
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics The major components of TEDS-M National studies of policy, curricula, routes and costs Triple survey of TE institutions and programs, their teaching staffs and their students
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IEA Teacher Education Study in Mathematics TEDS instrument development Instruments have been developed at national, institutional, teacher educator and future teacher level Including instruments to assess future teacher knowledge of: Mathematics content Mathematics pedagogy
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