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This study investigated the factors that credential program's graduates perceived to support or impede their implementation of certain university-taught practices. The participants were 19 graduates of Northridge’s secondary-mathematics-credential program in California State University. The teachers in this study portrayed the credential program as the most significant factor promoting their use of the Practices. The findings of this study suggest that both university and employing school play crucial roles, and changes in both arenas would facilitate the uptake of such practices.
Updated: Apr. 02, 2014
This study surveys 62 secondary mathematics teachers and their understanding and use of real-world connections, their purposes for making connections in teaching, and factors that support and constrain this practice. The author observes 5 teachers making real-world connections in their classrooms and I conducted follow-up interviews.
Updated: Nov. 17, 2008