Intro Mathematics Classrooms: Students' Activities and Teachers' Practices TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Introduction 1. Theory of Activity and Developmental Frameworks for an Analysis of Teachers' Practices and Students' Learning 2. Why and How to Understand What Is at Stake in a Mathematics Class 3. Diversity, Variability and Commonalities among Teaching Practices 4. Stability of Practices: What 8th and 9th Grade Students with the Same Teacher Do during a Geometry Class Period? 5. The Case of Textbooks in Mathematics Teaching 6. Teaching Practices and Student Learning: A Case Study 7. The Study of a Scenario and Its Implementation in the Classes of Two Different Teachers: Comparison of In-Class Events and the Effects on the Work of Students in Exams 8. Student Activities with E-Exercise Bases 9. Teachers' Practices Using E-Exercise Bases in Their Classrooms 10. Teachers' Activity in Dynamic Geometry Environments: Comparison with a Session in Traditional Environments 11. Qualitative and Quantitive Studies about Mathematics Teachers in France 12. Strategies for Training Mathematics Teachers. The First Step: Training the Teachers References.
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