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Teachers collective work inside and outside school as an essential spring of mathematics teachers' documentation: Japanese and Chinese experiences

As opposed to the individualistic perspective that has seemed dominant in teacher’s work for teaching the lesson, one may find today a wide range of teachers’ collective works inside and outside school in different parts of the world, such as collective improvement of teaching practice in Japanese Lesson Study (Fernandez & Yoshida, 2004) and Chinese Teaching Research Group, and collective writing of mathematics textbooks in France (Sésamath series). In this lecture, we try to show how teachers’ collective work ...
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Mathematics Teachers as Designers

The goal of the panel discussion is to develop deeper understandings of the processes involved when teachers act as designers (Pepin, Gueudet, & Trouche, 2017). In this panel discussion the participants will respond to each of the following questions: Why are teacher design activities relevant? (e.g. practical and/or scientific perspective); What are the most challenging/interesting design tasks? What would teachers ...
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Evidencing the missing resources of the documentational approach to didactics, towards new programs of research

The development of a theoretical approach creates necessarily new needs, conceptual as well as methodological: when meeting new phenomena; when extending the study outside its initial field (in this case mathematics teaching in French secondary schools); when meeting other theoretical frames. Evidencing its missing resources (Chevallard & Cirade, 2010) is then a critical issue for a community of research. We will propose to face this issue, developing a reflective investigation in two directions: asking the recent Ph.D. students ...
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Teachers’ Use of Mathematics Resources: A Look across Cultural Boundaries

Curriculum resources are adopted in school systems around the world, often, to promote curricular coherence or reform (Pepin & Haggarty, 2001; Valverde et al., 2012). The development and design of these resources varies across systems, as do the expectations for and assumptions about their use (Remillard, Van Steenbrugge, & Bergqvist 2016). Ultimately, teachers’ interpretations and decisions are at the center of resource use. In this lecture, I present initial findings from a cross-cultural study of elementary teachers’ interpretations ...
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