A phenomenological study of teachers’ professional learning and their understanding of mathematics-for-teaching

Preciado Babb, A.P., Metz, M., & Marcotte, C. (2013). A phenomenological study of teachers’ professional learning and their understanding of mathematics-for-teaching. In Preciado Babb, A. P., Solares Rojas, A., Sandoval Cáceres, I. T., & Butto Zarzar, C. (Eds.). Proceedings of the First Meeting between the National Pedagogic University and the Faculty of Education of the University of Calgary. Calgary, Canada: Faculty of Education of the University of Calgary. Available online here.

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