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Making Teaching Public, Boerst and Ball Respond


by Timothy A. Boerst & Deborah Loewenberg Ball ó March 19, 2007

In this commentary we explore what it might mean for a representation to support the professional development of individual teachers and also the profession more broadly. From the perspective of experienced teachers, we will share what we noticed about potential learning opportunities for teachers from the representations in this digital exhibit. We conclude by sharing ideas about ways in which multimedia representations could be enhanced and also become a more regular part of the professional development landscape.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 19, 2007
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13831, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 3:41:05 PM

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  • Timothy Boerst
    University of Michigan
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    TIMOTHY A. BOERST is a Practitioner Scholar with South Redford School District and the Center for Proficiency in Teaching Mathematics at the University of Michigan. Through his concurrent work as a fifth grade teacher, researcher, and teacher educator he studies the development, accumulation, and use of professional knowledge and skill.
  • Deborah Ball
    University of Michigan
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    DEBORAH LOEWENBERG BALL is Dean of the School of Education and William H. Payne Collegiate Professor at the University of Michigan. Ballís work draws on her many years of experience as an elementary classroom teacher. Her research and projects focus on mathematics instruction, and on interventions designed to improve its quality and effectiveness through policy, reform initiatives, and teacher education.
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