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Language and Thought in Mathematics Staff Development: A Problem Probing Protocol


by Rita Kabasakalian - 2007


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 109 Number 4, 2007, p. 837-876
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 12867, Date Accessed: 1/21/2020 12:12:53 PM
 
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  • Rita Kabasakalian
    Fordham University
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    RITA KABASAKALIAN is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Education, Fordham University. She has been actively engaged in secondary mathematics education for 27 years as classroom teacher, curriculum developer, teacher developer, and researcher. A primary focus of this experience continues to be making mathematics accessible to students who have difficulty learning it, and sharing her experience with teachers. Kabasakalian recognized early on that language plays a key role in the teaching and learning of mathematics. Her doctoral dissertation, Conversations in mathematics: fractions and non-fractions: rule shifts across teachers and topics , illuminates the process in precise detail and is currently being prepared for publication. Dr. Kabasakalian is now engaged in investigating—with ninth grade math teachers—avenues for increasing student discourse.
 
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