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Title: Novice and senior mathematics teachers: Any differences?
Authors: Fong, Ho Kheong
Issue Date: 2000
Citation: Fong, H. K. (2000). Novice and senior mathematics teachers: Any differences? The Mathematics Educator, 5(1), 142-168.
Abstract: Novice and Senior Mathematics teachers' lessons were observed and video-taped. Their characteristic features of presentatioil of matheinatics lessons were analysed and coded. Their behavioural features were classified with reference to two models: Mathematical Teaching Techniques (MTT) and Assessment of Practicuum Teaching (APT). Teachers' profiles of presentation were identified to differentiate any differences between these two groups of teachers. Research results show that Senior Mathematics teachers demonstrates more pedagogical features in teaching mathematics.
ISSN: 0218-9100
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