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  1. Sarah Sword
  2. Senior Research Scientist
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  4. Education Development Center
  1. Courtney Arthur
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  3. Education Development Center
  1. Al Cuoco
  2. Distinguished Scholar
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  4. Education Development Center
  1. Miriam Gates
  2. Researcher
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  4. Education Development Center
  1. Ryota Matsuura
  2. Associate Professor of Mathematics
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  4. St. Olaf College
  1. Glenn Stevens
  2. http://math.bu.edu/people/ghs/index.html
  3. Professor of Mathematics
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  5. Boston University

Assessing Secondary Teachers' Algebraic Habits of mind

NSF Awards: 1222496, 1222426, 1222340

2017 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12

In this video, presenters will share research outcomes from an assessment of secondary teachers' algebraic habits of mind. Outcomes include relationships between teacher practice and score on the assessment as well as changes in teachers' scores after participating in professional development projects. 

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