
06356436
a
2014f.00346
Chval, Kathryn B.
Ch\'avez, \'Oscar
Reys, Barbara J.
Tarr, James
Considerations and limitations related to conceptualizing and measuring textbook integrity.
Remillard, Janine T. (ed.) et al., Mathematics teachers at work. Connecting curriculum materials and classroom instruction. London: Routledge (ISBN 9780415990103/hbk; 9780415899369/pbk; 9780203884645/ebook). Studies in Mathematical Thinking and Learning Series, 7084 (2009).
2009
London: Routledge
EN
D30
U20
use of textbooks
curriculum materials
From the text: We discuss our approach to measuring teachers' use of districtadopted textbooks for a largescale research study of the use of middle school mathematics curriculum materials and its relation to student achievement. We argue that such documentation is necessary in order to study the impact of particular textbooks on student learning. In the next section, we highlight problematic aspects of the construct of ``fidelity of implementation," as discussed in current literature on teachers' textbook use, and introduce an alternative construct we call textbook integrity.