id: 06514640
dt: a
an: 2016a.00231
au: Lee, Yuan-Shun; Lin, Fou-Lai
ti: A large-scale video survey on Taiwanese fourth-grade classrooms of
mathematical teaching behaviors.
so: Fan, Lianghuo (ed.) et al., How Chinese teach mathematics. Perspectives
from insiders. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific (ISBN
978-981-4415-81-1/hbk; 978-981-4415-83-5/ebook). Series on Mathematics
Education 6, 373-407 (2015).
py: 2015
pu: Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific
la: EN
cc: C72 C49
ut: Taiwanese classrooms; national sampling; video study; mathematics teaching
ci:
li: doi:10.1142/9789814415828_0012
ab: Summary: This study is to investigate the fourth grade teachers’
mathematics teaching behaviors in Taiwan. A large scale of two-staged
stratified cluster sampling of fourth-grade math teacher teaching in
the whole Taiwan was conducted. Video survey was applied, and the
videos were taped within one semester. Usually, it took one day to tape
one teacher’s instruction in one school; altogether, 60 teachers’
instructions in the participating schools were recorded. Instructional
videos were recorded and digitized, coded and analyzed. The results
showed that in the fourth-grade mathematics classroom teaching, concept
statements, problem statements and solving questions each took about
30\%, 20\% and 50\% of the time, respectively. In Content strand, the
mathematics problems teachers taught were mostly of low complexity and
repetition problems. In Mathematical ability, stating concepts and
using procedures were the majority. In Mathematical power, connections
with real-life were the majority.
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