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Expanding teacher noticing: Opportunities to notice

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Faculty Scholarship

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Scholarship of Discovery, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Presentation Location: Warming House, Olivet Nazarene University

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The goal of this qualitative case study was to investigate the opportunities to notice student mathematical thinking (SMT) in the lessons of four secondary preservice teachers’ (PST). Many researchers have examined teacher noticing, but in this study, we studied the opportunities to notice SMT irrespective of the PSTs’ noticing. In this article, we conceptualize opportunities to notice SMT and the process we used to identify them. We present data of opportunities to notice from three lessons for each PST (12 total). We also offer additional information that may explain differences in the quantity of opportunities to notice between lessons and between PSTs. We further describe who prompted the opportunities to notice SMT and how they prompted them. PSTs’ lessons contained an average of three opportunities to notice SMT per lesson.

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Expanding teacher noticing: Opportunities to notice

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Presentation Location: Warming House, Olivet Nazarene University

Abstract

The goal of this qualitative case study was to investigate the opportunities to notice student mathematical thinking (SMT) in the lessons of four secondary preservice teachers’ (PST). Many researchers have examined teacher noticing, but in this study, we studied the opportunities to notice SMT irrespective of the PSTs’ noticing. In this article, we conceptualize opportunities to notice SMT and the process we used to identify them. We present data of opportunities to notice from three lessons for each PST (12 total). We also offer additional information that may explain differences in the quantity of opportunities to notice between lessons and between PSTs. We further describe who prompted the opportunities to notice SMT and how they prompted them. PSTs’ lessons contained an average of three opportunities to notice SMT per lesson.