Looking inside classrooms: Teachers engaging students, students being responsive

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Abstract

Teachers engage students through activities, equipment, physical involvement, challenge, and discussion. Students respond as a result of their thinking visually, conceptually, strategically, meta-thinking, feelings, beliefs and attitudes. How is their attention attracted externally and internally? How will students' develop conceptually? A number of classroom scenarios will illustrate these various issues. These are best practice examples worthy of sharing with other teachers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMathematics ' Making Waves
EditorsM. Goos, T. Spencer
Place of PublicationAdelaide, Australia
PublisherAAMT
ISBN (Electronic)1875900535
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event19th Biennial conference of Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers - Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 13 Jan 200317 Jan 2003

Conference

Conference19th Biennial conference of Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers
CountryAustralia
Period13/01/0317/01/03

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    Owens, K. (2003). Looking inside classrooms: Teachers engaging students, students being responsive. In M. Goos, & T. Spencer (Eds.), Mathematics ' Making Waves AAMT.