Mathematical Proficiency For All Students by Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Rand Mathematics Study Panel PDF

By Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Rand Mathematics Study Panel

ISBN-10: 083303331X

ISBN-13: 9780833033314

Whereas the government and the nation's college structures have made strides towards bettering arithmetic schooling, the data base helping those efforts has been vulnerable. In reaction, the RAND arithmetic examine Panel has proposed an R&D application aiding the development of arithmetic skillability between U.S. institution scholars. The panel pointed out 3 parts for targeted R&D improvement of lecturers' mathematical wisdom, instructing and studying of abilities for mathematical considering and challenge fixing, and educating and studying of algebra from kindergarten via grade 12.

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Nevertheless, projects would be linked in a system that coordinates different kinds of work, from survey research and descriptive work, to basic inquiry, to small-scale developments, to efforts to develop and use programs or approaches across contexts. For a cooperative undertaking such as this to be successful requires direct investments of not just money but also time and imaginative thinking. Significant responsibility for the design of the effort must lie with the sources of funding of the work and the management authority that resides in that function.

In particular, this strand of research would focus on the materials and institutional contexts that support the deployment of mathematical knowledge in teaching. Thus, if the program is well managed, its results could have a profound effect on the professional education of mathematics teachers and on various components of the education system, such as certification requirements, teacher assessments, and teachers’ guides. Such an effect would require coordination of work across a variety of studies and interventions.

Although we are optimistic that the proposed program is both appropriate and promising, we recognize that implementing the results of the program in the schools will raise significant policy issues. We do not attempt to delineate these policy issues in any detail, but in several places in this report we do make observations about the possible need for policy research. FOUNDATIONAL ISSUES Underlying the proposed mathematics research and development program are two foundational issues: proficiency and equity.

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