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|Title:||Towards an articulation of expert classroom practice.|
|Citation:||Teaching and Teacher Education, 2007, 23 (7), pp.1127-1138|
|Abstract:||We report on a small scale study with six experienced teachers of mathematics in which we have applied a general theoretical model of expert practice (developed by the second author) to explore the nature of the knowledge base that enables teachers to operate effectively in the complexity of a class of 30 pupils. This model uses the notion of attention-dependent knowledge, which is derived through the use of specialised attentional skills. A methodology was developed which enabled us both to investigate the role of attention-dependent knowledge and to develop a basic vocabulary to articulate aspects of expert classroom practice.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Education|
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