Elementary preservice teachers’ noticing of exemplary lessons: A comparison of noticing frameworks

Qiaoping ZHANG, Yicheng WEI, Jing LIANG

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Abstract

This study examined 111 mathematics preservice teachers (PSTs) noticing of exemplary mathematics lessons with different frameworks. The results showed differences in the content, stance and level of preservice teachers' noticing under the two frameworks. In the open framework, PSTs’ noticing level is highly concentrated in Mixed(L2), with a wide range of noticing content on teachers' teaching strategies and skills. Teachers' noticing stance mainly uses explanations, most of which are detailed explanations of the noticing content. However, explanatory evidence is insufficient, and most strategies are not targeted. For the focused framework, PSTs’ noticing levels are mainly located on Mixed(L2) and Focused(L3), with relatively concentrated content on students' mathematical thinking, knowledge and skills. Most of the noticing stances were descriptions. In addition, PG-group and UG-group have differences in noticing content, stance and level with the same framework. The findings can contribute to understanding the role of noticing frameworks in teacher noticing research and deepen our knowledge of Chinese PSTs’ noticing ability. Copyright @ 2023 Psychology of Mathematics Education.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 46th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
EditorsMichal AYALON, Boris KOICHU, Roza LEIKIN, Laurie RUBEL, Michal TABACH
PublisherPsychology of Mathematics Education (PME)
Pages371-378
ISBN (Print)9789659311248
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Citation

Zhang, Q., Wei, Y., & Liang, J. (2023). Elementary preservice teachers’ noticing of exemplary lessons: A comparison of noticing frameworks. In M. Ayalon, B. Koichu, R. Leikin, L. Rubel, & M. Tabach (Eds.), Proceedings of the 46th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 371-378). Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME).

Keywords

  • PG student publication

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