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International comparative study in mathematics teacher training

Date: 01 April 2011

The aim of this research was to seek an understanding of good practice in the training of teachers of mathematics, based on evidence from mathematically high-performing countries around the world.

This report is based on evidence from a variety of mathematically high-performing countries around the world, and used a longitudinal study to provide recommendations for effective training. The countries that participated were: England, Finland (primary only), Hungary, Czech Republic, Ireland (primary only), Russia, China, Japan, Singapore (secondary only) and Ukraine.

The project produced the following outputs:

  • International comparative study in mathematics teacher training: enhancing the training of teachers of mathematics (research report) (2011)
  • International comparative study in mathematics teacher training (perspective paper) (2008)
  • International comparative study in mathematics teacher training: recommendations for initial teacher training in England (2011)
  • International comparative study in mathematics teacher training: enhancing the training of teachers of mathematics (synthesis paper) (2011).
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