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McGarvey, Lynn
McFeetors, Janelle
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Mathematics education
Parent communication
Elementary education
Curriculum
Elementary school
Home-school connection
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Our research is based on the premise that the starting place for effective communication begins with understanding parent perceptions of mathematics teaching and learning today. In this study, we asked, What are parents’ experiences with and perceptions of curriculum change? What is the nature of their concerns with today’s mathematics teaching and learning? The objectives for the study are to: • Develop rich descriptions of the range of parent experiences in school mathematics. • Develop categories of description of parent perceptions of learning, teaching and curriculum. • Begin to identify ways to engage in productive conversation with parents.
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2017/04/20
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