Math Practice Cycle

Supporting teachers to develop skill with equitable and ambitious teaching

Our Research

We are working to better understand and improve the Math Practice Cycle Professional Development.

 

Recent Presentations

Lesseig, K., Elliott, R., & Aaron, W. (2015, April). School-embedded professional development models to advance instructional practice. Research symposium at the annual research conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Boston, Ma.

Elliott, R., Aaron, W., & Maluangnont, S. (2015, April). Pedagogies for Enacting Secondary Instructional and Mathematical Practice. Interactive paper session at the annual research conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Boston, Ma.

Elliott, R., & Aaron, W. R. (2015, March). Supporting the linguistic and mathematical demands of building explanations in lessons. Invited presentation at the annual Teachers Development Group Leadership Seminar. Portland, OR, March 19-21, 2015.  [pdf of presentation]

Elliott, R., & Aaron, W. R. (2014, February). Secondary math practice cycle: Developing skills with high leverage instructional practices to enact the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Invited presentation at the annual Teachers Development Group Leadership Seminar. Portland, OR, February 12-15, 2014. [pdf of presentation]

Aaron, W. R. (2014, February). Practice-Based Classroom Collaborations for Mathematics Teacher Development.  Presentation at the 2013 STaR Cohort Seminar. Irvine, CA, February 5, 2014.

Aaron, W. R., & Elliott, R. (2013, November). Practice-Based Classroom Collaborations for Mathematics Teacher Development. Presentation at the 35th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago, November 14-17, 2013.

Research Foundation for the Math Practice Cycle Project

Ball, D. L., & Forzani, F. M. (2011). Building a Common Core for Learning to Teach: And Connecting Professional Learning to Practice. American Educator,35(2), 17.

McDonald, M., Kazemi, E., & Kavanagh, S. S. (2013). Core Practices and Pedagogies of Teacher Education A Call for a Common Language and Collective Activity. Journal of Teacher Education64(5), 378-386. 

Lampert, M. (2009). Learning teaching in, from, and for practice: What do we mean?. Journal of Teacher Education.

Lampert, M., Beasley, H., Ghousseini, H., Kazemi, E., & Franke, M. (2010). Using designed instructional activities to enable novices to manage ambitious mathematics teaching. In Instructional explanations in the disciplines (pp. 129-141). Springer US.

Lampert, M., & Graziani, F. (2009). Instructional activities as a tool for teachers' and teacher educators' learning. The Elementary School Journal,109(5), 491-509.