The Knowledge Quartet: The Genesis and Application of a Framework for Analysing Mathematics Teaching and Deepening Teachers’ Mathematics Knowledge

Rowland, Tim (2013) The Knowledge Quartet: The Genesis and Application of a Framework for Analysing Mathematics Teaching and Deepening Teachers’ Mathematics Knowledge. Sisyphus: Journal of Education, 1 (3). ISSN 2182-8474

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Page Header ABOUT THE AUTHOR Tim Rowland University of East Anglia & University of Cambridge United Kingdom Tim Rowland is a professor of mathematics at the University of East Anglia, UK; emeritus reader in mathematics education at the University of Cambridge, UK; and professor II at Sør-Trøndelag University College in Trondheim, Norway. He is co-editor of the journal Research in Mathematics Education and Chair of the Joint Mathematical Council of the United Kingdom. His book The Pragmatics of Mathematics Education reflects research interests in mathematics, linguistics, epistemology and education. More recent books and articles have reflected a 15-year corpus of research into the role of mathematical knowledge in teaching. OPEN JOURNAL SYSTEMS Journal Help USER Login NOTIFICATIONS View Subscribe JOURNAL CONTENT Search Search Scope Search Browse By Issue By Author By Title Other Journals INFORMATION For Readers For Authors For Librarians HOME ABOUT LOGIN REGISTER SEARCH CURRENT ARCHIVES HOME > VOL 1, ISSUE 3 (2013) > ROWLAND The Knowledge Quartet: The Genesis and Application of a Framework for Analysing Mathematics Teaching and Deepening Teachers’ Mathematics Knowledge Tim Rowland Abstract This paper describes a framework for mathematics lesson observation, the ‘Knowledge Quartet’, and the research and policy contexts in which it was developed. The framework has application in research and in mathematics teaching development. The research which led to the development of the framework drew on videotapes of mathematics lessons prepared and conducted by elementary pre-service teachers towards the end of their initial training. A grounded theory approach to data analysis led to the emergence of the framework, with four broad dimensions, through which the mathematics-related knowledge of these teachers could be observed in practice. This paper describes how each of these dimensions is characterised, and analyses two lessons, showing how each dimension of the Quartet can be identified in the lesson. The paper concludes by outlining recent developments in the use of the Knowledge Quartet.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: mathematics teaching,teacher knowledge,teacher education,knowledge quartet
Faculty \ School: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Education and Lifelong Learning
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Date Deposited: 18 Jul 2017 06:06
Last Modified: 14 Jan 2019 01:08
URI: https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/64140
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