7 May 2015
Science Teaching and Learning Seminar Invitation

Seminar: Why Research on (Mathematics) Teachers’ Knowledge Needs New Direction

Recent research on mathematics teachers’ knowledge is determined by several trends that have defined the conceptualisation of the knowledge base for teaching over the last quarter century.

Thorsten Scheiner’s (University of Hamburg, Germany) presentation onWhy Research on (Mathematics) Teachers’ Knowledge Needs New Direction intends to move beyond historical traditions and recent tendencies in theorising and conceptualising teachers’ knowledge, by providing new avenues for theoretical reflection in order to paint a bigger picture of and provide deeper insights into teachers’ knowledge.

Seminar Details

Date: 8 May 2015

Time: 13h15 – 14h00  

Venue: New Chemical Sciences Building, Room 3.08.2, 3rd floor.

RSVP: Dr Rita Kizito at rkizito@uwc.ac.za, or Professor Gavin Maneveldt - Deputy Dean Teaching and Learning, Faculty of Natural Sciences - at gmaneveldt@uwc.ac.za