Intellectual Engagement and Other Principles of Mathematics Instruction

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What can American teachers learn about high-quality mathematics instruction from the Japanese teacher education process?

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Blake E. Peterson, blake@byu.edu, and Douglas L. Corey, corey@mathed.byu.edu, are mathematics education professors at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Peterson's research interests are mathematics teacher education in Japan and the mathematical conversations between student teachers and cooperating teachers. Corey's research focuses on understanding what constitutes high-quality mathematics instruction from elementary school to college.

Benjamin M. Lewis, ben.merrill.lewis@gmail.com, is a Department of Defense Dependents Schools high school mathematics teacher in Yokosuka, Japan. His interests include effective integration of technology in education, helping English language learners, and improving himself as a teacher.

Jared Bukarau, jbukarau@gmail.com, a graduate student of mathematics education at Brigham Young University, is researching the type of mathematical knowledge expected of Japanese teachers to teach mathematics well.

(Corresponding author is Peterson blake@byu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Corey corey@mathed.byu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Lewis ben.merrill.lewis@gmail.com)
(Corresponding author is Bukarau jbukarau@gmail.com)
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