A review of research trends in mathematics teacher education

Mario Sánchez

Resumen


This article presents a literature review in the field of mathematics teacher education research. The review focuses on identifying the main research trends in this field, that is, the main research topics that the mathematics teacher educators’ community is currently addressing, and the main theoretical concepts used to study these topics. One of the contributions of the review is that it identifies new research trends that have not been previously reported. Some of these trends are online mathematics teacher education, and the design and role of tasks in mathematics teacher education.

Una revisión de las tendencias de investigación en la formación de profesores de Matemáticas

Este artículo presenta una revisión de la literatura en el campo de la investigación en formación de profesores de matemáticas. La revisión se centra en identificar las principales tendencias de investigación en este campo, es decir, los principales temas de investigación que la comunidad de formadores de profesores está abordando actualmente, así como los principales conceptos teóricos usados para estudiar esos temas. Una de las contribuciones de esta revisión es que se identifican tendencias de investigación que no han sido reportadas previamente. Algunas de estas tendencias son la formación online de profesores de matemáticas y el diseño y rol de las tareas en la formación de profesores de matemáticas.

Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/15312

Nº de citas en WOS (2017): 3 (Citas de 2º orden, 3)

Nº de citas en SCOPUS (2017): 6 (Citas de 2º orden, 4)


Palabras clave


Investigación en formación de profesores de matemáticas; Revisión bibliográfica; Tendencias de investigación

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