Resources and inquiry-based teaching
The role of in-service math teacher schemes
Keywords:Inquiry based teaching, Resources, Study and Research Path, Scheme, Instruments, In-service teacher training
This research analyses the interaction of 62 in-service maths teachers with a resource called Study and Research Path (SRP). The SRP are resources developed to carry out inquiry-based teaching in the framework of Chevallard's anthropological theory of didactics. The aim of the work is to describe the teacher’s schemes in two situations: study and analyse the SRP and then organise a teaching plan. The schemes generated in each situation are described from the theory of conceptual fields and the instrumental approach, analysing the individual written responses of teachers to both situations. The work shows the diversity and richness of the instruments generated by teachers and allows us to understand their difficulties in developing inquiry-based teaching.
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