Coding Online Content-Informed Scaffolding Of Mathematical Thinking
New Ideas In Psychology
This article describes the Mathematical Mentoring Coding Scheme (MMCS), a coding scheme that identifies indicators relevant to the study of content-informed scaffolding. Content-informed scaffolding refers to the use of subject matter content in ill-defined problem spaces to focus the learner, and provide and fade feedback so that the learner becomes autonomous. It is suggested that the MMCS could also double as a rubric for instruction in content-informed scaffolding. Two case examples of preservice teachers’ scaffolding of elementary students’ problem solving serve as illustrations.
K. Ann Renninger, L. S. Ray, I. Luft, and E. L. Newton.
"Coding Online Content-Informed Scaffolding Of Mathematical Thinking".
New Ideas In Psychology.
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