1 Danish School of Education - Research Programme in Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines, Danish School of Education, Arts, Aarhus University2 Danish School of Education - Didaktikuddannelserne, Emdrup, Danish School of Education, Arts, Aarhus University3 University College Metropol4 Danish School of Education - Didaktikuddannelserne, Emdrup, Danish School of Education, Arts, Aarhus University
theory and teachers' reflections in the pilot studyteori og lærerrefleksioner i pilotstudie
We describe a pilot project 2009 – 2010 about early intervention in second grade mathematics (about 8 years old) in Frederiksberg, a Danish urban municipality. We shortly describe the background of the pilot project, aims and organisation in four design cycles. We explore the pilot teachers' feedback during the pilot process, how pilot teacher feedback was applied in material production, and the relations between the feedback and the project’s theoretical basis. The project is based on original theory (Math Holes theory), but international frameworks, like Mathematics Recovery, serve as a starting point. We find an urgent need to develop and research projects on early intervention in Nordic school culture, preferably in critical dialogue with international research in this field. , while critically discussing ideas and experiences from other countries.
Special Needs Education in Mathematics: New Trends, Problems and Possibilities, 2013, p. 64-74
matematikvanskeligheder; tidlig indsats; educational design research; Early Intervention (Education); Mathematics Holes; Matematikhuller; Mathematics Recovery; Matematik-didaktik; Grundskole; Specialpædagogik