Collaborative Work in Mathematics Teacher Education

Resumo

Collaborative work improves teacher education through the interaction between people, narrowing the distance between university and schools and between researchers and preservice or in-service teachers. This systematic literature review included works published in databases like Scielo, ERIC, PsycINFO, Web of Science, and MathEduc. In total, 12 papers were reviewed to identify which factors present in collaborative environments favor the formation of teaching processes in Mathematics Education. The results show that class planning, teaching practices, and knowledge production provide a contribution to mathematics teacher education.

 

Keywords: Teacher Collaboration. Teacher Education. Mathematics Education. Systematic Review.

 

Resumo

O trabalho colaborativo potencializa a formação de professores por meio da interação entre pessoas, aproximando a universidade da escola e os pesquisadores dos professores em formação ou já atuantes. Esta revisão sistemática da literatura incluiu trabalhos publicados em bases de dados como Scielo, ERIC, PsycINFO, Web of Science e MathEduc. No total, 12 artigos foram revisados para identificar quais fatores presentes em ambientes colaborativos favorecem a constituição de processos formativos em Educação Matemática. Os resultados mostram que o planejamento de aulas, a prática docente e a produção de conhecimentos contribuem para a formação de professores de matemática.

 

Palavras-chave: Colaboração entre Professores. Formação de Professores. Educação Matemática. Revisão Sistemática.

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2020-03-04
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