Tools, rules and teachers: The relationship between curriculum standards and resource systems when teaching mathematics

Morten Misfeldt, Andreas Lindenskov Tamborg, Jonas Dreyøe, Benjamin Brink Allsopp

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In this article, we explore the relationship between teacher practice, technological infrastructure, and national curriculum standards using one teacher’s experience as outset for theoretical exploration of relations between curriculum and technology in digital learning platforms. We present a project testing a learning platform that connects national standards with specific learning objectives. The example is analyzed using both curriculum theory and documentational genesis. This case shows how the intentions of the national curriculum standards becomes an integrated part of the teachers’ documentational genesis within the learning platform. Rules and national curriculum standards become parts of the teachers’ resource systems together with the learning platform, and this combination influences planned and enacted curricula and impact teachers’ work in ways not easily predicted.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Educational Research
Number of pages12
ISSN0883-0355
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 2019

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Tools, rules and teachers: The relationship between curriculum standards and resource systems when teaching mathematics. / Misfeldt, Morten; Tamborg, Andreas Lindenskov; Dreyøe, Jonas; Allsopp, Benjamin Brink.

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