Task-Based Interviews in Mathematics Education

Xandra Yunuen Ca
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MAPA MENTAL DE ENTREVISTA MATEMATICA
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Task-Based Interviews in Mathematics Education
1 DEFINITION
1.1 Interviews in which a subject or group of subjects talk while working on a mathematical task or set of tasks.
2 ORIGIN
2.1 Task-based interviews have their origin in clinical interviews that date back to the time of Piaget, who is credited with pioneering the clinical interview.
2.1.1 USED
2.1.1.1 Was used in order to gain a deeper understanding of children’s cognitive development
3 USED
3.1 By researchers in qualitative research in mathematics education to gain knowledge about an individual or group of students
3.1.1 FOR ASSESSMENT
3.1.1.1 Have been useful in describing student knowledge and providing insight into how mathematical solutions to tasks are built by students
3.1.1.2 Researchers can gain insight into students’ mathematical thinking
3.1.1.3 Can use interviews in their classrooms to study how young children think about and learn mathematics as well as to assess the mathematical knowledge of their students
3.1.1.4 The reasoning in problem-solving situations of small groups of students can also be made with open-ended task-based assessments
4 COMPONENT
4.1 A Carefully constructed task like a key of the task-based interview in mathematics education
4.1.1 METHODOLOGY
4.1.1.1 -Record them with audio and/or videotapes for later. The recordings, accompanied by transcripts, observers’ notes, subjects’ work, or other related metadata. Data from the interviews are then coded, analyzed, and reported according to the research questions initially posed.
4.1.2 TECHNIQUES AND RESOURCES
4.1.2.1 Such as thinking aloud and openended prompting
4.1.2.1.1 USE
4.1.2.1.1.1 To investigate subjects’ existing and developing mathematical knowledge and ways of reasoning, how ideas are represented and elaborated, and how connections are built to other ideas as they extend their knowledge
5 TEACHING EXPERIMENT
5.1 A teaching experiment is an experimental tool that derives from Piaget’s clinical interview.
5.1.1 In this context, the interviewer and interviewee’s actions are interdependent
5.1.2 The interviewer intervenes by experimenting with inputs that might influence the organizing or reorganizing of an individual’s knowledge
5.1.3 As in some task-based interviews, protocols may be modified as observation of critical moments suggests
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