La formazione degli insegnanti di matematica in Germania.

Ralph Schwarzkopf; Anna S. Steinweg

Bollettino dell'Unione Matematica Italiana (2006)

  • Volume: 9-A, Issue: 3-1, page 499-532
  • ISSN: 0392-4033

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In this paper the authors attempt is to give some general information about the German teacher education and the school system. Due to the opalescent formms of teacher education and schooling throughout Germany, we can only give an overall glance of the situatio. In detail we exemplify one form of techer education in the university of Dortmund. Within this detailed report, we focus on primary teacher education at university in the case of mathematics. We illustrate the important strands of mathematical and didactical education via some insight into specific courses given in Dortmund.

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Schwarzkopf, Ralph, and Steinweg, Anna S.. "La formazione degli insegnanti di matematica in Germania.." Bollettino dell'Unione Matematica Italiana 9-A.3-1 (2006): 499-532. <http://eudml.org/doc/289581>.

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abstract = {Nel presente articolo ci proponiamo di fornire alcune informazioni sul sistema scolastico e sulla formazione degli insegnati in Germania. Poiché gli ordinamenti ecolastici e le modalità di preparazione dei docenti sono estremamente variegate ci dobbiamo limitare ad una panoramica generale. Esporremo invece con maggior dettaglio il metodo di formazione adottato all'Università di Dortmund, dove lavoriamo entrambi come docenti di didattica della matematica nei corsi di preparazione all'insegnamento. Ci concentreremo sulla formazione matematica e didattica degli insegnati di scuola primaria, illustrando alcuni corsi specifici tenuti nella nostra sede.},
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