International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education

The Development of TPSM for Future Mathematics Candidates in SQU
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Abstract

Mathematics Teacher Preparation Programs increasingly include a focus on the use of technology for teaching school mathematics. A key feature in this approach to prepare teachers to teach mathematics with technology is to integrally develop teachers’ TPSM. Teachers need to understand that critical instructional decisions they make are grounded in their understandings of each domain (technology, pedagogy, and School Mathematics) and influenced by their beliefs and conceptions. The main professional course in (SQU: Sultan Qaboos University) mathematics teachers program focus on the potential integration of three domains TPSM to prepare new teachers.

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