Investigating Sociopedagogical Norms: Teachers' Discussions about Own and Others' Instruction
Teaching and Teacher Education
- Sociopedagogical norms are participation patterns when talking about instruction.
- Sociopedagogical norms are as important as social or sociomathematical norms.
- Sociopedagogical norms should be considered when designing professional development.
- Sociopedagogical norms can differ for discussions of own versus others' instruction.
Dick, Lara; Sztajn, Paola; Foote White, Tracey; and Heck, Daniel J.. "Investigating Sociopedagogical Norms: Teachers' Discussions about Own and Others' Instruction." Teaching and Teacher Education (2018) : 297.