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Addressing the challenge of legitimate international comparisons of classroom practice
D Clarke, C Mesiti, C O’Keefe, LH Xu, E Jablonka, IAC Mok, Y Shimizu
International Journal of Educational Research 46 (5), 280-293, 2007
922007
Addressing the challenge of legitimate international comparisons: Lesson structure in the USA, Germany and Japan
D Clarke, C Mesiti, E Jablonka, Y Shimizu
Making connections, 23-45, 2006
412006
The lexicon project: Examining the consequences for international comparative research of pedagogical naming systems from different cultures
D Clarke, C Mesiti, Y Cao, J NovotnŠ
CERME 10, 2017
202017
The structure of mathematics lessons in the United States
C Mesiti, D Clarke, J Lobato
D. Clarke (Chair), Mathematics lessons in Germany, Japan, the USA and†…, 2003
162003
Addressing the challenge of legitimate international comparisons: Lesson structure in Australia and the USA
DJ Clarke, C Mesiti
Mathematics Education Research: Innovation, Networking, Opportunity†…, 2003
142003
Beginning the lesson: The first ten minutes
C Mesiti, D Clarke
Making Connections, 47-71, 2006
132006
Teachers talking about their classrooms: Learning from the professional lexicons of mathematics teachers around the world
C Mesiti, M Artigue, H Hollingsworth, Y Cao, D Clarke
Routledge, 2021
102021
A functional analysis of mathematical tasks in China, Japan, Sweden, Australia and the USA: Voice and Agency
C Mesiti, D Clarke
Mathematical tasks in classrooms around the world, 185-216, 2010
82010
The professional, pedagogical language of mathematics teachers: A cultural artefact of significant value to the mathematics community
C Mesiti, D Clarke
L. S. Bergqvist, M. ÷sterholm, & C. Granberg, Delight in mathematics†…, 2018
72018
What do you see that you can name?
C Mesiti, DJ Clarke, T Dobie, S White, M Sherin
Documenting the language teachers use to describe the phenomena in middle†…, 2017
72017
Writing the student into the task: Agency and Voice
DJ Clarke, C Mesiti
Proceedings of ICMI Study 22, 175-184, 2013
62013
O‟ Keefe
D Clarke, C Mesiti
C., Xu, LH, Jablonka, E., Mok, IAC, et al, 280-293, 2007
62007
Structure in the Professional Vocabulary of Middle School Mathematics Teachers in Australia.
C Mesiti, D Clarke
Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 2017
52017
Discourse about the mathematics classroom
C Mesiti, D Clarke, K Roan, H Hollingsworth, C Yiming, Y Guowen, ...
Mathematics Education: How to solve it, 357-363, 2016
52016
Language mediating learning: The function of language in mediating and shaping the classroom experiences of students, teachers and researchers
D Clarke, J DŪez-Palomar, M Hannula, MCE Chan, C Mesiti, J Novotna, ...
Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the International Group for the†…, 2016
52016
The Lexicon Project: Accessing the pedagogical vocabulary in languages other than English
DJ Clarke, C Mesiti, MMF Pinto, TF Kawasaki
Proceedings of the 34th Conference of the International Group for the†…, 2010
52010
Lesson patterns in superficially similar cultures: The USA and Australia
C Mesiti, D Clarke
Perspectives on International Comparisons of Lesson Structure in Mathematics†…, 2003
52003
International lesson structure comparisons
D Clarke, C Mesiti
Paper submitted to Discussion Group 11, 2004
42004
The professional lexicons of mathematics teachers in the Czech Republic and Australia: How do they compare?
C Mesiti, J NovotnŠ, D Clarke, A HošpesovŠ, H Hollingsworth
SEMT ‘19 Proceedings–Opportunities in Learning and Teaching Elementary†…, 2019
32019
Describing and Prescribing Classroom Practice: Do We Have a Common Language?.
C Mesiti, D Clarke, J van Driel
Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, 2019
32019
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