Volume 11 #1, 2014

"The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough"
- Tagore (1861-1941)

Special Issue: The 2010 Banff Workshop on Teachers as Stakeholders in Mathematics Education Research

0. The 2010 Banff workshop on Teachers as Stakeholders in MER, Bharath Sriraman (USA) & Günter Törner (Germany)

1. If you really want to get ahead, get a bunch of theories... and data to test them, Alan H. Schoenfeld (USA)

2. The Teachers Institute Approach to Professional Development, Roger Howe (USA)

3. Teachers as Stakeholders in mathematics education research, Konrad Krainer (Austria)

4. Teaching and learning mathematics with Math Fair, Lesson Study and Classroom Mentorship, Sharon Friesen & Krista Francis-Poscente (Canada)

5. What teachers’ want: Identifying mathematics teachers’ professional learning needs, Kim Beswick (Australia)

6. Approaching Professional Learning: what teachers want, Peter Liljedahl (Canada)

7. Facilitating stakeholders: Experiences from the Austrian IMST Project, Gertraud Benke, Angelika Kittner, Konrad Krainer (Austria)

8. Teachers as Stakeholders in Mathematics Education Research, Michael Jarry –Shore & Sandra Mcneil (Canada)

9. Professional Development: Possibilities and restrictions for mathematics teachers in lower secondary school in Iceland, Guðný Helga Gunnarsdóttir (Iceland)

10. The others’ voice: Availing other disciplines’ knowledge about sustainable impact of professional development programmes, Stefan Zehetmeier (Austria)