Like a bridge: Scaffolding as a means of assisting low-attaining students in mathematics during cognitively challenging tasks

Sarah Ferguson
The present study examined the case of two upper primary teachers and two low-attaining target students in each of their classes. This study was a component of a large study examining three specific types of mathematics tasks aimed at building conceptual understanding. The two classes observed and described in the present study were engaged in using these cognitively challenging types of mathematics tasks. The study aimed to explore the impact that particular scaffolding practices had...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.