Using Surveys as Proxies for Observations in Measuring Mathematics Instruction

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Using data from elementary mathematics teachers, we examine the correspondence between self-reports and observational measures of two instructional dimensions--reform-orientation and classroom climate--and the relative ability of these measures to predict teachers' contributions to student learning.


Manuscript in preparation, National Council on Measurement in Education Annual Meeting

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