Innovating methodology through international collaboration: Expanding the use of video analysis for understanding learning designs
The purpose of this paper is to propose new directions for research in the use of video analysis to improve teaching and learning design in mathematics. The research directions have been developed through an international collaboration involving researchers from Italy and Australia. The paper includes an outline of these context and the different drivers for research before presenting providing a literature review to support future methodological innovation.
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