Ting-Ying Wang

Ting-Ying Wang
National Taiwan Normal University | NTNU · Department of Mathematics

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Publications (29)
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Students’ negative affective performance in mathematics learning is a global problem, and the situation is especially challenging in high-achieving East Asian countries. Taiwan’s Just Do Math (JDM) program was launched to resolve this problem and to serve as an example of successful scaling up with regard to implementation of innovation. We develop...
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This study used exploratory factor analysis to explore and compare Filipino and Taiwanese students' perception of effective mathematics teaching behaviors, which help students understand, focusing on the dimensions of representation, teaching methods, and problem-solving strategies employed by the teacher. Every dimension yielded two factors. On re...
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This study investigated the factors contributing to preservice teachers' (PTs') endorsement of technology-integrated mathematics classes. The sample included 91 PTs at two normal universities in Taiwan. Five factors were identified through exploratory factor analysis. From highest to lowest degree of endorsement among the PTs, the factors were inno...
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As an important component of teaching expertise, teacher noticing is gaining growing attention in our intercultural mathematics education community. However, it is likely that in many cases the researchers' perspectives on what characterizes high instructional quality in mathematics classrooms shape what they expect teachers to notice. In particula...
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This study determined perspectives of students and their teachers regarding ideal mathematics teaching using questionnaires. The sample included 2437 Taiwanese and 1141 Chinese senior high school students and their mathematics teachers. Exploratory, confirmatory, and multigroup confirmatory factor analysis were conducted to determine the factors co...
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This paper discusses the effects of large-scale studies, including international comparative studies and national studies using nationally representative samples, on policy making and practices pertinent to mathematics education in Taiwan, through the lens of Taiwanese societal and cultural characteristics. Taiwan has been through several successfu...
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Responding to students’ performance in TIMSS and PISA in East Asian countries/regions – low interests, low confidence, not seeing the value of mathematics, and high-achieving performance in average but a substantial percentage of “lowest performers”– a project JUST DO MATH has been launched in Taiwan. The themes of the project included developing s...
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This study developed a questionnaire composed of teaching-behavior items obtained from pioneering empirical studies, for measuring students’ perspectives on effective mathematics teaching. The questionnaire was used to survey 4514 high school students in Taiwan, where Western innovative mathematics instruction has been promoted since a curriculum r...
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This study explored and compared the perspectives of Taiwanese in-service and pre-service high school mathematics teachers regarding ideal teaching behaviours; the perspectives of a nationwide sample of students were taken as the baseline. Fourteen factors contributing to ideal teaching behaviours were identified through exploratory factor analyses...
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This study explores and compares the predictors for the readiness of future secondary teachers to teach mathematics in Singapore, Taiwan, and the United States, using a hierarchical linear model and multivariate linear regression model. On the basis of data from the Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics at the individual and instit...
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TEDS-M displayed the results of an international comparison of primary and lower-secondary future teachers’ performances on MCK and MPCK. Taiwanese future teachers excelled on both levels. This study probes into the reasons by analyzing future teachers’ performance corresponding to three different background factors: different systems of teacher pr...
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The Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics, sponsored by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, is the first data-based study about mathematics teacher education with large-scale samples; this article is based on its data but develops a stand-alone conceptual framework to investigate the quality...
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This chapter describes a study whose aim is to highlight the cultural notion of beliefs related to mathematics teaching with respect to future mathematics teachers and teacher educators at the lower-secondary level. Through conducting multi-sample latent profile analysis, this study identified the belief profiles for the teachers and the educators....
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This study investigates the similarities and differences of mathematics-related teaching competencies between the future secondary school teachers of Taiwan and Singapore by using data from the international Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics (TEDS-M), organized by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational...
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This study used the data set from the Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics to identify the profiles of opportunities to learn (OTL) regarding topics studied in teacher preparation programs by future secondary mathematics teachers from 15 participating countries. The topics of inquiry covered tertiary-level mathematics, school-leve...
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This paper draws on data from the international TEDS-M study, organized by the IEA, and utilizes a conceptual framework describing the Taiwanese perspective of mathematics and mathematics teaching competences (MTCs) with regard to investigating the uniqueness and patterns of Taiwanese future primary teacher performance in the international context....
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The Teacher Education and Development Study in Mathematics, sponsored by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, is the first data-based study about mathematics teacher education with large-scale samples; this article is based on its data but develops a stand-alone conceptual framework to investigate the quality...

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1) Investigate the situations and the mechanisms of designers’ TPD regarding module designing 2) Investigate the influences of designers’ backgrounds on their TPD of module designing *TPD=teacher professional development
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To investigate the following: (1)Investigate preservice secondary mathematics teachers’ (PSMT) pedagogical reasoning on the instruction of MFIT (2)Investigate the modes to cultivate PSMTs’ pedagogical reasoning on the instruction of MFIT and regular contents in the topics of functions *MFIT=Modelling with functions and with the integration of technology