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Mathematics teacher noticing is a construct used heavily in research around mathematics teaching and mathematics teacher education. However, just as a focus on noticing draws attention to what a teacher “sees”, a focus on what a teacher does NOT “see” is equally important. In this study, we utilize an online video commenting tool to analyze what elementary pre-service teachers of color notice about the language and positioning of case study students through four-weeks of problem solving interviews. This tool served as a space for teachers of color to confront the racist ideologies present in how their peers positioned students.


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Proceedings of the 40th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education

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