Keeping apace with western countries, Azerbaijan and Iran have recently revised their mathematics curriculum moving from a traditional teacher-based approach to a new interactive student-based approach. As teachers from Azerbaijan and Iran, we will share our experiences and observations as we transitioned from learning and teaching with the traditional curriculum and classroom methods to learning and teaching with the new curriculum and student-centered mathematics methods.
This session is full.
Nahid Pourdolat Safari is a second-year Ph.D. student in educational studies. She has taught Mathematics for more than 14 years back in her country Iran. She has had classes in calculus, applied mathematics, and ordinary equations. Her research interest is designing pre-service and in-service programs for mathematics instructors.
Zibakhanim Alibalayeva is a second-year Ph.D. student in the faculty of Education at the University of Victoria. Her research interest is digital technology in mathematics education. For the last 6 years, she has been teaching mathematics in middle and high schools in Azerbaijan.