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This study focused on my personal experiences enhanced by the experiences of the participants as they exist within their programs of math education at West Virginia University. This research, a phenomenological study based on existential hermeneutical methodology offers a lens from which to view authentic learning explored through the theoretical framework of Paulo Freire, Parker Palmer, and the INTASC principles. I interviewed three preservice secondary math teachers with depth. Following, I used an interpretive framework to analyze the data.
Selmer, Sarah J., "The human experience: Changing perspectives in math education." (2008). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 9737.