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Activities

  1. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  2. Henderson, George L.; Miller, William F., 1972, Let's Play Games in Mathematics
  3. Evered, Lisa J., 2001, Riddles, Puzzles and Paradoxes: Having Fun with Serious Mathematics
  4. Battista, Michael J, 1993, Mathematics in Baseball
  5. Hynes, Mary Ellen; Dixon, Julie K.; Adams, Thomasenia Lott, 2002, Rubber-band Rockets
  6. McIntosh, Margaret E.;Draper, Roni Jo, 2001, Using Learning Logs in Mathematics: Writing to Learn
  7. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Graphs and Functions as Patterns
  8. Taylor, Lydotta M. and King, Joanna L., 1997, A Popcorn Project for All Students
  9. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  10. Rothbart, Andrea, 1998, Learning toReason from Lewis Carroll
  11. Hines, Ellen, 2002, Exploring Functions withDynamic Physical Models
  12. Stor, Marilyn and Briggs, William L., 1998,Dice and Disease in the Classroom
  13. Bay, JenniferM., 2001, Developing Number Sense on the Number Line
  14. Winter, Mary Jean; Carlson, Ronald J., 2000, Liquid Assets: Increasing Students' Mathematical Capital
  15. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators as Learning Tools for Young Children’s Explorations of Numbers
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Algebra

  1. Young, Paula Grafton, 1998, Probability, Matrices, and Bugs in Trees
  2. Pagon, Dusan, 1998, Performing Operations with Matrices on Spreadsheets
  3. Crocker, Deborah A.; Long, Betty B., 2002, Rice + Technology = an Exponential Experience!
  4. Helfgott, Michel; Lutz, P. Michael, 2002, The Boat-and-Ambulance Problem Revisited
  5. James R. Choike, 2000, Teaching Strategies for "Algebra for All"
  6. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra for Students with Learning Disabilities
  7. Forringer, Richard S., 2000, (A + B + C)^2
  8. Nickerson, Susan E.; Nydam, Cherie; Bowers, Janet S., 2000, Linking Algebraic Concepts and Contexts: Every Picture Tells a Story
  9. Heid, M. Kathleen; Hollebrands, Karen F.; Iseri, Linda W, 2002, Reasoning and Justification, with Examples from Technological Environments
  10. Worrall, Laura J.; Quinn, Robert J., 2001, Promoting Conceptual Understanding of Matrices
  11. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Graphs and Functions as Patterns
  12. Hines, Ellen, 2002, Exploring Functions withDynamic Physical Models
  13. Smith III, John P.; Phillips, ElizabethA., 2000, Listening to Middle School Students' Algebraic Thinking
  14. Thorton, Stephen J., 2001, New Approaches to Algebra: Have We Missed the Point?
  15. Winter, Mary Jean; Carlson, Ronald J., 2000, Liquid Assets: Increasing Students' Mathematical Capital
  16. Lambdin, Diana; Lynch, Kathleen; McDaniel, Heidi, 2000, Algebra in the Middle Grades
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Arithmetic

  1. Azim, Diane, 2002, Understanding Multiplication as One Operation
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Assessment

  1. Wilson, Linda, 1994, What Gets Graded Is What Gets Valued
  2. Coates, Diane, 1995, SCORE webpage, www.frontiernet.net/~dcoates/altass.htm
  3. Stylianou, Despina A.; Kenney, Patricia Ann; Silver, Edward A.; Alacaci, Cengiz, 2000, Gaining Insight into Students' Thinking through Assessment Tasks
  4. Stelle, Diana F., 2002, "Assessment in Action: Mrs. Grant's Measurement Unit
  5. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2002, Ensuring Equity and Excellence in Mathematics
  6. Romagnano, Lew, 2001, The Myth of Objectivity in Mathematics Assessment
  7. Steele, Diana F., 2002, Assessment in Action: Mrs. Grant's Measurement Unit
  8. Ross, Sharon R., 2002, Place Value: Problem Solving and Written Assessment
  9. Carroll, William M., 1998, Middle School Students' Reasoning About Geometric Situations
  10. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics Learning with Open-ended Questions
  11. Thomson, Denisse; Beckmann, Charlene; Senk, Sharon, 1997, Improving Classroom Tests as a Means of Improving Assessment
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Calculus

  1. Morriss, Paul, 1998, Discovering a geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  2. Helfgott, Michel; Lutz, P. Michael, 2002, The Boat-and-Ambulance Problem Revisited
  3. Allen, Lucas G., 2001, Teaching Mathematical Induction: An Alternate Approach
  4. Sherfinski, John, 2002, A Multilayered Maximum-Minimum Problem
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Communication

  1. Burns, Marilyn, 1985, The Role of Questioning
  2. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Mat-AbusedStudents:Are we Prepared to Teach Them?
  3. Liedtke, Werner W.; Sales, Judith, 2001, Writing Tasks That Succeed
  4. , , Collaborative Learning Forum
  5. Meyer, Carol; Sallee, Tom, 1983, Make It Simpler: A Practical Guide to Problem Solving in Mathematics
  6. Evered, Lisa J., 2001, Riddles, Puzzles and Paradoxes: Having Fun with Serious Mathematics
  7. Stylianou, Despina A.; Kenney, Patricia Ann; Silver, Edward A.; Alacaci, Cengiz, 2000, Gaining Insight into Students' Thinking through Assessment Tasks
  8. Warkentin, Don R., 2000, Finger Math in Geometry
  9. Ward, Cherry D., 2001, Under Construction: On Becoming a Constructivist in View of teh Standards
  10. Ward, Cherry D., 2001, Under Construction: On Becoming a Constructivist in View of teh Standards
  11. McIntosh, Margaret E.;Draper, Roni Jo, 2001, Using Learning Logs in Mathematics: Writing to Learn
  12. Ross, Sharon R., 2002, Place Value: Problem Solving and Written Assessment
  13. Taylor, Lydotta M. and King, Joanna L., 1997, A Popcorn Project for All Students
  14. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  15. Flores, Alfinio; Perkins, Isabel, 2002, Mathematical Notations and Procedures of Recent Immigrant Studies
  16. Pugalee, David K., 2001, Using Communication to Develop Students' Mathematical Literacy
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Connections

  1. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  2. Young, Victoria, 2002, A Matter of "Survival"
  3. Marshall, Gerald L.; Rich, Beverly S., 2000, The Role of History in a Mathematics Classroom
  4. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha!
  5. Johnson, Donovan A., 1973, Games for Learning Mathematics
  6. Helfgott, Michel; Lutz, P. Michael, 2002, The Boat-and-Ambulance Problem Revisited
  7. Evered, Lisa J., 2001, Riddles, Puzzles and Paradoxes: Having Fun with Serious Mathematics
  8. Battista, Michael J, 1993, Mathematics in Baseball
  9. FASE productions, 1991, Math: who needs it?!
  10. Teppo, Anne R. and Hodgson Ted, 2001, Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Eggs and Probability
  11. Keller, Rod and Davidson, Doris, 2001, The Math Poem
  12. Moyer, Patricia S. and Hsia, Wei Hsia, 2001, The Archaeological Dig Site: Using Geometry to Reconstruction the Past
  13. Hynes, Mary Ellen; Dixon, Julie K.; Adams, Thomasenia Lott, 2002, Rubber-band Rockets
  14. Worrall, Laura J.; Quinn, Robert J., 2001, Promoting Conceptual Understanding of Matrices
  15. Johnson, Craig. M, 2001, Functions of Number Theory in Music
  16. Sherfinski, John, 2002, A Multilayered Maximum-Minimum Problem
  17. Martinez, Joseph G. R., 2002, Building Conceptual Bridges From Arithmetic to Algebra
  18. Quinn, Robert J.; Tomlinson, Stephen, 1999, Randon Variables: Simulations and Surprising Connections
  19. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  20. Froelich, Gary W., 2002, Connecting Mathematics
  21. Hines, Ellen, 2002, Exploring Functions withDynamic Physical Models
  22. Chauvot, Jennifer B.; Wilson, Patricia S.,2000, Who? How? What? A Strategy for Using History to Teach Mathematics
  23. Groden, Claire, 1995, MakingConnections Using Embedded Software
  24. Watson, Jane, 2000, Statistics in Context
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Curriculum

  1. , , 2 plus 2: The Home of Mathematically Correct
  2. , , Mathematically Sane: Promoting the Rational Reform of Mathematics Education
  3. Nickerson, Susan E.; Nydam, Cherie; Bowers, Janet S., 2000, Linking Algebraic Concepts and Contexts: Every Picture Tells a Story
  4. Bedford, Crayton W., 1998, The Case for Chaos
  5. Martinez, Joseph G. R., 2002, Building Conceptual Bridges From Arithmetic to Algebra
  6. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Investigation 3: Exponential Decay (Decreasing Growth) Patterns
  7. Froelich, Gary W., 2002, Connecting Mathematics
  8. Smith, Alma Coggs, 2002, Natural Chemistry with Technology
  9. Erisckson, Dianne K., 1999, AProblem-Based Approach to Mathematics Instruction
  10. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators asLearning Tools for Young Children?s Explorations of Number
  11. Anthony Piccolini, 1996, "The Advanced Placement Course in Statistics: Increasing Students' Options"
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Discrete

  1. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha!
  2. Johnson, Donovan A., 1973, Games for Learning Mathematics
  3. Gannon, Gerald E; Martelli, Mario U., 2001, Discrete Dynamical Systems Meet the Classic Monkey-and-the-Bananas Problem
  4. Allen, Lucas G., 2001, Teaching Mathematical Induction: An Alternate Approach
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Diversity

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Equity

  1. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2002, Ensuring Equity and Excellence in Mathematics
  2. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math Abused Students: Are We Prepared to Teach Them?
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Functions

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Games

  1. Young, Victoria, 2002, A Matter of "Survival"
  2. Meyer, Carol; Sallee, Tom, 1983, Make It Simpler: A Practical Guide to Problem Solving in Mathematics
  3. Henderson, George L.; Miller, William F., 1972, Let's Play Games in Mathematics
  4. Johnson, Donovan A., 1973, Games for Learning Mathematics
  5. Verhille, Charles; Blake, Rick, 1982, Activities for Active Learning and Teaching
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Geometry

  1. Pandiscio, Eric A., 2002, Alternative Geometric Constructions: Promoting Mathematical Reasoning
  2. Morriss, Paul, 1998, Discovering a geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  3. Geddes, Dorothy; et. al., 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  4. Manaster, Alfred B.; Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  5. Warkentin, Don R., 2000, Finger Math in Geometry
  6. Moyer, Patricia S. and Hsia, Wei Hsia, 2001, The Archaeological Dig Site: Using Geometry to Reconstruction the Past
  7. Carroll, William M., 1998, Middle School Students' Reasoning About Geometric Situations
  8. Lornell, Randi;Westerberg,Judy, 1999, Fractals in High Schoo: Exploring New Geometry
  9. Sanders Cathleen V., 1998, Geometric constructions: Visualizing and Understanding Geometry
  10. Rulf, Benjamin, 1998, A Geometric Puzzle That Leads to Fibonacci Sequences
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Gifted

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History

  1. Marshall, Gerald L.; Rich, Beverly S., 2000, The Role of History in a Mathematics Classroom
  2. McComas, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NCTM's Standards
  3. Hege, Hans-Christian (Ed); Polthier, Konrad (Ed), 1998, Video Math Festival
  4. McNeill, Shelia A., 2001, The Mayan Zeros
  5. Chauvot, Jennifer B.; Wilson, Patricia S.,2000, Who? How? What? A Strategy for Using History to Teach Mathematics
  6. Gray, S. I. B., 2000, Mathematics in the Age of Jane Austen: Essential Skills of 1800
  7. McCombs, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NTCM's Standards
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Interdisciplinary Learning

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Issues

  1. , , Mathematically Sane: Promoting the Rational Reform of Mathematics Education
  2. , , 2 plus 2: The Home of Mathematically Correct
  3. NEA Today Online, 2002, Inside Scoop: Math Wars
  4. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Mat- AbusedStudents:Are we Prepared to Teach Them?
  5. Thomson, Anthony D.; Sproule, Stephen L., 2000, Deciding When to Use Calculators
  6. Petrella, Gerald, 2001, Subtracting Integers: An Affective Lesson
  7. Rubenstein, Rheta N., 2001, Mental Mathematics beyond the Middle School: Why? What? How?
  8. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math Abused Students: Are We Prepared to Teach Them?
  9. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Fostering Mathematical Curiosity
  10. Flores, Alfinio; Perkins, Isabel, 2002, Mathematical Notations and Procedures of Recent Immigrant Studies
  11. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra forStudents with Learning Disabilities
  12. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Fostering MathematicalCuriosity
  13. McCombs, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NTCM's Standards
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Management

  1. , , Collaborative Learning Forum
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Manipulatives

  1. Bell, Garry, 1997, Showing That a-b = -(b-a)
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Measurement

  1. Stelle, Diana F., 2002, "Assessment in Action: Mrs. Grant's Measurement Unit
  2. Hynes, Mary Ellen; Dixon, Julie K.; Adams, Thomasenia Lott, 2002, Rubber-band Rockets
  3. Steele, Diana F., 2002, Assessment in Action: Mrs. Grant's Measurement Unit
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Number Theory

  1. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  2. Flashpohler, David C.; Dinkheller, Ann L., 1999, German Tanks: A Problem in Estimation
  3. Stylianou, Despina A.; Kenney, Patricia Ann; Silver, Edward A.; Alacaci, Cengiz, 2000, Gaining Insight into Students' Thinking through Assessment Tasks
  4. Johnson, Craig. M, 2001, Functions of Number Theory in Music
  5. Miller, Catherine; Veenstra, Tamara,2002, The Number in the Fibonacci Sequence Appear All Around Us
  6. Bay,Jennifer M., 2001, Developing Number Sense on the Number Line
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Planning

  1. Quinn, Robert J. , 2000, Clinching First Place: Calculating the Magic Number
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Probability

  1. Young, Victoria, 2002, A Matter of "Survival"
  2. Young, Paula Grafton, 1998, Probability, Matrices, and Bugs in Trees
  3. Aspinwall, Leslie; Shaw, Kenneth L., 2000, Enriching Students' Mathematical Intuition with Probability Games and Tree Diagrams
  4. Teppo, Anne R. and Hodgson Ted, 2001, Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Eggs and Probability
  5. Stor, Marilyn and Briggs, William L., 1998,Dice and Disease in the Classroom
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Problem Solving

  1. Pandiscio, Eric A., 2002, Alternative Geometric Constructions: Promoting Mathematical Reasoning
  2. Burns, Marilyn, 1985, The Role of Questioning
  3. Young, Paula Grafton, 1998, Probability, Matrices, and Bugs in Trees
  4. Crocker, Deborah A.; Long, Betty B., 2002, Rice + Technology = an Exponential Experience!
  5. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha!
  6. Geenes, Carole, Gregory, John and Seymour, Dale, 1977, Successul Problem Solving TEchniques
  7. Meyer, Carol; Sallee, Tom, 1983, Make It Simpler: A Practical Guide to Problem Solving in Mathematics
  8. Henderson, George L.; Miller, William F., 1972, Let's Play Games in Mathematics
  9. Shaughnessy, J. Michael; Pfannkuch, Maxine, 2002, How Faithful is Old Faithful?
  10. Teppo, Anne R. and Hodgson Ted, 2001, Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Eggs and Probability
  11. Gannon, Gerald E; Martelli, Mario U., 2001, Discrete Dynamical Systems Meet the Classic Monkey-and-the-Bananas Problem
  12. Verhille, Charles; Blake, Rick, 1982, Activities for Active Learning and Teaching
  13. Rubenstein, Rheta N., 2001, Mental Mathematics beyond the Middle School: Why? What? How?
  14. Ross, Sharon R., 2002, Place Value: Problem Solving and Written Assessment
  15. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Fostering Mathematical Curiosity
  16. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Fostering MathematicalCuriosity
  17. Howe, Roger, 2002, Hermione Granger'sSolution
  18. Krulik, Stephen; Rudnick, Jesse A., 1994, Creative Teaching Will Produce Creative Students
  19. Rulf, Benjamin, 1998, A Geometric Puzzle That Leads to Fibonacci Sequences
  20. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators as Learning Tools for Young Children’s Explorations of Numbers
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Proof and Reasoning

  1. Pandiscio, Eric A., 2002, Alternative Geometric Constructions: Promoting Mathematical Reasoning
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Programs

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Puzzles

  1. Howe, Roger, 2002, Hermione Granger's Solution
  2. Rulf, Benjamin, 1998, A Geometric Puzzle That Leads to Fibonacci Sequences
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Research

  1. Hege, Hans-Christian (Ed); Polthier, Konrad (Ed), 1998, Video Math Festival
  2. Heid, M. Kathleen; Hollebrands, Karen F.; Iseri, Linda W, 2002, Reasoning and Justification, with Examples from Technological Environments
  3. Smith III, John P.; Phillips, ElizabethA., 2000, Listening to Middle School Students' Algebraic Thinking
  4. Maida, Paula, 1995, Reading and Note-taking Prior to Introduction
  5. Martinez, Joseph G. R., 2001, Exploring, Inventing, and Discovering Matematics: A Pedagogical Response to the TIMSS
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Standards

  1. NEA Today Online, 2002, Inside Scoop: Math Wars
  2. , , Mathematically Sane: Promoting the Rational Reform of Mathematics Education
  3. , , 2 plus 2: The Home of Mathematically Correct
  4. Wilson, Linda, 1994, What Gets Graded Is What Gets Valued
  5. Geddes, Dorothy; et. al., 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  6. McComas, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NCTM's Standards
  7. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2002, Ensuring Equity and Excellence in Mathematics
  8. Moyer, Patricia S. and Hsia, Wei Hsia, 2001, The Archaeological Dig Site: Using Geometry to Reconstruction the Past
  9. Ward, Cherry D., 2001, Under Construction: On Becoming a Constructivist in View of the Standards
  10. Steele, Diana F., 2002, Assessment in Action: Mrs. Grant's Measurement Unit
  11. Carroll, William M., 1998, Middle School Students' Reasoning About Geometric Situations
  12. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Investigation 3: Exponential Decay (Decreasing Growth) Patterns
  13. Froelich, Gary W., 2002, Connecting Mathematics
  14. Masingila, Joanna O., 1998, Thinking DeeplyAbout Knowing Mathematics
  15. Schoemer, Cathy G., 1997, "SomePratical Possibilities for Alternative Assessment
  16. Groden, Claire, 1995, MakingConnections Using Embedded Software
  17. Thorton, Stephen J., 2001, New Approaches toAlgebra: Have We Missed the Point?
  18. Stepanek, Jennifer, 1997, Science and Mathematics Standards in the Classroom: It's Just Good Teaching
  19. McCombs, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NTCM's Standards
  20. Stepanek, Jennifer, 1997, Science and Mathematics Standards in the Classroom
  21. Lambdin, Diana; Lynch, Kathleen; McDaniel, Heidi, 2000, Algebra in the Middle Grades
  22. Pugalee, David K., 2001, Using Communication to Develop Students' Mathematical Literacy
  23. Copes, Larry, 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
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Statistics

  1. Shaughnessy, J. Michael; Pfannkuch, Maxine, 2002, How Faithful is Old Faithful?
  2. Shaughnessy, J. Michael; Pfannkuch, Maxine, 2002, How Faithful is Old Faithful?
  3. Flashpohler, David C.; Dinkheller, Ann L., 1999, German Tanks: A Problem in Estimation
  4. Watson, Mary M, 2000, Statistics in Context
  5. Revak, Marie A.; Jihan G. Williams, 1999, The Double Stuf Dilemma
  6. Quinn, Robert J.; Tomlinson, Stephen, 1999, Randon Variables: Simulations and Surprising Connections
  7. Anthony Piccolini, 1996, "The Advanced Placement Course in Statistics: Increasing Students' Options"
  8. McCombs, Kim Krusen, 2000, Felix Klein and the NTCM's Standards
  9. Watson, Jane, 2000, Statistics in Context
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Teaching Strategies

  1. , , Collaborative Learning Forum
  2. Morriss, Paul, 1998, Discovering a geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  3. Azim, Diane, 2002, Understanding Multiplication as One Operation
  4. Crocker, Deborah A.; Long, Betty B., 2002, Rice + Technology = an Exponential Experience!
  5. James R. Choike, 2000, Teaching Strategies for "Algebra for All"
  6. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra for Students with Learning Disabilities
  7. Hale, Patricia, 2000, Kinematics and Graphs: Students' Difficulties and CBLs
  8. Allen, Lucas G., 2001, Teaching Mathematical Induction: An Alternate Approach
  9. Petrella, Gerald, 2001, Subtracting Integers: An Affective Lesson
  10. Rubenstein, Rheta N., 2001, Mental Mathematics beyond the Middle School: Why? What? How?
  11. Sherfinski, John, 2002, A Multilayered Maximum-Minimum Problem
  12. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Investigation 3: Exponential Decay (Decreasing Growth) Patterns
  13. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Fostering Mathematical Curiosity
  14. Erisckson, Dianne K., 1999, AProblem-Based Approach to Mathematics Instruction
  15. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators asLearning Tools for Young Children?s Explorations of Number
  16. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra forStudents with Learning Disabilities
  17. Flores, Alfinio; Perkins, Isabel, 2002, Mathematical Notations and Procedures of Recent Immigrant Studies
  18. Krulik, Stephen; Rudnick, Jesse A., 1994, Creative Teaching Will Produce Creative Students
  19. Stepanek, Jennifer, 1997, Science and Mathematics Standards in the Classroom
  20. Martinez, Joseph G. R., 2001, Exploring, Inventing, and Discovering Matematics: A Pedagogical Response to the TIMSS
  21. Copes, Larry, 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
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Technology

  1. Thomson, Anthony D.; Sproule, Stephen L., 2000, Deciding When to Use Calculators
  2. Pagon, Dusan, 1998, Performing Operations with Matrices on Spreadsheets
  3. Hege, Hans-Christian (Ed); Polthier, Konrad (Ed), 1998, Video Math Festival
  4. Math Medics, 2002, S.O.S. MATHematics
  5. Heid, M. Kathleen; Hollebrands, Karen F.; Iseri, Linda W, 2002, Reasoning and Justification, with Examples from Technological Environments
  6. Hale, Patricia, 2000, Kinematics and Graphs: Students' Difficulties and CBLs
  7. Smith, Alma Coggs, 2002, Natural Chemistry with Technology
  8. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators asLearning Tools for Young Children?s Explorations of Number
  9. Groden, Claire, 1995, MakingConnections Using Embedded Software
  10. Thompson, Anthony D.; Sproule, Stephen C., 2000, Deciding When to Use Calculators
  11. Joyner, Jeane; Rich, Wendy, 2002, Using Interactive Web Sites to Enhance Mathematics Learning
  12. Huinker, DeAnn, 2002, Calculators as Learning Tools for Young Children’s Explorations of Numbers
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Tests

  1. Romagnano, Lew, 2001, The Myth of Objectivity in Mathematics Assessment
  2. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics Learning with Open-ended Questions
  3. Thomson, Denisse; Beckmann, Charlene; Senk, Sharon, 1997, Improving Classroom Tests as a Means of Improving Assessment
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Trigonometry

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