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Activities

  1. Fernandez, Maria L., February 1999, Making Music with Mathematics
  2. Naylor, Michael, February 1999, The Amazing Octacube
  3. , February 1999, The Life Expectancy of a Jawbreaker: An Application of the Composition of Functions
  4. Craine, Timothy V., and Rubenstein, Rheta N., April 2000, Traveling Toward Proof
  5. Boyer, Kimberly, September 2002, Using Active Learning Strategies to Motivate Students
  6. Copes, Larry, April 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
  7. Goldsby, Dianne, 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  8. Morris, Barbara, 2004, the Beauty of Geometry
  9. Gupta, Neil, 2004, Algebra 1's Speed Trap
  10. Hall, Matthew, 2003, Calculator Cryptography
  11. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2004, "Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry"
  12. Neumann, Maureen D., 2003, The Mathematics of Native American Star Quilts
  13. Attia, Tamar Lisa, 2003, Using School Lunches to Study Proportion
  14. Boyer, Kimberly R., 2002, Using Active Learning Strategies to Motivate Students
  15. Maganzini, Christy, 1997, Cool Math: Math Tricks, Amazing Math Activities, Cool Calculations, Awesome Math Factoids, and More!
  16. Engel, Bill, Schmidt, Diane, 2004, The Galactic Spaceship Tour Challenge
  17. Awe, William G., 2004, "Bingo, Golf, Who has? And other Activities for your Classroom"
  18. Stang, Jim, 2004, Putting the "F" Word Back in Math...FUN!
  19. Stang, Jim, 2004, Putting the "F" Word Back in Math...FUN!
  20. Goldsby, Dianne S., 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  21. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  22. Boswell, Laurie, 2004, Activities to Develop Reasoning in Geometry
  23. McDaniel, Michael, 2003, Not Just Another Theorem: A Cultural and Historical Event
  24. Cramer, Kathleen, January 2001, Using Models to Build an Understanding of Functions
  25. Buhl, David, Oursland, Mark, Finko, Kristen, 2003, The Legend of Paul Bunyan, Lessons in Measurement
  26. Lege, Steve, 1999, "Why Not Three Dimensions?"
  27. Fidler, Mark, 1999, "Chipping Away At Proofs: A Cooperative Approach"
  28. Preston, Ronald V., Amanda, Garner S. , 2003, Spotlight on the Standards; Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
  29. Attia, Tamar, 2003, Using School Lunches to Study Proportion
  30. Miller, Catherine B.; Veenstra, Tamara B., January 2002, Beautiful Patterns, Beautiful Mathematics
  31. Beckmann, Charlene E.; Thompson, Denisse R.; Austin, Richard A., 2004, Exploring Proportional Resoning through Movies and Literature
  32. Burke, Maurice; Erickson, David; Lott, Johnny W.; Obert, Mindy, 2001, Expanding the notion of function representation
  33. Gerver, Robert K., and Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  34. Mathews, Susann M., 2004, Mathematical Modeling: Convoying Merchant Ships
  35. Geddes, Dorothy, 1994, Measurement in the Middle Grades, Squares and the Pythagorean Theorem
  36. Keenan, Edward P., 1998, "Opening Young Minds to Closure Properties"
  37. Berry, Stephanie M., September 2002, Students Realize Mathematics is Everywhere
  38. Appelbaum, Elizabeth, 2000, A Simulation to Model Exponential Growth
  39. Kosbob, Sarah; Moyer, Patricia S., 2004, Picnicking with Fractions
  40. Underwood Gregg, Diana, 2002, Algebra for All: Building Students' Sense of Linear Relationships by Stacking Cubes
  41. Yoshinobu, Stan T., 2003, Mathematics, Politics, and Greenhouse Gas Intensity: An Example of Using Polya's Problem-Solving Strategy
  42. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  43. Obrien, Tim, 1997, Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Equations
  44. Colgan, Lynda E. C. Colgan, Feb 2004, It's friezing in here: Tessellations through art, architecture, and cultural artifacts
  45. LeMoine, Shirley, , Probability: The Study of Chance
  46. Dengerud-Au, Mary, 2000, Strength of Wood Beams: An Engineering Application
  47. Basden, Jon, , The Area of a Parallelogram
  48. Cushner, Jason, 2003, Problem Solving the Problems of Society
  49. Kent Anderson , 1996, How Many Ways Can A Team Win a 7 Game Series?
  50. Taylor, Sharon E.; Mittag, Kathleen Cage, 2001, Seven Wonders of the ancient and Modern Quadratic World
  51. Davidson, Doris;Keller, Rod, 2001, The Math Poem: Incorporating Mathematical Termsin Poetry
  52. Koellner-Clark,Karen; Stallings, L. Lynn; Hoover, Sue A. , 2002, SocraticSeminars for Mathematics
  53. Gerver, Robert K; Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
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Algebra

  1. Manaster, Alfred B., and Schlesinger, Beth M., February 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  2. Jones. Michael A. and Cohen, Stanley F. , 2004, Fairness: How to Achieve It and How to Optimize in a Fair-Division Procedure
  3. Engel, Bill; Schmidt, Diane, 2004, How Big is a 16-Penny Nail?
  4. Gupta, Neil, 2004, Algebra 1's Speed Trap
  5. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra without realizing it
  6. Brutlag, Dan, 1994, Choice and Chance in Life: The Game of "Skunk"
  7. Greens, C, Cavanagh, M, Dacey, L, Findell, C, and Small, M, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Prekindergarten-Grade 2. Principles and Standards of School Mathematics Navigations Series.
  8. T. Carpenter, E. Fennema, M. L. Franke, L. Levi, S.B. Empson., September 2000, Cognitively Guided Instruction: A Research-Based Teacher Professional Development Program for Elementary School Mathematics
  9. Kelley, Paul, , Loads of Codes - Cryptography Through the Ages and in Your Classroom
  10. Bracken, Laura, 2004, Re-teaching Algorithms
  11. Johnsen, Connie and Wilkerson, Trena L., October 2003, My Jouney Toward a New Slant on Slope
  12. Kenney, Patricia; Zawojewski, Judith S.; Silver, Edward A., 1998, Marcy's Dot Pattern
  13. Fernandez, Maria L.; Anhault, Cynthia O., December 2001, Transition toward Algebra
  14. Askey, Richard, 1999, The Third Mathematics Education Revolution
  15. Burke, Maurice; Erickson, David; Lott, Johnny W.; Obert, Mindy, 2001, Expanding the notion of function representation
  16. Heid, M. Kathleen, 1995, "Algebra in a Technological World"
  17. Lannin, John K., 2003, Developing Algebraic Reasoning Through Generalization
  18. Keenan, Edward P., 1998, "Opening Young Minds to Closure Properties"
  19. Underwood Gregg, Diana, 2002, Algebra for All: Building Students' Sense of Linear Relationships by Stacking Cubes
  20. Obrien, Tim, 1997, Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Equations
  21. Martinex, J.G.R., 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Achilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  22. Alejandre, Suzanne, 1996, www.mathforum.org, "Traffic Jame Activity"
  23. Taylor, Sharon E.; Mittag, Kathleen Cage, 2001, Seven Wonders of the ancient and Modern Quadratic World
  24. Lewkowicz, M.L., 2003,The Use of "Intrigue" to Enhance Mathematical Thinking andMotivation in Beginning Algebra
  25. King, Sybrina L.,2002, Function Notation
  26. Choike, James R., October 2000, ALGEBRAfor All
  27. Lewkowicz, Marjorie L., 2003, The Use of "Intrigue" to Enhance Mathematical Thinking and Motivation in Beginning Algebra
  28. Martinez, Joseph G. R., April 2001,Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Archilles and the Tortoise"as an Algebraic Word Problem
  29. Choike, James R., 2000, Teaching Strategies for "Algebra for All"
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Assessment

  1. Kaystein, Mary, 2001, Putting Umph into Classroom Discussions
  2. Chappell, Britton, Kristine L; Johannes, Jennifer L., October 2003, Portfolios and a Backward Approach to Assessment
  3. Coates, Diane, 1995, Alternative Assessments to Reflect a Changing Mathematics Curriculum
  4. Boyer, Kimberly R., 2002, Using Active Learning Strategies to Motivate Students
  5. Britton, Kristine L., Johannes, Jennifer L., 2003, Portfolios and a Backward Approach to Assessment
  6. Vos, Kenneth, April 30, 2004, Presented at the MCTM Conference
  7. 2004 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2004, http://www.figurethis.org/challenges/c08/challenge.htm#hint
  8. Spencer, Philip, 1998, http://www.math.toronto.edu/mathnet/falseProofs/fallacies.html
  9. Cohen, Robin, (No year given), http://www.enc.org/topics/inquiry/activities/document
  10. Stutzman, Rodney; Race, Kimberly, 2004, EMRF: Everyday Rubric Grading
  11. Kersaint, Gladis, Chappell, Michaele, 2004, What Do You See? A Case for Examining Students' Work
  12. Kastberg, Signe E., 2003, Using Bloom's Taxonomy as a Framework for Classroom Assessment
  13. Romagnano, Lew, January 2001, The Myth of Objectivity in Mathematics Assessment
  14. Maccini, Paula; Gagnon, Joseph Calvin, Spring 2002, Perceptions and application of NCTM standards by special and general education teachers
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Calculus

  1. , February 1999, The Life Expectancy of a Jawbreaker: An Application of the Composition of Functions
  2. Uhl, Jerry and Davis, William, 1999, Is the Mathematics We Do the Mathematics We Teach?
  3. Dodge, W.; Viktora, S., 2002, Thinking out of the Box ... Problem
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Communication

  1. Copes, Larry, April 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
  2. Kaystein, Mary, 2001, Putting Umph into Classroom Discussions
  3. McDuffie, Amy M Roth; Young, Terrell A, 2003, Promoting Mathematical Discourse through Children's Literature
  4. Lee, Hea-Jin; Jung Woo Sik, 2004, Limited English Proficient Students: Mathematical Understanding
  5. Stein, Mary Kay, 2001, Putting Umph into
  6. Lesser, Lawrence M., 1999, Exploring the Birthday Problem with Spreadsheets
  7. Krussel, Libby, 1998, Teaching the Language of Mathematics
  8. Stephens, Ana C., January 2003, Another look at word problems
  9. Albert, Lillie R.; Mayotte, Gail; Cutlersohn, Sheila, 2002, Making Observations Interactive
  10. Kitchen, Richard S., 2004, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  11. Kitchen, Richard S., 2003, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  12. Brinkmann, Astrid, 2003, Mind Mapping as a Tool in Mathematics Education
  13. Sherin, Miriam Gamoran, 2003, Video Volunteers
  14. Koellner-Clark,Karen; Stallings, L. Lynn; Hoover, Sue A. , 2002, SocraticSeminars for Mathematics
  15. Ward, D. Cherry, 2001, UnderConstruction: On Becoming a Constructivist in View of theStandards
  16. Mendez, Edith,2001, A History of Mathematical Dialogue in Textbooks andClassrooms
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Connections

  1. Fernandez, Maria L., February 1999, Making Music with Mathematics
  2. Manaster, Alfred B., and Schlesinger, Beth M., February 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  3. Natsoulas, Anthula, May 2000, Group Symmetries Connect Art and History with Mathematics
  4. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  5. Russell, Alan , 2004, Pick's Theorem: What a Lemon!
  6. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2004, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  7. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2003, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  8. Goldsby, Dianne, 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  9. Jamski, William, 2004, The Arithmetick of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery
  10. McDuffie, Amy M Roth; Young, Terrell A, 2003, Promoting Mathematical Discourse through Children's Literature
  11. Brutlag, Dan, 1994, Choice and Chance in Life: The Game of "Skunk"
  12. Bechthold, Dawn; Soto-Johnson, Hortensia, 2004, "Tesselating the Sphere with Regular Polygons"
  13. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2004, "Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry"
  14. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  15. Garfunkel, Solomon; Godbold, Landy; Pollak, Henry, 1998, "Forearmed and Forewarned: Introduction to Collecting and Analyzing Data" from Mathematics: Modeling Our World Textbook
  16. Kelley, Paul, , Loads of Codes - Cryptography Through the Ages and in Your Classroom
  17. Froelich, Gary W., 1991, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics: Connecting Mathematics
  18. Rubenstein, Rheta N., 2001, A Quilting Problem: The Power of Multiple Solutions
  19. Yoshinobu, Stan T., 2003, Mathematics, Politics, and Greenhouse Gas Intensity: An Example of Using Polya's Problem-Solving Strategy
  20. Anonymous, 2000, The Factor Game
  21. Davidson, Doris; Keller, Rod, 2001, TheMath Poem: Incorporating Mathematical Terms in Poetry
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Curriculum

  1. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra without realizing it
  2. Greens, C, Cavanagh, M, Dacey, L, Findell, C, and Small, M, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Prekindergarten-Grade 2. Principles and Standards of School Mathematics Navigations Series.
  3. Reich, Michelle, 2004, Using Children's Literature to Enhance Middle School Mathematics
  4. Reich, Michelle, 2004, Using Children's Literature to Enhance Middle School Mathematics
  5. Schettino, Carmel, 2003, Transition to a Problem-Solving Curriculum
  6. Schettino, Carmel, 2003, Transition to a Problem-Solving Curriculum
  7. Broman, Sarah M., May 2002, Making Minutes More Meaningful: 90 Minute Mathematics Class
  8. Roitman, Judith, 1999, Beyond the Math Wars
  9. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  10. Askey, Richard, 1999, The Third Mathematics Education Revolution
  11. Reys, BJ; Bay-Williams, JM, October 2003, The Role of Textbooks in Implementing the Curriculum Principle and the Learning Principle
  12. Heid, M. Kathleen, 1995, "Algebra in a Technological World"
  13. Reys, Barbara, 1991, Developing Number Sense
  14. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  15. JJ Lo, T Watanabe, and JF Cai, March 2004, Developing ratio concepts: An Asian perspective
  16. Coxford, Arthur F., 1992, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
  17. Alejandre, Suzanne, 1996, www.mathforum.org, "Traffic Jame Activity"
  18. Edwards, Barbara S., December 2000, The Challenges ofImplementing Innovation
  19. Ward, D. Cherry, 2001, UnderConstruction: On Becoming a Constructivist in View of theStandards
  20. Gerver, Robert K; Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
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Discrete

  1. Unknown, 1996, http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/DASL/DataArchive.html
  2. Kent Anderson , 1996, How Many Ways Can A Team Win a 7 Game Series?
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Equity/Diversity

  1. Gutstein, Eric, Jan 2003, Teaching and Learning Mathematics for Social Justice in an Urban, Latino School
  2. Unknown, 2000, Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics
  3. Neumann, Maureen D., 2003, The Mathematics of Native American Star Quilts
  4. Gilbert, Melissa C., September 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
  5. Levi, Linda, 2000, Gender Equity in Mathematics Education
  6. Levi, Linda, 2000, Gender Equity in Mathematics Education
  7. Rasmussen, Claudette, 1995, http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/math/ma100.htm
  8. Rasmussen, Claudette, 1995, http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/math/ma100.htm
  9. Kitchen, Richard S., 2004, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  10. Lee, Hea-Jin; Sikjung, Woo, 2004, Limited-English-Proficient (LEP) Students: Mathematical Understanding
  11. Lattimore,Randy, January 2001, Gloria Hewitt: Mathematician
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Functions

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Games

  1. Brutlag, Dan, 1994, Choice and Chance in Life: The Game of "Skunk"
  2. Strinmoen, Chris; Ring, Jon, 2004, Building Homes of Our Own - An Innovative Building Game
  3. Anonymous, 2000, The Factor Game
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Geometry

  1. Naylor, Michael, February 1999, The Amazing Octacube
  2. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  3. Russell, Alan , 2004, Pick's Theorem: What a Lemon!
  4. Edwards, Michael , 2004, Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry
  5. Jones. Michael A. and Cohen, Stanley F. , 2004, Fairness: How to Achieve It and How to Optimize in a Fair-Division Procedure
  6. Morris, Barbara, 2004, the Beauty of Geometry
  7. Moyer, Patricia S ; Bolyard, Johnna J. , Feb 2003, Classify and Capture: Using Venn Diagrams and Tangrams To Develop Abilities in Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  8. Chambers, Lin, 2003, Geometry to the Resue: A story in Pictures
  9. Neumann, Maureen D., 2003, The Mathematics of Native American Star Quilts
  10. Soto-Johnson, Hortensia, Bechthold, Dawn, 2004, Tessellating the Sphere with Regular Polygons
  11. Boswell, Laurie, 2004, Activities to Develop Reasoning in Geometry
  12. Bell, Clare V., 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design
  13. Bell, Clare V., November 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design
  14. Cox, Rhonda L., 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  15. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2004, Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry
  16. Lege, Steve, 1999, "Why Not Three Dimensions?"
  17. Gole, Andy M., November 2003, Sherlock Holmes, Geometry Proofs, and Backward Reasoning
  18. Nelson, Roger, 1993, Proofs Without Words: Exercises in Visual Thinking
  19. Hirshfeld, Alan W., 2004, The Triangles of Aristarchus
  20. Hollebrands, Karen F., 2004, High School Students' Intuitiv Understandings of Geometric Transformations
  21. Soto-Johnson,hortensia; Bechthold, Dawn, 2004, Tessellating the Sphere with Regular Polygons
  22. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  23. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  24. Soto-Johnson, Hortensia; Bechhold, Dawn, March 2004, Tessellating the sphere with regular polygons
  25. BH Morris, March 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  26. Contreras, Jose N., 2003, A Problem Posing Approach to Specializing, Generalizing, and Extending Problems with Interactive Geometry Software"
  27. Glass, Brad, 2004, Transformations and Technology: What Path to Follow?
  28. Glass, Brad, 2004, Transformations and Technology: What Path to Follow?
  29. Coxford, Arthur F., 1992, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
  30. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  31. Colgan, Lynda E. C. Colgan, Feb 2004, It's friezing in here: Tessellations through art, architecture, and cultural artifacts
  32. Basden, Jon, ???, The Derivation of Pi
  33. Buhl, David A., April 2001, Missing Pennies and Eating Pi
  34. Dobbs, David E., January 2001, Analytic Methods in Investigative Geometry
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Gifted

  1. Dehaene, 1997, The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics
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History

  1. Natsoulas, Anthula, May 2000, Group Symmetries Connect Art and History with Mathematics
  2. McDaniel, Michael, 2003, Not Just Another Theorem: A Cultural and Historical Event
  3. Arlton, Stanley L., 2004, Fascinating Mathematical Relations
  4. Kiernan, James F., March 2001, Points on the Path to Probability
  5. Not listed, Not listed, PBS TeacherSource
  6. Mendez,Edith, 2001, A History of Mathematical Dialogue in Textbooks andClassrooms
  7. Mendez, Edith P., 2001, A History of Mathematical Dialogue in Textbooks and Classrooms
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Interdisciplinary Learning

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Issues

  1. Dehaene, 1997, The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics
  2. Luck, Larry; Schoeder, Becky; Blaisdel, Fred; Barwick, Gertrude Flowers, 2004, Go to the Principal's Office!
  3. Levi, Linda, 2000, Gender Equity in Mathematics Education
  4. Levi, Linda, 2000, Gender Equity in Mathematics Education
  5. Krussel, Libby, 1998, Teaching the Language of Mathematics
  6. Lee, Hea-Jin; Sikjung, Woo, 2004, Limited-English-Proficient (LEP) Students: Mathematical Understanding
  7. Reys, Barbara J.; Reys, Robert E., 2004, Recruiting Mathematics Teachers: Strategies to Consider
  8. Reys, Barbara J.; Reys, Robert E., 2004, Recruiting Mathematics Teachers: Strategies to Consider
  9. Brahier,Daniel J., 2000, Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics,Chapter 2
  10. Brahier, Daniel J., 2000, Learning Theories and Psychology in Mathematics Education
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Management

  1. , February 1999, The Life Expectancy of a Jawbreaker: An Application of the Composition of Functions
  2. Boyer, Kimberly, September 2002, Using Active Learning Strategies to Motivate Students
  3. Anderson, Megan; Johnson, James, 2004, Help! I'm Only 6 Years Older Than My Students
  4. Basden, Jon, , The Area of a Parallelogram
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Manipulatives

  1. Krieger, Terry, 2004, "Inverse Functions, Intersections, and Ubiquity of e"
  2. Arlton, Stanley L., 2004, Fascinating Mathematical Relations
  3. Lege, Steve, 1999, "Why Not Three Dimensions?"
  4. King,Sybrina L., 2002, Function Notation


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Measurement

  1. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2004, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  2. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2003, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  3. Engel, Bill; Schmidt, Diane, 2004, How Big is a 16-Penny Nail?
  4. Buhl, David; Oursland, Mark; Finco, Kristin, 2003, The Legend of Paul Bunyan: An Exploration in Measurement
  5. Buhl, David, Oursland, Mark, Finko, Kristen, 2003, The Legend of Paul Bunyan, Lessons in Measurement
  6. Geddes, Dorothy, 1994, Measurement in the Middle Grades, Squares and the Pythagorean Theorem
  7. University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Accessed 2/22/04, Project SkyMath: Making Mathematical Connections
  8. Sherin, Miriam Gamoran, 2003, Video Volunteers
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Number and Operations

  1. Jamski, William, 2004, The Arithmetick of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery
  2. Dehaene, 1997, The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics
  3. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  4. Mrachek, Len; Duranczyk, Irene, 2004, Math in the Movies and Other Math Applications
  5. 2004 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2004, http://www.figurethis.org/challenges/c08/challenge.htm#hint
  6. 2004 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2004, http://www.figurethis.org/challenges/c08/challenge.htm#hint
  7. Bennett Jr., Albert B.; Nelson, L. Ted, 2002, Divisibility Tests: So Right for Discoveries
  8. Attia, Tamar, 2003, Using School Lunches to Study Proportion
  9. BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), 2001, http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/numbertime/index.shtml
  10. Miller, Catherine B.; Veenstra, Tamara B., January 2002, Beautiful Patterns, Beautiful Mathematics
  11. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  12. Dehaene, Stanislas, 1997, The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics
  13. Not listed, Not listed, PBS TeacherSource
  14. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  15. JJ Lo, T Watanabe, and JF Cai, March 2004, Developing ratio concepts: An Asian perspective
  16. Reys, Barbara, 1991, Developing Number Sense
  17. du Sautoy, Marcus , 2003, Beckham in his prime number
  18. Buchholz, Lisa, March 2004, Learning strategies for addition and subtraction facts: The road to fluency and the license to think
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Planning

  1. Copes, Larry, April 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
  2. Gupta, Neil, 2004, Algebra 1's Speed Trap
  3. Strinmoen, Chris; Ring, Jon, 2004, Building Homes of Our Own - An Innovative Building Game
  4. Johnsen, Connie and Wilkerson, Trena L., October 2003, My Jouney Toward a New Slant on Slope
  5. Gerver, Robert; Sgroi, Richard, 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  6. Gerver, Robert K., and Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  7. Hollebrands, Karen F., 2004, High School Students' Intuitiv Understandings of Geometric Transformations
  8. Contreras, Jose N., 2003, A Problem Posing Approach to Specializing, Generalizing, and Extending Problems with Interactive Geometry Software"
  9. Kosbob, Sarah; Moyer, Patricia S., 2004, Picnicking with Fractions
  10. Rumsey, Deborah J., 1999, Cooperative Teaching Opportunities for Introductory Statistics Teachers
  11. Ream, David, 1999, http://score.kings.k12.ca.us/lessons/pytha.html
  12. Basden, Jon, , The Area of a Parallelogram
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Probability

  1. Unknown, 1996, http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/DASL/DataArchive.html
  2. Arbaugh, Fran; Scholten, Carolyn M.; Essex, N. Kathryn, 2001, Date in the Middle Grades: Wed Quest
  3. Garfunkel, Solomon; Godbold, Landy; Pollak, Henry, 1998, "Forearmed and Forewarned: Introduction to Collecting and Analyzing Data" from Mathematics: Modeling Our World Textbook
  4. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  5. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  6. Teppo, Anne R, and Hodgson, Ted, 2001, Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Eggs, and Probability
  7. Kiernan, James F., March 2001, Points on the Path to Probability
  8. Lesser, Lawrence M., 1999, Exploring the Birthday Problem with Spreadsheets
  9. Cohen, Robin, (No year given), http://www.enc.org/topics/inquiry/activities/document
  10. Beckmann, Charlene E.; Thompson, Denisse R.; Austin, Richard A., 2004, Exploring Proportional Resoning through Movies and Literature
  11. Stephens, Ana C., January 2003, Another look at word problems
  12. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The Case of Probability
  13. Lanier, Susie; Barrs, Sharon, December 2003, Let's Play Plinko: A lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  14. LeMoine, Shirley, , Probability: The Study of Chance
  15. Kent Anderson , 1996, How Many Ways Can A Team Win a 7 Game Series?

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Problem Solving

  1. Engel, Bill; Schmidt, Diane, 2004, How Big is a 16-Penny Nail?
  2. Chambers, Lin, 2003, Geometry to the Resue: A story in Pictures
  3. Engel, Bill, Schmidt, Diane, 2004, The Galactic Spaceship Tour Challenge
  4. Kelley, Paul, , Loads of Codes - Cryptography Through the Ages and in Your Classroom
  5. Schettino, Carmel, 2003, Transition to a Problem-Solving Curriculum
  6. Mrachek, Len; Duranczyk, Irene, 2004, Math in the Movies and Other Math Applications
  7. Schettino, Carmel, 2003, Transition to a Problem-Solving Curriculum
  8. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The Case of Probability
  9. 2004 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2004, http://www.figurethis.org/challenges/c08/challenge.htm#hint
  10. Spencer, Philip, 1998, http://www.math.toronto.edu/mathnet/falseProofs/fallacies.html
  11. Lesser, Lawrence M., 1999, Exploring the Birthday Problem with Spreadsheets
  12. Gerver, Robert; Sgroi, Richard, 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  13. Williams, Kenneth M. , March 2003, Writing about the Problem-Solving Process to improve the Problem-Solving Performance
  14. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The Case of Probability
  15. Martinez, Joseph, 2001, Thinking and Writing MAthematiacally: "Achilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  16. Martinez, G. R. Joseph, 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Archilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  17. Mathews, Susann M., 2004, Mathematical Modeling: Convoying Merchant Ships
  18. Buschman, Larry, October 2002, Becoming a Problem Solver
  19. Yoshinobu, Stan T., 2003, Mathematics, Politics, and Greenhouse Gas Intensity: An Example of Using Polya's Problem-Solving Strategy
  20. Martinex, J.G.R., 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Achilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  21. Martinez, JosephG. R., April 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Archillesand the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  22. Dodge, W.; Viktora, S., 2002, Thinking out of the Box ... Problem
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Proof and Reasoning

  1. Manaster, Alfred B., and Schlesinger, Beth M., February 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  2. Craine, Timothy V., and Rubenstein, Rheta N., April 2000, Travelling Toward Proof
  3. Moyer, Patricia S ; Bolyard, Johnna J. , Feb 2003, Classify and Capture: Using Venn Diagrams and Tangrams To Develop Abilities in Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  4. Boswell, Laurie, 2004, Activities to Develop Reasoning in Geometry
  5. Nelson, Roger, 1993, Proofs Without Words: Exercises in Visual Thinking
  6. Scher, Daniel, 2003, Dynamic Visualization and Proof: A New Approach to a Classic Problem
  7. Spencer, Philip, 1998, http://www.math.toronto.edu/mathnet/falseProofs/fallacies.html
  8. Cox, Rhonda L., 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  9. Fidler, Mark, 1999, "Chipping Away At Proofs: A Cooperative Approach"
  10. Gole, Andy M., November 2003, Sherlock Holmes, Geometry Proofs, and Backward Reasoning
  11. Cox, Rhonda L., 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  12. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Proof as a Tool for Learning Mathematics
  13. Knuth, Eric J., 2002,Proof as Tool for Learning Mathematics
  14. Lewkowicz, M.L., 2003, The Use of"Intrigue" to Enhance Mathematical Thinking and Motivation inBeginning Algebra

  15. Dobbs, David E., January 2001, Analytic Methods in Investigative Geometry
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Puzzles

  1. Copes, Larry, April 2000, Messy Monk Mathematics: An NCTM Standards-Inspired Class
  2. Maganzini, Christy, 1997, Cool Math: Math Tricks, Amazing Math Activities, Cool Calculations, Awesome Math Factoids, and More!
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Representations

  1. Kato, Yasuhiko; Kamii, Constance; Ozaki, Kyoko; Nagahiro, Mariko Young , Jan 2002, Children's Representations of Groups of Objects: The Relationship between Abstraction and Representation
  2. Garfunkel, Solomon; Godbold, Landy; Pollak, Henry, 1998, "Forearmed and Forewarned: Introduction to Collecting and Analyzing Data" from Mathematics: Modeling Our World Textbook
  3. Cramer, Kathleen, January 2001, Using Models to Build an Understanding of Functions
  4. Buhl, David, Oursland, Mark, Finko, Kristen, 2003, The Legend of Paul Bunyan, Lessons in Measurement
  5. Cox, Rhonda L., 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  6. Nelson, Roger, 1993, Proofs Without Words: Exercises in Visual Thinking
  7. Preston, Ronald V., Amanda, Garner S. , 2003, Spotlight on the Standards; Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
  8. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., September 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
  9. Rubenstein, Rheta and Thompson, Denisse, 2001, Learning Mathematical Symbolism
  10. Stephens, Ana C., January 2003, Another look at word problems
  11. Harper, Suzanne R., 2004, Student's Interpretations of Misleading Graphs
  12. Froelich, Gary W., 1991, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics: Connecting Mathematics
  13. Mathews, Susann M., 2004, Mathematical Modeling: Convoying Merchant Ships
  14. Rubenstein, Rheta N., 2001, A Quilting Problem: The Power of Multiple Solutions
  15. Geddes, Dorothy, 1994, Measurement in the Middle Grades, Squares and the Pythagorean Theorem
  16. Schultz, James E.; Waters, Michael S., 2000, Discuss with you Colleagues: Why Representations?
  17. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  18. Aspinwall, Leslie; Shaw, Kenneth , 2002, When Visualization Is a Barrier to Mathematical Understanding
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Research

  1. Kaystein, Mary, 2001, Putting Umph into Classroom Discussions
  2. Kato, Yasuhiko; Kamii, Constance; Ozaki, Kyoko; Nagahiro, Mariko Young , Jan 2002, Children's Representations of Groups of Objects: The Relationship between Abstraction and Representation
  3. Gutstein, Eric, Jan 2003, Teaching and Learning Mathematics for Social Justice in an Urban, Latino School
  4. T. Carpenter, E. Fennema, M. L. Franke, L. Levi, S.B. Empson., September 2000, Cognitively Guided Instruction: A Research-Based Teacher Professional Development Program for Elementary School Mathematics
  5. Roitman, Judith, 1999, Beyond the Math Wars
  6. Dehaene, Stanislas, 1997, The Number Sense: How the Mind Creates Mathematics
  7. Kitchen, Richard S., 2003, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  8. Hollebrands, Karen F., 2004, High School Students' Intuitiv Understandings of Geometric Transformations
  9. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S., Harkness, Shelly Sheats, Boone, William J., 2004, Planning district-Wide Professional Development: Insights Gained From Teachers and Students Regarding Mathematics Teaching in a Large Urban District
  10. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S., Harkness, Shelly Sheats, Boone, William J., 2004, Planning district-Wide Professional Development: Insights Gained From Teachers and Students Regarding Mathematics Teaching in a Large Urban District
  11. Baker, Scott; Gersten, Russell; Lee, Dae-Sik, 2002, A synthesis of empirical research on teaching mathematics to low-achieving students
  12. Heid, M. Kathleen; Blume, Glendon W.; Hollebrands, Karen; Piez, Cynthia , 2002, Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematical Instruction: Implications from Research
  13. Aspinwall, Leslie; Shaw, Kenneth , 2002, When Visualization Is a Barrier to Mathematical Understanding
  14. Brahier, Daniel J., 2000, Learning Theories and Psychology in Mathematics Education
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Standards

  1. Gutstein, Eric, Jan 2003, Teaching and Learning Mathematics for Social Justice in an Urban, Latino School
  2. Stein, Mary Kay, 2001, Putting Umph into
  3. Gilbert, Melissa C., September 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
  4. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  5. Preston, Ronald V., Amanda, Garner S. , 2003, Spotlight on the Standards; Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
  6. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
  7. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., September 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
  8. Roitman, Judith, 1999, Beyond the Math Wars
  9. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  10. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  11. Askey, Richard, 1999, The Third Mathematics Education Revolution
  12. Reys, BJ; Bay-Williams, JM, October 2003, The Role of Textbooks in Implementing the Curriculum Principle and the Learning Principle
  13. Williams, Kenneth M. , March 2003, Writing about the Problem-Solving Process to improve the Problem-Solving Performance
  14. Kastberg, Signe E., 2003, Using Bloom's Taxonomy as a Framework for Classroom Assessment
  15. Froelich, Gary W., 1991, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics: Connecting Mathematics
  16. Reys, Barbara, 1991, Developing Number Sense
  17. Geddes, Dorothy et el, 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  18. Halmos, Paul R., Nov., 1994, "What is teaching?"
  19. (none listed), 1998, "Achieving Excellence in the Teaching Profession"
  20. Collins, Edna Neal; Skipper, Edith L, March 2003, Making the NCTM Standards User-Friendly for Child Care Teachers
  21. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  22. Schultz, James E.; Waters, Michael S., 2000, Discuss with you Colleagues: Why Representations?
  23. Underwood Gregg, Diana, 2002, Algebra for All: Building Students' Sense of Linear Relationships by Stacking Cubes
  24. Coxford, Arthur F., 1992, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
  25. Wiske, Martha; Levinson, Cynthia, 1993, How Teachers Are Implementing The NCTM Standards http://www.ascd.org/publications/ed_lead/199305/wiske.html
  26. Romagnano, Lew, January 2001, The Myth of Objectivity in Mathematics Assessment
  27. Colgan, Lynda E. C. Colgan, Feb 2004, It's friezing in here: Tessellations through art, architecture, and cultural artifacts
  28. Miske, Martha Stone; Levinson, Cynthia Y., 1993, How Teachers Are Implementing The NCTM Standards
  29. Ball, Deborah Loewenberg, 1991, Implementing the NCTM Standards: Hopes and Hurdles
  30. Dengerud-Au, Mary, 2000, Strength of Wood Beams: An Engineering Application
  31. Maccini, Paula; Gagnon, Joseph Calvin, Spring 2002, Perceptions and application of NCTM standards by special and general education teachers
  32. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Proof as Tool forLearning Mathematics
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Statistics

  1. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2004, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  2. Attila, Tamar Lisa, 2003, using School Lunch to Study Proportion
  3. Goldsby, Dianne, 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  4. Bratton, George N., 1999, The Role of Technology in Intorductory Statistics Classes
  5. Unknown, 1996, http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/DASL/DataArchive.html
  6. Attia, Tamar Lisa, 2003, Using School Lunches to Study Proportion
  7. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  8. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  9. Goldsby, Dianne S., 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  10. Teppo, Anne R, and Hodgson, Ted, 2001, Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Eggs, and Probability
  11. Harper, Suzanne R., 2004, Student's Interpretations of Misleading Graphs
  12. Bratton, George N., November 1999, The Role of Technology in Introductory Statistics Classes
  13. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  14. Rumsey, Deborah J., 1999, Cooperative Teaching Opportunities for Introductory Statistics Teachers
  15. Cushner, Jason, 2003, Problem Solving the Problems of Society
  16. White, Wes, 2001, Connecting Independence and the Chi-Square Statistic
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Teaching Strategies

  1. Saltar; Chuck, 2001, 16 Ways to Be a Smarter Teacher
  2. Devlin, Keith, 2002, Numbers in the Garden and Geometry in the Jungle
  3. Chappell, Britton, Kristine L; Johannes, Jennifer L., October 2003, Portfolios and a Backward Approach to Assessment
  4. Russell, Alan , 2004, Pick's Theorem: What a Lemon!
  5. Edwards, Michael , 2004, Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry
  6. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra without realizing it
  7. Bechthold, Dawn; Soto-Johnson, Hortensia, 2004, "Tesselating the Sphere with Regular Polygons"
  8. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2004, "Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry"
  9. Boyer, Kimberly R., 2002, Using Active Learning Strategies to Motivate Students
  10. Stein, Mary Kay, 2001, Putting Umph into
  11. Britton, Kristine L., Johannes, Jennifer L., 2003, Portfolios and a Backward Approach to Assessment
  12. Engel, Bill, Schmidt, Diane, 2004, The Galactic Spaceship Tour Challenge
  13. T. Carpenter, E. Fennema, M. L. Franke, L. Levi, S.B. Empson., September 2000, Cognitively Guided Instruction: A Research-Based Teacher Professional Development Program for Elementary School Mathematics
  14. Krieger, Terry, 2004, "Inverse Functions, Intersections, and Ubiquity of e"
  15. Awe, William G., 2004, "Bingo, Golf, Who has? And other Activities for your Classroom"
  16. Gilbert, Melissa C., September 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
  17. Stang, Jim, 2004, Putting the "F" Word Back in Math...FUN!
  18. Stang, Jim, 2004, Putting the "F" Word Back in Math...FUN!
  19. Reich, Michelle, 2004, Using Children's Literature to Enhance Middle School Mathematics
  20. Reich, Michelle, 2004, Using Children's Literature to Enhance Middle School Mathematics
  21. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  22. Anderson, Denise; Holstein, Karen, 2004, Probability and Statistics in Grades 3-5
  23. McDaniel, Michael, 2003, Not Just Another Theorem: A Cultural and Historical Event
  24. Bracken, Laura, 2004, Re-teaching Algorithms
  25. Bell, Clare V., November 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design
  26. Broman, Sarah M., May 2002, Making Minutes More Meaningful: 90 Minute Mathematics Class
  27. Krussel, Libby, 1998, Teaching the Language of Mathematics
  28. Cox, Rhonda L., 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  29. Gerver, Robert; Sgroi, Richard, 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  30. Albert, Lillie R.; Mayotte, Gail; Cutlersohn, Sheila, 2002, Making Observations Interactive
  31. BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), 2001, http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/numbertime/index.shtml
  32. Rasmussen, Claudette, 1995, http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/math/ma100.htm
  33. Gerver, Robert K., and Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  34. Kitchen, Richard S., 2004, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  35. Heid, M. Kathleen, 1995, "Algebra in a Technological World"
  36. Bratton, George N., November 1999, The Role of Technology in Introductory Statistics Classes
  37. Williams, Kenneth M. , March 2003, Writing about the Problem-Solving Process to improve the Problem-Solving Performance
  38. Lee, Hea-Jin; Sikjung, Woo, 2004, Limited-English-Proficient (LEP) Students: Mathematical Understanding
  39. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The Case of Probability
  40. Kitchen, Richard S., 2003, Challenges Associated with Developing Discursive Classrooms in High-Poverty, Rural Schools
  41. Martinez, Joseph, 2001, Thinking and Writing MAthematiacally: "Achilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  42. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  43. Morris, Barbara H., 2004, The Beauty of Geometry
  44. Martinez, G. R. Joseph, 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Archilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  45. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S., Harkness, Shelly Sheats, Boone, William J., 2004, Planning district-Wide Professional Development: Insights Gained From Teachers and Students Regarding Mathematics Teaching in a Large Urban District
  46. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S., Harkness, Shelly Sheats, Boone, William J., 2004, Planning district-Wide Professional Development: Insights Gained From Teachers and Students Regarding Mathematics Teaching in a Large Urban District
  47. Baker, Scott; Gersten, Russell; Lee, Dae-Sik, 2002, A synthesis of empirical research on teaching mathematics to low-achieving students
  48. Keenan, Edward P., 1998, "Opening Young Minds to Closure Properties"
  49. (none listed), 1998, "Achieving Excellence in the Teaching Profession"
  50. Berry, Stephanie M., September 2002, Students Realize Mathematics is Everywhere
  51. Buschman, Larry, October 2002, Becoming a Problem Solver
  52. Lanier, Susie; Barrs, Sharon, December 2003, Let's Play Plinko: A lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  53. Appelbaum, Elizabeth, 2000, A Simulation to Model Exponential Growth
  54. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  55. Rumsey, Deborah J., 1999, Cooperative Teaching Opportunities for Introductory Statistics Teachers
  56. Alejandre, Suzanne, 2004, Understanding Algebraic Factoring
  57. Ream, David, 1999, http://score.kings.k12.ca.us/lessons/pytha.html
  58. Brinkmann, Astrid, 2003, Mind Mapping as a Tool in Mathematics Education
  59. Brinkmann, Astrid, 2003, Mind Mapping as a Tool in Mathematics Education
  60. , , Math Portal Home: Middle School Lesson Plans-Go Fish
  61. Dengerud-Au, Mary, 2000, Strength of Wood Beams: An Engineering Application
  62. Knuth, Eric J., 2002, Proof as a Tool for Learning Mathematics
  63. Aspinwall, Leslie; Shaw, Kenneth , 2002, When Visualization Is a Barrier to Mathematical Understanding
  64. Ward,D. Cherry, 2001, Under Construction: On Becoming a Constructivistin View of the Standards
  65. Brahier,Daniel J., 2000, Teaching Secondary and Middle School Mathematics,Chapter 2
  66. Choike,James R., October 2000, ALGEBRA for All
  67. Martinez,Joseph G. R., April 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically:"Archilles and the Tortoise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  68. Davidson,Doris; Keller, Rod, 2001, The Math Poem: IncorporatingMathematical Terms in Poetry

  69. Mendez, Edith, 2001, A History ofMathematical Dialogue in Textbooks and Classrooms
  70. Edwards, Barbara S.,December 2000, The Challenges of Implementing Innovation
  71. King, Sybrina L., 2002, Function Notation
  72. Koellner-Clark, Karen; Stallings, L. Lynn;Hoover, Sue A. , 2002, Socratic Seminars for Mathematics
  73. Mendez, Edith P., 2001, A History of Mathematical Dialogue in Textbooks and Classrooms
  74. Gerver, Robert K; Sgroi, Richard J., January 2003, Creating and Using Guided-Discovery Lessons
  75. Lewkowicz, M.L., 2003, The Use of"Intrigue" to Enhance Mathematical Thinking and Motivation inBeginning Algebra
  76. Lewkowicz, Marjorie L., 2003, The Use of "Intrigue" to Enhance Mathematical Thinking and Motivation in Beginning Algebra
  77. Choike, James R., 2000, Teaching Strategies for `Algebra for All'
  78. Brahier, Daniel J., 2000, Learning Theories and Psychology in Mathematics Education
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Technology

  1. Edwards, Michael , 2004, Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry
  2. Bratton, George N., 1999, The Role of Technology in Intorductory Statistics Classes
  3. Hall, Matthew, 2003, Calculator Cryptography
  4. Brahier, Daniel J., 2000, Integrating Technology in Mathematics Instruction
  5. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2004, Fostering Mathematical Inquiry with Explorations of Facial Symmetry
  6. Strinmoen, Chris; Ring, Jon, 2004, Building Homes of Our Own - An Innovative Building Game
  7. Krieger, Terry, 2004, "Inverse Functions, Intersections, and Ubiquity of e"
  8. Attia, Tamar, 2003, Using School Lunches to Study Proportion
  9. Not listed, Not listed, PBS TeacherSource
  10. Schultz, JE, 2004, The constant feature: Spanning K-12 Mathematics
  11. Gordon Calvert, Lynn M. , 1999 , A Dependence on Technology and Algorithms or a Lack of Number Sense?
  12. Contreras, Jose N., 2003, A Problem Posing Approach to Specializing, Generalizing, and Extending Problems with Interactive Geometry Software"
  13. Glass, Brad, 2004, Transformations and Technology: What Path to Follow?
  14. Glass, Brad, 2004, Transformations and Technology: What Path to Follow?
  15. Heid, M. Kathleen; Blume, Glendon W.; Hollebrands, Karen; Piez, Cynthia , 2002, Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematical Instruction: Implications from Research
  16. Obrien, Tim, 1997, Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Equations
  17. Taylor, Sharon E.; Mittag, Kathleen Cage, 2001, Seven Wonders of the ancient and Modern Quadratic World
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Trigonometry

  1. Hirshfeld, Alan W., 2004, The Triangles of Aristarchus

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