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Activities

  1. Sue Haller, MCTM spring conference, Fair? Well...
  2. Bay-Williams, Jennifer, 2005, Poetry in Motion: Using Shel Silverstein's works to engage students in mathematics
  3. Rubin-Forester, Allison, 2005, Get 'em Moving!
  4. McShea, Betsy; Vogel, Judith; Yarnevich, Maureen, 2005, Harry Potter and the Magic of Mathematics
  5. Korteum, Kristi; Molesky, Jason, 2005, CSM--Crime Scene Mathematics: Newton's Law of Cooling "Crime Scene Lab"
  6. Lee, Hea-Jin, 1999, Resources for Teaching and Learning about Probability and Statistics.
  7. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha! Insight
  8. Zambo, Ron, 2005, The Power of Two: Linking Mathematics and Literature
  9. Various MTMS readers, all Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Magzines, Menu of Problems
  10. Lege, Steve, 1999, Why Not Three Dimensions?
  11. Beckmann, Charlene E., 2004, Team Building in Mathematics Classrooms
  12. Yolles, Arlene, 2001, Making Connections with Prime Numbers
  13. Hardy, Michael D., 2001, Burgers, Graphs, and Combinations
  14. Cawley, John F; Foley, Teresa E., 2002, Connecting Math and Science for All Students.
  15. Munakata, Mika, 2005, Constructing Cooperative Logic Problems
  16. Welchman-Tischler, Rosamond, 1992, Start with Manipulatives
  17. Schooler, Susan Rodgers, 2004, A "Chilling" Project Integrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  18. Martinie, Sherri, 2003, Families Ask: Cooperative Groups
  19. Goldsby, Dianne S., 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  20. Mahoney, John F., 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President?
  21. Barrs, Sharon; Lanier, Susie, 2004, Let's Play Plinko: A Lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  22. Staples, Susan G., 2005, patterns jumping out of a simple checker puzzle
  23. Munakata, Mika, 2005, Constructing Cooperative logic problems
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Algebra

  1. Rubin-Forester, Allison, 2005, Get 'em Moving!
  2. Korteum, Kristi; Molesky, Jason, 2005, CSM--Crime Scene Mathematics: Newton's Law of Cooling "Crime Scene Lab"
  3. Maus, John W., April, 2005, Every Story Tells a Picture
  4. Friel, Susan; Rachlin, Sid; Doyle, Dot, 2001, Navigating Through Algebra in Grades 6-8
  5. Heid, Kathleen, 1995, Algebra in a Technological World
  6. House, Peggy, 2001, Navigating Through Algebra
  7. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Patterns and Functions Grades 5-8
  8. Burke, Maurice; Ericson, David; Lott, Johnny; Obert, Mindy, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 9-12
  9. Kenney, Patricia; Zawojewski, Judith; Silver, Edward, 1998, Marcy's Dot Pattern
  10. Kenney, Patricia; Zawojewski, Judith; Silver, Edward, 1998,
  11. Blackwell, Sarah B., 2003, Operation Central
  12. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
  13. Kahan, Jeremy A; Wyberg, Terry R., 2002, The Spot Problem: Connecting Points, Connecting Mathematics
  14. Steele, Marcee M; Steele, John W., 2003, Teaching Algebra to Students with Learning Disabilities
  15. Saul, Mark, 2001, The Roles of Representation in School Mathematics
  16. Thornton, Stephen J., 2001, New Approaches to Algebra: Have We Missed the Point?
  17. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2005, Promoting Understanding of Linear Equations with the Median-Slope Algorithm
  18. Amit, Miriam; Klass-Tsirulvikov, Bella, 2005, Paving A Way To Algebraic Word Problems Using A Nonalgebraic Route
  19. Martinez, Joseph G. R., 2001, Thinking and Writing Mathematically: "Achilles and the Tortise" as an Algebraic Word Problem
  20. Porlitz-Frang, Kristin, 2005, Teacherline's Ready to Teach Algebra
  21. Van Dyke, Frances; White, Alexander, 2004, Examining Students' Reluctance to Use Graphs 
  22. Petrella, Gerald, 2001, Subtracting Integers: An Affective Lesson

Assessment

  1. Gustafson, Jon, 2005, Giving Everyone a Chance to Answer
  2. Gundacker, Rose; Trier, Kathy, 2005, Calculus Problems & Reader Hints
  3. Speaker: Barb Stoflet, April 30, 2005, Differentiate Using Two Problems a Day
  4. Kenney, Patricia; Zawojewski, Judith; Silver, Edward, 1998, Marcy's Dot Pattern
  5. Kenney, Patricia; Zawojewski, Judith; Silver, Edward, 1998,
  6. Mahoney, John, 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President
  7. Lambdin,Diana; Lynch,Kathleen, 2005, Examining Mathematic Tasks from the National Assessment of Education Progress
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Calculus

  1. Gundacker, Rose; Trier, Kathy, 2005, Calculus Problems & Reader Hints

Communication

  1. Martinie, Sherri, 2003, Families Ask: Cooperative Groups
  2. Ross, John, 1995, Students Explaining Solutions in Student-Directed Groups
  3. Farmer, Jeff D; Neumann, Andrew M., 2004, Patterns in Perfect Squares: An Activity for Exploring Mathematical Connections
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Connections

  1. Bay-Williams, Jennifer, 2005, Poetry in Motion: Using Shel Silverstein's works to engage students in mathematics
  2. McShea, Betsy; Vogel, Judith; Yarnevich, Maureen, 2005, Harry Potter and the magic of mathematics
  3. McShea, Betsy; Vogel, Judith; Yarnevich, Maureen, 2005, Harry Potter and the Magic of Mathematics
  4. Ed Zaccaro, 2005,
  5. Lyublinskaya, Irina E., 2003, How Fair is the Drug Test?
  6. Yolles, Arlene, 2003, Using Friday Puzzlers to Discover Arithmetic Sequences
  7. Bay Williams, Jennifer M., 2005, Poetry in Motion: Using Shel Silverstein's Works to Engage Students in Mathematics
  8. Shultz, Harris, 2005, Internal Rate of Return
  9. Zambo, Ron, 2005, The Power of Two: Linking Mathematics and Literature
  10. Maus, John W., April, 2005, Every Story Tells a Picture
  11. Farmer, Jeff D.; Neumann, Andrew M., 2004, Patterns in Perfect Squares: An Activity for Exploring Mathematical Connections
  12. Yolles, Arlene, 2001, Making Connections with Prime Numbers
  13. Will Hansen, 2004, War and Pieces
  14. Fernandez, Maria, 1999, Making Music with Mathematics
  15. Kahan, Jeremy A; Wyberg, Terry R., 2002, The Spot Problem: Connecting Points, Connecting Mathematics
  16. Cawley, John F; Foley, Teresa E., 2002, Connecting Math and Science for All Students.
  17. Schooler, Susan Rodgers, 2004, A "Chilling" Project Integrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  18. Mahoney, John, 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President
  19. Farmer, Jeff D; Neumann, Andrew M., 2004, Patterns in Perfect Squares: An Activity for Exploring Mathematical Connections
  20. Bergner, Jennifer A., Groth, Randall E., 2004, Making Mathematical Connections by Constructing Tetrahedra
  21. Van Dyke, Frances; White, Alexander, 2004, Examining Students' Reluctance to Use Graphs
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Curriculum

  1. Friel, Susan; Rachlin, Sid; Doyle, Dot, 2001, Navigating Through Algebra in Grades 6-8
  2. Reys, Barbara J., et al., 1996, Developing Number Sense in the Middle Grades
  3. NCTM, 1992, Addenda Series, 9-12
  4. Cox, Rhonda, 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  5. Burton, Grace M., 1993, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics on Number Sense and Operations; Addenda Series Grades k-6
  6. Chapin, Suzanne, 2002, Navigating through Data Analysis and Probability in Grades -5
  7. Porlitz-Frang, Kristin, 2005, Teacherline's Ready to Teach Algebra
  8. Arbaugh, Fran; Scholten, Carolyn M.; Essex, Kathryn, 2001, Data in the Middle Grades: A Probability WebQuest
  9. Martin, Tami S.; Hunt, Cheryl A.; Lannin, John; Leonard, William Jr.; Marshall, Gerald L.; Wares, Arsalan, 2001, How Reform Secondary Mathematics Textbooks Stack Up against NCTM's Principles and Standards
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Discrete

  1. Sue Haller, MCTM spring conference, Fair? Well...
  2. Yolles, Arlene, 2003, Using Friday Puzzlers to Discover Arithmetic Sequences
  3. Fujimura, Kobon, 1978, The Tokyo Puzzles
  4. Markel, William D., 2005, Cribbage: An Excellent Exercise in Combinatorial Thinking
  5. Staples, Susan G., 2005, patterns jumping out of a simple checker puzzle
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Equity/Diversity

  1. Tim Sauer , MCTM spring conference, Tommy, Pay Attention! Multiple Intellegence Math
  2. Berry, Robert, 2004, The Eqity Principle through the voices of African American Males
  3. Berry, Robert Q. III, 2004, The Equity Principle through the Voices of African American Males
  4. Bol, Linda; Berry, Robert Q. III, 2005, Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Perceptions of the Achievement Gap
  5. Britton, Edward; Raizen, Senta; Kaser, Joyce; Porter, Andrew, 2002, Open Questions in Mathematics Education.
  6. Robert Q. Berrry III, September 2004, The Equity Principle Through the Voices of African American Males
  7. Deitte, Jennifer M.; Howe, R. Michael, 2003, Motivating Students To Study Mathematics
  8. Haury, David L.; Milbourne, Linda A. , 1999, Should Students be Tracked in Math or Science?
  9. Levi, Linda, 2000, Gender Equity in Mathematics Education
  10. Trentacosta, Janet; Kenney, Margaret, 1997, Multicultural and Gender Equity in the Mathematics Classroom
  11. Trentacosta, Janet; Kenney, Margaret, ,
  12. Gilbert, Melissa C., 2001, Applying the Equality Principle
  13. Gilbert, Melissa C., 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
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Functions

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Games

  1. Sue Haller, MCTM spring conference, Fair? Well...
  2. Sobel, Max; Maletsky, Evan, 1990, Teaching Mathematics: A Sourcebook
  3. Gardner, Martin, 1956, Mathematics, Magic and Mystery
  4. Cheryyak, Yuri; Rose, Robert, 1995, The Chicken from Minsk
  5. Markel, William D., 2005, Cribbage: An Excellent Exercise in Combinatorial Thinking
  6. Moyer,Patricia; Bolyard,Johnna , 2003, Classify and Capture: Using Venn Diagrams and Tangrams to Develop Abilities in Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  7. Beckmann, Charlene E., 2004, Team Building in Mathematics Classrooms
  8. Welchman-Tischler, Rosamond, 1992, Start with Manipulatives
  9. Devaney, Robert, 2004, Fractal Patterns and Chaos Games
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Geometry

  1. Richgels, Amber; Lofgren, Joanie, MCTM spring conference, Taxicab Geometry and How it can be used in the classroom
  2. Speaker: Larry Copes, April 30, 2005, Dancing and Mathematics: Contradance
  3. Scher, Daniel, 2002, Maximizing Triangle Area: An Interactive Inspired Proof
  4. Charles Worrall, October 2004, A journey with circumscribable quadrilaterals
  5. Pandiscio, Eric, 2004, Using Proportional Reasoning to solve Geometric Problems
  6. McCoy, Leah P.; Shaw, Jean M., 2003, Patchwork Quilts: Connections with Geometry, Technology, and Culture
  7. Bush Hoiberg, Karen; Sharp, Janet; Hodgson, Ted; Colbert, Jim, 2005, Geometric Probability and the Area of Leaves
  8. Cuicchi, Paul M; Hutchinson, Paul S., 2003, Using a Simple Optical Rangefinder to Teach Similar Triangles
  9. Rokach, Arie, 2005, Finding the Maximal Area of Bounded Polygons in a Circle
  10. Moyer,Patricia; Bolyard,Johnna , 2003, Classify and Capture: Using Venn Diagrams and Tangrams to Develop Abilities in Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  11. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  12. Pugalee, David K.; Frykholm, Jeffrey; Johnson, Art; Slovin, Hannah; Mallory, Carol; Preston, Ron, 2002, Navigating through Geometry in Grades 6-8
  13. Suh, Jennifer M.; Moyer, Patricia S.; Sterling, Donna R., 2003, Junior Architects: Designing Your Dream Clubhouse Using Measurement and Geometry
  14. Cox, Rhonda, 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  15. Lege, Steve, 1999, Why Not Three Dimensions?
  16. Kahan, Jeremy A; Wyberg, Terry R., 2002, The Spot Problem: Connecting Points, Connecting Mathematics
  17. Schooler, Susan Rodgers, 2004, A "Chilling" Project Integrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  18. Bergner, Jennifer A., Groth, Randall E., 2004, Making Mathematical Connections by Constructing Tetrahedra ver
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Gifted

  1. Ed Zaccaro, 2005,
  2. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha! Insight
  3. Cheryyak, Yuri; Rose, Robert, 1995, The Chicken from Minsk

History

  1. Jeffrey J. Wanko, April 2005, The Legacy of Marin Mersenne: The search for primal order and the
  2. McCoy, Leah P.; Shaw, Jean M., 2003, Patchwork Quilts: Connections with Geometry, Technology, and Culture
  3. Yolles, Arlene, 2001, Making Connections with Prime Numbers
  4. Will Hansen, 2004, War and Pieces
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Interdisciplinary Learning

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Issues

  1. Bol, Linda; Berry, Robert Q. III, 2005, Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Perceptions of the Achievement Gap
  2. Britton, Edward; Raizen, Senta; Kaser, Joyce; Porter, Andrew, 2002, Open Questions in Mathematics Education.
  3. Thurston, Cheryl Miller, 1975, Junior High? Good Grief!

Management

  1. Thurston, Cheryl Miller, 1975, Junior High? Good Grief!
  2. Thurston, Cheryl Miller, 1975, Junior High? Good Grief!
  3. Beckmann, Charlene E., 2004, Team Building in Mathematics Classrooms
  4. Thurston, Cheryl Miller, 1975, "Junior High? Good Grief!
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Manipulative

  1. Gustafson, Jon, 2005, Giving Everyone a Chance to Answer
  2. Don Kuusinen, 2005, Let's Do Geometry on a TI-84
  3. Welchman-Tischler, Rosamond, 1992, Start with Manipulatives
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Measurement

  1. Rogers Schooler, Susan, 2004, A "Chilling" Project: Intergrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  2. Bush Hoiberg, Karen; Sharp, Janet; Hodgson, Ted; Colbert, Jim, 2005, Geometric Probability and the Area of Leaves
  3. Cuicchi, Paul M; Hutchinson, Paul S., 2003, Using a Simple Optical Rangefinder to Teach Similar Triangles
  4. Beckman, Charlene; Thompson, Denisse; Austin, Richard, 2004, Exploring Proportional Reasoning Through Movies and Literature
  5. Bergner, Jennifer A., Groth, Randall E., 2004, Making Mathematical Connections by Constructing Tetrahedra
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Number and Operations

  1. Bridgman, George; Huang, Danrun, , Generating Prime Numbers Efficiently / How Honeybees Prove Fibonacci Identities
  2. Calvert, Lynn, 1999, A Dependence on Technology and Algorithms of a Lack of Number Sense?
  3. Shultz, Harris, 2005, Internal Rate of Return
  4. Reys, Barbara J., et al., 1996, Developing Number Sense in the Middle Grades
  5. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  6. Burton, Grace M., 1993, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics on Number Sense and Operations; Addenda series greades k-6
  7. Roach, David; Gibson, David; Weber, Keith, 2004, Why is √25 Not 5?
  8. Lo, Jane-Jane; Watanabe, Tad; Cai, Jinfa, 2004, Developing Ratio Concepts: An Asian Perspective
  9. Blackwell, Sarah B., 2003, Operation Central
  10. St.John, Denny; Lapp, Douglas, 2000, Developing Numbers and Operations with Affordable Handheld Technology
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Planning

  1. Sobel, Max; Maletsky, Evan, 1990, Teaching Mathematics: A Sourcebook
  2. Broman, Sarah M., 2002, Making Minutes More Meaningful: The Ninety-minute Mathematics Class
  3. Various MTMS readers, all Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Magzines, Menu of Problems
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Probability

  1. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The case of Probability
  2. Lyublinskaya, Irina , 2005, How Fair Is the Drug Test?
  3. Lee, Hea-Jin, 1999, Resources for Teaching and Learning about Probability and Statistics.
  4. Lyublinskaya, Irina E., 2003, How Fair is the Drug Test?
  5. Markel, William D., 2005, Cribbage: An Excellent Exercise in Combinatorial Thinking
  6. Bush Hoiberg, Karen; Sharp, Janet; Hodgson, Ted; Colbert, Jim, 2005, Geometric Probability and the Area of Leaves
  7. Chapin, Suzanne, 2002, Navigating through Data Analysis and Probability in Grades -5
  8. Sriraman, Bharath; English, Lyn, 2004, Combinatorial Mathematics: Research into Practice
  9. Lanier, Susan; Barrs, Sharon, 2003, Let's Play Plinko: A Lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  10. Barrs, Sharon; Lanier, Susie, 2004, Let's Play Plinko: A Lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  11. Arbaugh, Fran; Scholten, Carolyn M.; Essex, Kathryn, 2001, Data in the Middle Grades: A Probability WebQuest
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Problem Solving

  1. Kahan, Jeremy A.; Wyberg, Terry R., 2003, Problem Solving Can Generate New Approaches to Mathematics: The case of Probability
  2. , 2005, Proof: Finally a Logical Approach
  3. Gardner, Martin, 1978, aha! Insight
  4. Gardner, Martin, 1956, Mathematics, Magic and Mystery
  5. Cheryyak, Yuri; Rose, Robert, 1995, The Chicken from Minsk
  6. , August 2004, The extension-reduction strategy: activating Prior knowledge
  7. Pandiscio, Eric, 2004, Using Proportional Reasoning to solve Geometric Problems
  8. Polya, George, 1957, How to Solve It
  9. Various MTMS readers, all Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Magzines, Menu of Problems
  10. Rogers Schooler, Susan, 2004, A "Chilling" Project: Intergrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  11. Buschman, Larry, 2003, Children Who Enjoy Problem Solving
  12. Suh, Jennifer M.; Moyer, Patricia S.; Sterling, Donna R., 2003, Junior Architects: Designing Your Dream Clubhouse Using Measurement and Geometry
  13. Hardy, Michael D., 2001, Burgers, Graphs, and Combinations
  14. Bay-Williams, Jennifer A.; Meyer, Margaret R., 2005, Why Not Just Tell Students How to Solve the Problem?
  15. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
  16. Jitendra, Asha, 2002, Teaching Students Math Problem-Solving Through Graphic Representations.
  17. Devaney, Robert, 2004, Fractal Patterns and Chaos Games
  18. Mahoney, John F., 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President?
  19. Perlwitz, Marcela D., 2005, Dividing Fractions: Reconciling Self-Generated Solutions with Algorithmic Answers
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Proof and Reasoning

  1. , 2005, Proof: Finally a Logical Approach
  2. Scher, Daniel, 2002, Maximizing Triangle Area: An Interactive Inspired Proof
  3. Pandiscio, Eric, 2004, Using Proportional Reasoning to solve Geometric Problems
  4. Polya, George, 1957, How to Solve It
  5. Maus, John W., April, 2005, Every Story Tells a Picture
  6. Knuth, Eric J. , 2002, Proof as a Tool for Learning Mathematics
  7. Rokach, Arie, 2005, Finding the Maximal Area of Bounded Polygons in a Circle
  8. Moyer,Patricia; Bolyard,Johnna , 2003, Classify and Capture: Using Venn Diagrams and Tangrams to Develop Abilities in Mathematical Reasoning and Proof
  9. Cox, Rhonda, 2004, Using Conjectures to Teach Students the Role of Proof
  10. Perlwitz, Marcela D., 2005, Dividing Fractions: Reconciling Self-Generated Solutions with Algorithmic Answers
  11. Knuth, Eric, 2002, Proof as a Tool for Learning Mathematics
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Puzzles

  1. Sobel, Max; Maletsky, Evan, 1990, Teaching Mathematics: A Sourcebook
  2. Yolles, Arlene, 2003, Using Friday Puzzlers to Discover Arithmetic Sequences
  3. Fujimura, Kobon, 1978, The Tokyo Puzzles
  4. Staples, Susan G., 2005, patterns jumping out of a simple checker puzzle
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Representations

  1. Lyublinskaya, Irina , 2005, How Fair Is the Drug Test?
  2. Wyberg, Terry; Wygant, Sue, 2005, Realize the Power of a Spreadsheet
  3. Speaker: Larry Copes, April 30, 2005, Dancing and Mathematics: Contradance
  4. Fujimura, Kobon, 1978, The Tokyo Puzzles
  5. Bay Williams, Jennifer M., 2005, Poetry in Motion: Using Shel Silverstein's Works to Engage Students in Mathematics
  6. Lo, Jane-Jane; Watanabe, Tad; Cai, Jinfa, 2004, Developing Ratio Concepts: An Asian Perspective
  7. Hardy, Michael D., 2001, Burgers, Graphs, and Combinations
  8. Kranendonk, Henry A., 2004, People Count: Analyzing a Country's Future
  9. Elizabeth George Bremigan, 2004, Note: Figures Not Drawn to Scale
  10. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
  11. Rubenstein, Rheta; Thompson, Denisse, 2001, Learning Mathematical Symbolism: Challenges and Instructional Strategies
  12. Jitendra, Asha, 2002, Teaching Students Math Problem-Solving Through Graphic Representations.
  13. Schaffer, Karl; Stern, Erik; Kim, Scott, 2001, Math Dance with Dr. Schaffer and Mr. Stern
  14. Farmer, Jeff D; Neumann, Andrew M., 2004, Patterns in Perfect Squares: An Activity for Exploring Mathematical Connections
  15. Van Dyke, Frances; White, Alexander, 2004, Examining Students' Reluctance to Use Graphs 
  16. Preston, Ronald V.; Garner, Amanda S., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle For Solving and Communicating
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Research

  1. Britton, Edward; Raizen, Senta; Kaser, Joyce; Porter, Andrew, 2002, Open Questions in Mathematics Education.
  2. Haury, David L.; Milbourne, Linda A. , 1999, Should Students be Tracked in Math or Science?
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Standards

  1. House, Peggy, 2001, Navigating Through Algebra
  2. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Patterns and Functions Grades 5-8
  3. NCTM, 1992, Addenda Series, 9-12
  4. Hirsch, Christian R. (ed.), 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  5. House, Peggy A. (ed.), 2003, Principles and Standards for School Mathematics Navigations Series
  6. Burke, Maurice; Ericson, David; Lott, Johnny; Obert, Mindy, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 9-12
  7. Burton, Grace M., 1993, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics on Number Sense and Operations; Addenda series grades k-6
  8. Chapin, Suzanne, 2002, Navigating through Data Analysis and Probability in Grades -5
  9. Lambdin,Diana; Lynch,Kathleen, 2005, Examining Mathematic Tasks from the National Assessment of Education Progress
  10. Annenberg, 2005, Teaching Math Grades 3-5
  11. Keller, Brian;Martin, Gary;Hart, Eric, October 2001, Illuminating NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics 
  12. Van Cleef, Elizabeth, Spring 2001, Alliance Schools Study NCTM Principles and Standards
  13. Knuth, Eric, 2002, Proof as a Tool for Learning Mathematics
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Statistics

  1. Lyublinskaya, Irina , 2005, How Fair Is the Drug Test?
  2. Korteum, Kristi; Molesky, Jason, 2005, CSM--Crime Scene Mathematics: Newton's Law of Cooling "Crime Scene Lab"
  3. Lee, Hea-Jin, 1999, Resources for Teaching and Learning about Probability and Statistics.
  4. Lyublinskaya, Irina E., 2003, How Fair is the Drug Test?
  5. Baker, Paul L., 2003, Using FreeCell to Teach Mathematics
  6. NCTM, 1992, Addenda Series, 9-12
  7. Hirsch, Christian R. (ed.), 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  8. House, Peggy A. (ed.), 2003, Principles and Standards for School Mathematics Navigations Series
  9. Kranendonk, Henry A., 2004, People Count: Analyzing a Country's Future
  10. Edwards, Michael Todd, 2005, Promoting Understanding of Linear Equations with the Median-Slope Algorithm
  11. Goldsby, Dianne S., 2003, "Lollipop" Statistics
  12. Mahoney, John, 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President
  13. Friedman, Hershey H., Halpern, Noemi, Salb, David, 1999, Teaching Statistics Using Humorous Anecdotes
  14. Lanier, Susan; Barrs, Sharon, 2003, Let's Play Plinko: A Lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  15. Mahoney, John F., 2004, How Many Votes are Needed to be Elected President?
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Teaching Strategies

  1. Gustafson, Jon, 2005, Giving Everyone a Chance to Answer
  2. Deitte, Jennifer M.; Howe, R. Michael, 2003, Motivating Students To Study Mathematics
  3. Bridgman, George; Huang, Danrun, , Generating Prime Numbers Efficiently / How Honeybees Prove Fibonacci Identities
  4. McShea, Betsy; Vogel, Judith; Yarnevich, Maureen, 2005, Harry Potter and the Magic of Mathematics
  5. Haury, David L.; Milbourne, Linda A. , 1999, Should Students be Tracked in Math or Science?
  6. Speaker: Barb Stoflet, April 30, 2005, Differentiate Using Two Problems a Day
  7. Speaker: Larry Copes, April 30, 2005, Dancing and Mathematics: Contradance
  8. Bay Williams, Jennifer M., 2005, Poetry in Motion: Using Shel Silverstein's Works to Engage Students in Mathematics
  9. Baker, Paul L., 2003, Using FreeCell to Teach Mathematics
  10. Heid, Kathleen, 1995, Algebra in a Technological World
  11. House, Peggy, 2001, Navigating Through Algebra
  12. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Patterns and Functions Grades 5-8
  13. Buschman, Larry, 2003, Children Who Enjoy Problem Solving
  14. Thurston, Cheryl Miller, 1975, Junior High? Good Grief!
  15. Lo, Jane-Jane; Watanabe, Tad; Cai, Jinfa, 2004, Developing Ratio Concepts: An Asian Perspective
  16. Blackwell, Sarah B., 2003, Operation Central
  17. Fernandez, Maria, 1999, Making Music with Mathematics
  18. Perry, Andrew, 2004, Decreasing Math Anxiety in College Students
  19. Munakata, Mika, 2005, Constructing Cooperative Logic Problems
  20. Steele, Marcee M; Steele, John W., 2003, Teaching Algebra to Students with Learning Disabilities
  21. Peterson, Sarah E., Miller, Jeffrey A.,, 2004, Comparing the Quality of Students' Experiences During Cooperative Learning and Large-Group Instruction
  22. Martinie, Sherri, 2003, Families Ask: Cooperative Groups
  23. Ross, John, 1995, Students Explaining Solutions in Student-Directed Groups
  24. Amit, Miriam; Klass-Tsirulvikov, Bella, 2005, Paving A Way To Algebraic Word Problems Using A Nonalgebraic Route
  25. Schaffer, Karl; Stern, Erik; Kim, Scott, 2001, Math Dance with Dr. Schaffer and Mr. Stern
  26. Porlitz-Frang, Kristin, 2005, Teacherline's Ready to Teach Algebra
  27. Broman, Sarah M., 2002, Making Minutes More Meaningful: The Ninety-minute Mathematics Class
  28. Lanier, Susan; Barrs, Sharon, 2003, Let's Play Plinko: A Lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  29. Beckman, Charlene; Thompson, Denisse; Austin, Richard, 2004, Exploring Proportional Reasoning Through Movies and Literature
  30. Petrella, Gerald, 2001, Subtracting Integers: An Affective Lesson
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Technology

  1. Erbas, A. Kursat; Ledford, Sarah D.; Orill, Chandra Howley; Polly, Drew, 2005, Promoting Problem Solving by using technology
  2. Lee, J. Todd, 2005, Fool me twice, Shame on me
  3. Hudnutt, Bethany Snyder; Panoff, Robert M., 2002, ON Math
  4. Don Kuusinen, 2005, Let's Do Geometry on a TI-84
  5. Calvert, Lynn, 1999, A Dependence on Technology and Algorithms of a Lack of Number Sense?
  6. Wyberg, Terry; Wygant, Sue, 2005, Realize the Power of a Spreadsheet
  7. Speaker: Barb Stoflet, April 30, 2005, Differentiate Using Two Problems a Day
  8. Baker, Paul L., 2003, Using FreeCell to Teach Mathematics
  9. Coons, Albert, 1999, Technology Tips
  10. Scher, Daniel, 2002, Maximizing Triangle Area: An Interactive Inspired Proof
  11. McCoy, Leah P.; Shaw, Jean M., 2003, Patchwork Quilts: Connections with Geometry, Technology, and Culture
  12. Rogers Schooler, Susan, 2004, A "Chilling" Project: Intergrating Mathematics, Science and Technology
  13. Heid, Kathleen, 1995, Algebra in a Technological World
  14. St.John, Denny; Lapp, Douglas, 2000, Developing Numbers and Operations with Affordable Handheld Technology
  15. Devaney, Robert, 2004, Fractal Patterns and Chaos Games
  16. Arbaugh, Fran; Scholten, Carolyn M.; Essex, Kathryn, 2001, Data in the Middle Grades: A Probability WebQuest
  17. Keller, Brian;Martin, Gary;Hart, Eric, October 2001, Illuminating NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
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