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Activities

  1. Moyer, Todd. O., 2006, Non-Geometry Mathematics and The Geometer's Sketchpad
  2. Bonnie Hagelberger, 2006, If I had only known then what I know now
  3. Tammy Brooks , 2006, Estimation More than a Wild Guess
  4. Wong, Michael, 2006, The Human Body’s Built-In Range Finder: The Thumb Method of Indirect Distance Measurement
  5. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engagin Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
  6. Moyer, Todd. O., 2006, Non-Geometry Mathematics and The Geometer's Sketchpad
  7. Norwood, Karen S. and Glenda Carter, November 1994, Journal Writing: An Insight Into Students' Understanding
  8. Horak, Virginia M., 2006, A Science Application of Area and Ratio Concepts
  9. Tzur, Ron; Clark, Matthew R., 2006, Riding the Mathematical Merry-Go-Round to Foster Conceptual Understanding of Angle
  10. Bonnie Hagelberger, 2006, If I had only known then what I know now
  11. Britton, Barbara., 2006, Solutions to the Candy Conundrum Problem
  12. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engaging Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
  13. Neumann, Maureen D., Febrary 2005, Freedom Quilts: Mathematics on the Underground Railroad
  14. Lundquist, Janet, MCTM Conference 2006, Origami Cube and Tetrahedron
  15. Kelley, Paul., 2006, Geometry Projects: Escher, Sierpinski and Snowflakes in your classroom
  16. Rubin-Forester, Allison, , Get 'em Moving! Kinesthetic Lesson Ideas That Help ALL Students Learn
  17. Westegaard, Sue, 2006, MTCM Convention
  18. Bright, George; Freierson, Dargan Jr; Tarr, James E.; Thomas, Cynthia, 2003, Navigating Through Probability in Grades 6-8
  19. Beaton, Tisha, August 2004 , Harry Potter in the Mathematics Classroom
  20. Terry Wyberg and Tracy Bibelnicks
  21. Bright, George; Freierson, Dargan Jr; Tarr, James E.; Thomas, Cynthia, 2003, Navigating Through Probability in Grades 6-8
  22. , 1992, Addenda Series Grades K-6
  23. Perry, J.A and Atkina, S. L., December 2002, It's Not Just Notation: Valuing Children's Representations
  24. Devries, L., 1996, Solving Equations: How Sweet It Is!
  25. Alejandre, Suzanne, 1994-2006, Understanding Algebraic Factoring
  26. Devaney, Robert L., 2004, Fractal Patterns and Chaos Games
  27. Don Crossfield, 1997, (Naturally) Numbers Are Fun
  28. Reynolds, Anne; Cassel, Darlinda; Lillard, Eileen, March 2006, A Mathematical Exploration of Grandpa's Quilt
  29. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment
  30. Caniglia, Joanne C., Leapard, Barbara B., 2005, Conic Sections: Draw it, Write it, Do it
  31. Kalchman, Mindy S., 2005, Walking through Space: A new approach for teaching functions
  32. Berkman, Robert, 2006, One, Some, or None: Finding Beauty in Ambiguity
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Algebra

  1. Clausen, Mary C., 2005, Did you 'code'?
  2. Grandau, Laura; Stephens, Ana, 2006, Algebra: Thinking and Geometry
  3. Allsopp, David; Lovin, Louann; Green, Gerald; Savage-Davis, Emma, February 2003, Why Students with Special Needs Have Difficulty Learning Mathematics and What Teachers Can Do to Help
  4. Wade, William R. , 2006, Sound Off! A Dialogue between Calculator and Algebra
  5. Rubin-Forester, Allison, , Get 'em Moving! Kinesthetic Lesson Ideas That Help ALL Students Learn
  6. Cheryl Tucker, 2006, Using Tiles and Games to Teach Algebra in Middle School
  7. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
  8. Erbas, A. Kursat; Ledford, Sarah D.; Orrill, Chandra Hawley; Polly, Drew, 2005, Promoting Problem Solving across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
  9. Fiel, Susan; Rachlin, Sid; Doyle, Dot, 2001, Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: Navigations Series
  10. Lassak, Marshall, Heller, Brad , 2006, Delving Deeper: The Where, Why, and How of Solving ax = Log(ax)
  11. , 1996, Making Matrices Accessible to All: The Dutch Perspective
  12. Choike, James R., 2000, Teaching Strategies for "Algebra for All"
  13. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
  14. Heid, M. Kathleen; Choate Jonathan; Sheets, Charlene; Zbiek, Rose Mary, 1995, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics
  15. Fiel, Susan; Rachlin, Sid; Doyle, Dot, 2001, Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: Navigations Series
  16. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra for Students with Learning Disabilities
  17. Lanius, Cynthia , N/A, "Fun With Calendars"
  18. Devries, L., 1996, Solving Equations: How Sweet It Is!
  19. Alejandre, Suzanne, 1994-2006, Understanding Algebraic Factoring
  20. Rizzo, Erica., N/A, Multiplying Polynomials
  21. Piez, Cynthia M., Voxman, Mary H., 1997, Multiple Representations- Using Different Perspectives to Form a Clearer Picture
  22. Engel, Bill, Schmidt, Diane L. , 2004, How Big is a 16-Penny Nail? A Measurement Lesson for Middle Grades
  23. Wade, William, 2006, "Sound off! A Dialogue Between Calculator and Algebra"
  24. Nathan, Mitchell J., Koedinger, Kenneth R., 2000, Moving Beyond Teacher's Intuitive Beliefs About Algebraic Learning
  25. Steele, M. M and Steele, J. W., 2003, Teaching Algebra to Students With Learning Disabilities
  26. Armstrong, Alayne C., 2005/2006, An "Arithmetic" Thinker Tackles Algebra
  27. Kalchman, Mindy S., 2005, Walking through Space: A new approach for teaching functions
  28. Amit, Miriam, Klass-Tsirulnikov, Bella, 2005, Paving a Way to Algebraic Problems Using a Non-Algebraic Route
  29. Armstrong, Alayne C., Dec 2005/Jan 2006, An "Arithmetic" Thinker Tackles Algebra
  30. Rich, Jane, May, 1994, Measuring the Earth

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Assessment

  1. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open--Ended Problems for Assessment
  2. Hodgson,Ted , 2004, An Interactive Approach to Projectile Motion
  3. Norwood, Karen S. and Glenda Carter, November 1994, Journal Writing: An Insight Into Students' Understanding
  4. Kennedy, Dan, 1999, Assessing True Academic Success: The Next Frontier of Reform
  5. Manon, Jon Rahn, 1995, The Mathematics Test: A New Role for an Old Friend
  6. Garnett, Cynthia, February 1992, Teaching- Do not Disturb? A Concerned Parent's View of Testing
  7. Clarke, Doug, Wilson, Linda, 1994, Valuing What We See
  8. Mary L. Crowley, 1993, Student Mathematics Portfolio: More Than A Display Case
  9. Miller, L. Diane, 1992, Begin Mathematics Class with Writing
  10. Lapp, Douglas A, Manouchehri, Azita, 2003, Unveiling Student Understaning: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  11. Daniels, Harvey, Zemelman, Steven, 2004, Subjects Matter; Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading
  12. Lapp, Douglas A; Manouchehri, Azita., 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  13. Martino, A.M., 1999, Teacher Questioning to Promote Justification and Generalization in Mathematics: What Research Practice Has Taught Us
  14. Manouchehri, Azita and Lapp, Douglas A. , 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  15. Perry, J.A and Atkina, S. L., December 2002, It's Not Just Notation: Valuing Children's Representations
  16. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment
  17. Walmsley, A. L. E and Muniz J., 2003, Cooperative Learning and Its Effects in a High School Geometry Class
  18. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment
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Calculus

  1. Hodgson,Ted , 2004, An Interactive Approach to Projectile Motion

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Communication

  1. Reeves, Charles; Reeves, Rosemarie, March 2003, Encouraging Students to Think About How They Think
  2. Mason, Ralph, T.; McFeetors, P. Janelle, 2002, Interactive Writing in Mathematics Class: Getting Started
  3. Manouchehri, Azita; St. John, Dennis, 2006, From Classroom Discussions to Group Discourse
  4. Lapp, Douglas A; Manouchehri, Azita., 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  5. Daniels, Harvey, Zemelman, Steven, 2004, Subjects Matter; Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading
  6. Garner, Amanda S., Preston, Ronald V., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
  7. Artzt, Alice F., 1999, Cooperative Learning in Mathematics Teacher Education
  8. Reynolds, Anne; Cassel, Darlinda; Lillard, Eileen, March 2006, A Mathematical Exploration of Grandpa's Quilt
  9. Helpern, Cara, Helpern, Pamela, 2006, Using Creative Writing and Literature in Mathematics Classes
  10. Leikin, Roza, Zaslavsky, Orit, 1999, Cooperative Learning in Mathematics
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Connections

  1. Koirala, Hari; Goodwin, Phillip, October 2002, Middle-Level Students Learn Mathematics Using the U.S. Map
  2. Moore-Russo, Deborah; Golzy, John B., 2005, Helping Students Connect Functions and Their Represenntations
  3. Manouchehri, Azita and Douglas A. Lapp, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  4. Bright, Christine, 2006, "Arts and Math Connect"
  5. Manouchehri, Azita and Douglas A. Lapp, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  6. Manouchehri, Azita and Douglas A. Lapp, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
  7. Erbas, A. Kursat, Ledford, Sarah D., Hawley-Orrill, Chandra, Polly, Drew , 2005, Promoting Problem-Solving Across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
  8. Helpern, Cara, Helpern, Pamela, 2006, Using Creative Writing and Literature in Mathematics Classes
  9. Bransford, John, Brown, Ann, Cocking, Rodney, 1999, How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School
  10. Rich, Jane, May, 1994, Measuring the Earth
  11. Caniglia, Joanne C., Leapard, Barbara B., 2005, Conic Sections: Draw it, Write it, Do it
  12. Armstrong, Alayne C., 2005/2006, An "Arithmetic" Thinker Tackles Algebra
  13. Berkman, Robert, 2006, One, Some, or None: Finding Beauty in Ambiguity
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Curriculum

  1. Bright, George; Freierson, Dargan Jr; Tarr, James E.; Thomas, Cynthia, 2003, Navigating Through Probability in Grades 6-8
  2. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
  3. Bright, George W.; Brewer, Wallece; McClain, Kay; Mooney, Edward S., 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis in Grades 6-8
  4. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
  5. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
  6. Coxford, Jr., Arthur F., 1991, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
  7. , 1996, Making Matrices Accessible to All: The Dutch Perspective
  8. Bright, George; Freierson, Dargan Jr; Tarr, James E.; Thomas, Cynthia, 2003, Navigating Through Probability in Grades 6-8
  9. , 1992, Addenda Series Grades K-6
  10. Schoenfeld, Alan, 2002, Making Mathematics Work for All Children: Issues of Standards, Testing, and Equity
  11. Kenney, Joan M.; Metsisto, Diana; Tuttle, Cynthia L.; Heuer, Loretta; Hancewiz, Euthecia, 2005, Literacy Strategies for Improving Mathematics Instruction
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Discrete

  1. Hylton-Lindsay, Althea, February 2003, Problem Solving, Patterns, Probability, Pascal, and Palindromes
  2. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine, Godbold, Landy, Young, Linda, 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis in Grades 9-12
  3. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine, Godbold, Landy, Young, Linda, 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis in Grades 9-12
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Equity/Diversity

  1. Gilbert, Cuevas; Driscoll, Mark, 1996, Reaching All Students with Mathematics
  2. Steele, Marcee, November 2002, Strategies for Helping Students Who Have Learning Disabilities in Mathematics
  3. Allsopp, David; Lovin, Louann; Green, Gerald; Savage-Davis, Emma, February 2003, Why Students with Special Needs Have Difficulty Learning Mathematics and What Teachers Can Do to Help
  4. Neel, Kanwal Singh, 2005, Addressing Diversity in the Mathematics Classroom with Cultural Artifacts
  5. Gilbert. Melissa C., 2002, Challenges in Implementing Strategies for Gender-Aware Teaching
  6. George, Jenni, MacCormack, Dana, 2006, What is Racial Profiling
  7. Gilbert, Melissa C., 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
  8. Berry, Robert Q., 2004, The Equity Principle Through the Voices of African American Males
  9. Gutstein, Eric, Peterson, Bob, 2005, Rethinking Mathematics; Teaching Social Justice by the Numbers
  10. Gilbert, Melissa C., 2001, Applying the Equity Principle
  11. Crawford, C., 2004, Race research "misrepresented"
  12. Feigenbaum, Ruth, 2000, Algebra for Students with Learning Disabilities
  13. Boognl, Mary A., 2006, Hand-On Approach to Teaching Composition of Functions to a Diverse Population
  14. Fuchs, Lynn S.; Fuchs, Douglas, 2005, Enhancing Mathematical Problem Solving for Students with Disabilities
  15. Schoenfeld, Alan, 2002, Making Mathematics Work for All Children: Issues of Standards, Testing, and Equity
  16. Berry, RQ III, 2005, Building an Infrastructure for Equity in Mathematics Education
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Functions

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Games

  1. Tzur, Ron; Clark, Matthew R., 2006, Riding the Mathematical Merry-Go-Round to Foster Conceptual Understanding of Angle
  2. Westegaard, Sue, 2006, MTCM Convention
  3. Cheryl Tucker, 2006, Using Tiles and Games to Teach Algebra in Middle School
  4. Devaney, Robert L., 2004, Fractal Patterns and Chaos Games
  5. Gernes, Don, 1999, Sharing Teaching Ideas: The Rules of the Game
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Geometry

  1. Grandau, Laura; Stephens, Ana, 2006, Algebra: Thinking and Geometry
  2. Wong, Michael, 2006, The Human Body’s Built-In Range Finder: The Thumb Method of Indirect Distance Measurement
  3. Kochaver, Betty., 2006, The Math of Machu Picchu
  4. Jones, MaryClara; Soto-Johnson, Hortensia., 2006, Rotations of the Regular Polyhedra
  5. Hickman, Aaron; Walmsley, Angela L.E., 2006, A Study of Note Taking and its Impact on Student Perception of use in a Geometry Classroom
  6. Neumann, Maureen D., Febrary 2005, Freedom Quilts: Mathematics on the Underground Railroad
  7. Lundquist, Janet, MCTM Conference 2006, Origami Cube and Tetrahedron
  8. Kelley, Paul., 2006, Geometry Projects: Escher, Sierpinski and Snowflakes in your classroom
  9. Zheng,Tingyao, 2002, Do Mathematics With Interactive Geometry Software
  10. Day, Roger, Kelley, Paul, Krussel, Libby, Lott, Johnny W., Hirstein, James, 2001, Navigating Through Geometry
  11. Erbas, A. Kursat; Ledford, Sarah D.; Orrill, Chandra Hawley; Polly, Drew, 2005, Promoting Problem Solving across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
  12. Coxford, Jr., Arthur F., 1991, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
  13. Day, Roger, Kelley, Paul, Krussel, Libby, Lott, Johnny W., Hirstein, James, 2001, Navigating Through Geometry
  14. Reynolds, Anne; Cassel, Darlinda; Lillard, Eileen, 2006, A Mathematical Exploration of Grandpa's Quilt
  15. Walmsley, A. L. E and Muniz J., 2003, Cooperative Learning and Its Effects in a High School Geometry Class
  16. Gernes, Don, 1999, Sharing Teaching Ideas: The Rules of the Game
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Gifted

History

    1. Neumann, Maureen D., Febrary 2005, Freedom Quilts: Mathematics on the Underground Railroad
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    Interdisciplinary Learning

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    Issues

    1. Cotter, Joan, MCTM Conference 2006, Place Value: Some Innovative PRoven Techniques for Teaching
    2. Bright, George; Freierson, Dargan Jr; Tarr, James E.; Thomas, Cynthia, 2003, Navigating Through Probability in Grades 6-8
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    Management

    1. Herbel-eisenmann, Beth; Breyfogle, M. Lynn, May 2004, Questioning Our Patterns of Questioning
    2. The Speaker was Lisa Conzemius from Detroit Lakes Senior High- Detroit Lakes, MN, 2006, "Savings and Payments- How does it work?"
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    Manipulative

    1. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engagin Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
    2. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engaging Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
    3. Cheryl Tucker, 2006, Using Tiles and Games to Teach Algebra in Middle School
    4. Jawa Mariappan, , Prime and Composite Numbers, Grade Level - 6-7
    5. Freer Weiss, Dana, 2005, "Keeping it Real: The Rationale for using Manipulatives in the Middle Grades"
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    Measurement

    1. Wong, Michael, 2006, The Human Body’s Built-In Range Finder: The Thumb Method of Indirect Distance Measurement
    2. Horak, Virginia M., 2006, A Science Application of Area and Ratio Concepts
    3. Tzur, Ron; Clark, Matthew R., 2006, Riding the Mathematical Merry-Go-Round to Foster Conceptual Understanding of Angle
    4. Wong, Michael., 2006, The Human Body's built-in Range Finder: The Thumb Method of indirect distance measurement
    5. Danielson, Christopher, , Perimeter: Three Approaches, Three Definitions
    6. Rich, Jane, May, 1994, Measuring the Earth
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    Number and Operations

    1. Mahoney, John F. , 2006, Fill 'n Pour
    2. Wade, William, 2006, "Sound off! A Dialogue Between Calculator and Algebra"
    3. Don Crossfield, 1997, (Naturally) Numbers Are Fun
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    Planning

    1. Bonnie Hagelberger, 2006, If I had only known then what I know now
    2. Daniels, Harvey, Zemelman, Steven, 2004, Subjects Matter; Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading
    3. Lanius, Cynthia , N/A, "Fun With Calendars"
    4. Shimizu, Jeanne; Zbiek, Rose Marry., 2005, Multiple Solutions: More Pathes to an End or More Opportunities to Learn Mathematics
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    Probability

    1. Hylton-Lindsay, Althea, February 2003, Problem Solving, Patterns, Probability, Pascal, and Palindromes
    2. Franklin, Christine A,; Mullker, Madhuri S., 2006, Is Central Park Warming?
    3. George, Jenni, MacCormack, Dana, 2006, What is Racial Profiling
    4. Zawojewski, Judith S., 1991, Dealing with Data and Chance
    5. The Speaker was Lisa Conzemius from Detroit Lakes Senior High- Detroit Lakes, MN, 2006, "Savings and Payments- How does it work?"
    6. Christopher Smith, 2006, Is the Price Right?
    7. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine A., Godbold Landy, Young, Linda J. , 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis
    8. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine, Godbold, Landy, Young, Linda, 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis in Grades 9-12
    9. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine A., Godbold Landy, Young, Linda J. , 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis
    10. Rube, Laurie, 2006, "Good things Always Come in Threes: Three Cards, Three Prisoners, and Three Doors"
    11. Rubel, Laurie, February 2006, Good Things Come in Threes: Three Cards, Three Prisoners, and Three Doors
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    Problem Solving

    1. Tammy Brooks , 2006, Estimation More than a Wild Guess
    2. Reeves, Charles; Reeves, Rosemarie, March 2003, Encouraging Students to Think About How They Think
    3. Hylton-Lindsay, Althea, February 2003, Problem Solving, Patterns, Probability, Pascal, and Palindromes
    4. Koirala, Hari; Goodwin, Phillip, October 2002, Middle-Level Students Learn Mathematics Using the U.S. Map
    5. Britton, Barbara., 2006, Solutions to the Candy Conundrum Problem
    6. Beaton, Tisha, August 2004 , Harry Potter in the Mathematics Classroom
    7. Presenter: Terry Wyberg and Tracy Bibelnicks, ,
    8. Schettino, Carmel, 2003, Transition to a Problem-Solving Curriculum
    9. Reynolds, Anne; Cassel, Darlinda; Lillard, Eileen, 2006, A Mathematical Exploration of Grandpa's Quilt
    10. Garner, Amanda S., Preston, Ronald V., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
    11. Engel, Bill, Schmidt, Diane L. , 2004, How Big is a 16-Penny Nail? A Measurement Lesson for Middle Grades
    12. Erbas, A. Kursat, Ledford, Sarah D., Hawley-Orrill, Chandra, Polly, Drew , 2005, Promoting Problem-Solving Across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
    13. Nugent, Christina M., 2006, "How Many Blades of Grass Are on a Football Field?"
    14. Fuchs, Lynn S.; Fuchs, Douglas, 2005, Enhancing Mathematical Problem Solving for Students with Disabilities
    15. Shimizu, Jeanne; Zbiek, Rose Marry., 2005, Multiple Solutions: More Pathes to an End or More Opportunities to Learn Mathematics
    16. Sawada, Daiyo, 1999, Mathematics as Problem Solving: A Japanese Way
    17. Hart, L C, 1993, Some Factors That Impede or Enhance Performance in Mathematical Problem Solving
    18. Rube, Laurie, 2006, "Good things Always Come in Threes: Three Cards, Three Prisoners, and Three Doors"
    19. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment
    20. Artzt, Alice F., 1999, Cooperative Learning in Mathematics Teacher Education
    21. Freer Weiss, Dana, 2005, "Keeping it Real: The Rationale for using Manipulatives in the Middle Grades"
    22. Nathan, Mitchell J., Koedinger, Kenneth R., 2000, Moving Beyond Teacher's Intuitive Beliefs About Algebraic Learning
    23. Amit, Miriam, Klass-Tsirulnikov, Bella, 2005, Paving a Way to Algebraic Problems Using a Non-Algebraic Route
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    Proof and Reasoning

    1. Gernes, Don, 1999, Sharing Teaching Ideas: The Rules of the Game
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    Puzzles

    1. Tammy Brooks , 2006, Estimation More than a Wild Guess
    2. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engagin Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
    3. Shockey, Ted L., and David M. Bradley, April 2006, An Engaging Puzzle to Explore Algebraic Generalizations
    4. Lanius, Cynthia , N/A, "Fun With Calendars"


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    Representations

    1. Walmsley, Angela L.E.; Hckman, Aaron, 2006, A Study of Note-Taking and Its Impact on Student Perception of Use in a Geometry Classroom"
    2. Moyer, Todd. O., 2006, Non-Geometry Mathematics and The Geometer's Sketchpad
    3. Moore-Russo, Deborah; Golzy, John B., 2005, Helping Students Connect Functions and Their Represenntations
    4. Danielson, Christopher, , Perimeter: Three Approaches, Three Definitions
    5. Bright, Christine, 2006, "Arts and Math Connect"
    6. Coxford, Jr., Arthur F., 1991, Geometry from Multiple Perspectives
    7. Garner, Amanda S., Preston, Ronald V., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
    8. Perry, J.A and Atkina, S. L., December 2002, It's Not Just Notation: Valuing Children's Representations
    9. Walker, Janet M., Winter 2004-2005, "Going Around in Circles: Connecting the Representations
    10. Reynolds, Anne; Cassel, Darlinda; Lillard, Eileen, 2006, A Mathematical Exploration of Grandpa's Quilt
    11. Garner, Amanda S., Preston, Ronald V., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communicating
    12. Piez, Cynthia M., Voxman, Mary H., 1997, Multiple Representations- Using Different Perspectives to Form a Clearer Picture
    13. Boognl, Mary A., 2006, Hand-On Approach to Teaching Composition of Functions to a Diverse Population
    14. Helpern, Cara, Helpern, Pamela, 2006, Using Creative Writting and Literature in Mathematics Classes
    15. Bransford, John, Brown, Ann, Cocking, Rodney, 1999, How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience and School
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    Research

    1. Walmsley, Angela L.E.; Hckman, Aaron, 2006, A Study of Note-Taking and Its Impact on Student Perception of Use in a Geometry Classroom"
    2. Hickman, Aaron; Walmsley, Angela L.E., 2006, A Study of Note Taking and its Impact on Student Perception of use in a Geometry Classroom
    3. Cotter, Joan, MCTM Conference 2006, Place Value: Some Innovative PRoven Techniques for Teaching
    4. Crawford, C., 2004, Race research "misrepresented"
    5. NCTM Research Committee, 2006, The Challenge of Linking Research and Practice
    6. Rube, Laurie, 2006, "Good things Always Come in Threes: Three Cards, Three Prisoners, and Three Doors"
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    Standards

    1. O'Shea, Mark, 2005, From Standards to Success
    2. Koirala, Hari; Goodwin, Phillip, October 2002, Middle-Level Students Learn Mathematics Using the U.S. Map
    3. Berry, Robert Q., 2004, The Equity Principle Through the Voices of African American Males
    4. Bright, Christine, 2006, "Arts and Math Connect"
    5. Day, Roger, Kelley, Paul, Krussel, Libby, Lott, Johnny W., Hirstein, James, 2001, Navigating Through Geometry
    6. , 1992, Addenda Series Grades K-6
    7. Garner, Amanda S., Preston, Ronald V., 2003, Representation as a Vehicle for Solving and Communication
    8. Schoenfeld, Alan, 2002, Making Mathematics Work for All Children: Issues of Standards, Testing, and Equity
    9. Olson, Mark, 2001, Two Mathematicians' Perspectives on Standards: Interviews with Judith Roitman and Alfred Manaster.
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    Statistics

    1. Franklin, Christine A,; Mullker, Madhuri S., 2006, Is Central Park Warming?
    2. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine A., Godbold Landy, Young, Linda J. , 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis
    3. Burril,l Gail, Burrill, John, Coffield, Pamela, Gretchen, Davis, Lange, Jan de, Resnick, Diann, Murray, Siegel, 1992, Addenda Series grades 9-12, Data Analysis and Statistics
    4. Burrill, Gail, Franklin, Christine A., Godbold Landy, Young, Linda J. , 2003, Navigating through Data Analysis
    5. , 1992, Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics Addenda Series, Grades 9-12
    6. Caniglia, Joanne C., Leapard, Barbara B., 2005, Conic Sections: Draw it, Write it, Do it
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    Teaching Strategies

    1. Gilbert, Cuevas; Driscoll, Mark, 1996, Reaching All Students with Mathematics
    2. Steele, Marcee, November 2002, Strategies for Helping Students Who Have Learning Disabilities in Mathematics
    3. Walmsley, Angela L.E.; Hckman, Aaron, 2006, A Study of Note-Taking and Its Impact on Student Perception of Use in a Geometry Classroom"
    4. Clausen, Mary C., 2005, Did you 'code'?
    5. Mason, Ralph, T.; McFeetors, P. Janelle, 2002, Interactive Writing in Mathematics Class: Getting Started
    6. Reeves, Charles; Reeves, Rosemarie, March 2003, Encouraging Students to Think About How They Think
    7. Allsopp, David; Lovin, Louann; Green, Gerald; Savage-Davis, Emma, February 2003, Why Students with Special Needs Have Difficulty Learning Mathematics and What Teachers Can Do to Help
    8. Mathematically Correct, 2006(?), http://www.mathematicallycorrect.com/
    9. Norwood, Karen S. and Glenda Carter, November 1994, Journal Writing: An Insight Into Students' Understanding
    10. Manouchehri, Azita; St. John, Dennis, 2006, From Classroom Discussions to Group Discourse
    11. Bonnie Hagelberger, 2006, If I had only known then what I know now
    12. editors: kilpatrick, jeremy, swafford, jane, 2002, "Helping Children Learn Mathematics"
    13. Cohen, Robin., 2006, How Do Students Think?
    14. Lapp, Douglas A, Manouchehri, Azita, 2003, Unveiling Student Understaning: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
    15. Manouchehri, Azita and Douglas A. Lapp, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
    16. Danielson, Christopher, , Perimeter: Three Approaches, Three Definitions
    17. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
    18. Herbel-eisenmann, Beth; Breyfogle, M. Lynn, May 2004, Questioning Our Patterns of Questioning
    19. Presenter: Terry Wyberg and Tracy Bibelnicks, ,
    20. Lapp, Douglas A; Manouchehri, Azita., 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction
    21. Daniels, Harvey, Zemelman, Steven, 2004, Subjects Matter; Every Teacher's Guide to Content-Area Reading
    22. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001, Navigating through Algebra in Grades 3-5
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    26. Fuchs, Lynn S.; Fuchs, Douglas, 2005, Enhancing Mathematical Problem Solving for Students with Disabilities
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    28. NCTM Research Committee, 2006, The Challenge of Linking Research and Practice
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    32. Don Crossfield, 1997, (Naturally) Numbers Are Fun
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    Technology

    1. Moyer, Todd. O., 2006, Non-Geometry Mathematics and The Geometer's Sketchpad
    2. Wade, William R. , 2006, Sound Off! A Dialogue between Calculator and Algebra
    3. Mahoney, John F. , 2006, Fill 'n Pour
    4. Hodgson,Ted , 2004, An Interactive Approach to Projectile Motion
    5. Sinclaire, Nathalie; Crespo, Sandra, 2006, Learning Mathematics in Dynamic Computer Environments
    6. Franklin, Christine A,; Mullker, Madhuri S., 2006, Is Central Park Warming?
    7. Watson, John W.; Ciesla, Barbara A., 2005, Finding Complex Roots: Can you Trust Your Calculator?
    8. Zheng,Tingyao, 2002, Do Mathematics With Interactive Geometry Software
    9. Barrett, Gloria B, 1999, Investigating Distribution of Sample Means on the Graphing Calculator
    10. The Speaker was Lisa Conzemius from Detroit Lakes Senior High- Detroit Lakes, MN, 2006, "Savings and Payments- How does it work?"
    11. Erbas, A. Kursat; Ledford, Sarah D.; Orrill, Chandra Hawley; Polly, Drew, 2005, Promoting Problem Solving across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
    12. Lassak, Marshall, Heller, Brad , 2006, Delving Deeper: The Where, Why, and How of Solving ax = log(ax)
    13. Erbas, A. Kursat, Ledford, Sarah D., Hawley-Orrill, Chandra, Polly, Drew , 2005, Promoting Problem-Solving Across Geometry and Algebra by Using Technology
    14. Wade, William, 2006, "Sound off! A Dialogue Between Calculator and Algebra"
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    Trigonometry

    1. Calzada, Maria E; Scariano, Stephen M., 2006, A Natural Bridge from Algebra and Geometry to Trigonometry


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