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Activities

  1. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  2. Pugalee, David K.; Frykholm, Jeffrey; Johnson, Art; Slovin, Hannah; Malloy, Carol; Preston, Ron;, 2002, Navigating through Geometry in Grades 6-8
  3. Menon, Ramakishnan, 2004, Motivating Activities That Lead to Algebra
  4. Cofman, Judita, 1990, What to Solve? Problems and Suggestions for Young Mathematicians
  5. Olson, Melfried, 2009, Exploring Equivalent Fractions with the Graphing Calculator
  6. Droogsma, Larry, 2009, 3-D Graphing for the Kinesthetic Learner
  7. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Graphs and Functions as Patterns

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Algebra

  1. Usiskin, Zalman, , Conceptions of School Algebra and Uses of Variables
  2. Wygant, Sue, 2009, Developing Algebraic Thinking in Grades 6-8
  3. Lee, Ji-Eun; Kim, Kyoung-Tae, 2008, It Is a Piece of Cake: Algebraic Thinking in a Real-Life Situation
  4. Hyde, Arthur; George, Katie; Mynard, Suzanne; Hull, Christina; Watson, Sharon; Watson, Patrick., 2006, Creating Multiple Representations in Algebra: All Chocolate, No Change
  5. Menon, Ramakishnan, 2004, Motivating Activities That Lead to Algebra
  6. Edwards, Michael T; Phelps, Steve, 2008, Can You Fathom This? Connecting Data Analysis, Algebra, and Geometry with Probability Simulation
  7. Arcavi, Abraham, 1994, Symbol Sense: Informal Sense-making in Formal Mathematics
  8. Phillips, Elizabeth, 1991, Graphs and Functions as Patterns
  9. NCTM Illuminations, 2008, Barbie Bungee
  10. Lee, Lesley; Freiman, Viktor, 2006, Developing Algebraic Thinking Through Pattern Exploration
  11. Menon, Ramakrishnan, 2004, Motivating Activities That Lead to Algebra
  12. Usiskin, Zalman, , Why Is Algebra Important to Learn (Teachers, this one's for your students!)
  13. Burke, Maurice; Erickson, David; Lott, Johnny W; Obert, Mindy, 2001, Navigating threough Algebra in Grades 9-12

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Assessment

  1. Mundahl, Stephanie; Nelson, Nicole; Singer-Towns, Tim; Wyberg, Terry, 2009, Surviving Your Beginning Years – Preparing to Teach
  2. Vazquez, Lorna Thomas, 2008, A, E, I, O, U and Always Y A Simple Technique for improving Communication and Assessment in the Mathematic Classroom

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Calculus

  1. Perrin, John R., 2008, Developing Reasoning Through Proof in High School Calculus

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Communication


  1. Robichaux, Rebecca R.; Rodrigue, Paulette R., 2003, Using Origami to Promote Geometric Communication
  2. Whitin, Phyllis; Whitin, David, 2002, Promoting Communication in the Mathematics Classroom
  3. Vazquez, Lorna Thomas, 2008, A, E, I, O, U and Always Y A Simple Technique for improving Communication and Assessment in the Mathematic Classroom

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Connections

  1. Santulli, Tom, 2009, Representations from the Real World
  2. Lee, Ji-Eun; Kim, Kyoung-Tae, 2008, It Is a Piece of Cake: Algebraic Thinking in a Real-Life Situation
  3. Colgan, Mark D., 2006, March Math Madness: The Mathematics of the NCAA Basketball Tournament
  4. Petras, Richard T., 2001, Privacy for the Twenty-First Century: Cryptography
  5. Gay, A. Susan, 2008, Helping Teachers Connect Vocabulary and Conceptual Understanding

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Curriculum

  1. Hoffman, Ellen; Caniglia, Joanne, 2009, In Their Own Words: Good Mathematics Teachers in the Era of NCLB

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Discrete

Equity/Diversity

  1. Murrey, Deandrea L., 2008, Differentiating Instruction In Mathematics for the English Language Learner
  2. Imm, Kara Louise; Stylianou, Despina A.; Chae, Nabin, 2008, Student Representations at the Center: Promoting Classroom Equity
  3. Robichaux, Rebecca; Rodrigue, Paulette, 2006, Discovering Euler Circuits and Paths through a Culturally Relevant Lesson
  4. McCoy, Leah P; Buckner, Stefanie; Munley, Jessica, 2007, Probability Games from Diverse Cultures
  5. Lemons- Smith, Shonda, 2009, Equity in the K-12 Mathematics Education: Do we Have the Will?
  6. McCoy, Leah P., 2008, Proverty: Teaching Mathematics and Social Justice

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Functions

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Games and Puzzles

  1. McCoy, Leah P; Buckner, Stefanie; Munley, Jessica, 2007, Probability Games from Diverse Cultures

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Geometry

  1. Bell, Clare V., 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design
  2. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  3. Pugalee, David K.; Frykholm, Jeffrey; Johnson, Art; Slovin, Hannah; Malloy, Carol; Preston, Ron;, 2002, Navigating through Geometry in Grades 6-8
  4. Robichaux, Rebecca R.; Rodrigue, Paulette R., 2003, Using Origami to Promote Geometric Communication
  5. Edwards, Michael T; Phelps, Steve, 2008, Can You Fathom This? Connecting Data Analysis, Algebra, and Geometry with Probability Simulation
  6. Pagni, David L., 2007, Finding Areas on Dot Paper
  7. Murrey, Deandrea L., 2008, Differentiating Instruction In Mathematics for the English Language Learner

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Gifted Students

  1. Chval, Kathryn B.; Davis, Jane A., 2008, The Gifted Student
  2. Chval, Kathryn B; Davis, Jane A., 2008, The Gifted Student

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History

  1. Liu, Po-Hung, 2003, Do Teachers Need to Incorporate the History of Mathematics in Their Teaching?

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Issues

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Classroom Management

  1. Caldwell, Marion, 2003, Transition Points
  2. Mundahl, Stephanie; Nelson, Nicole; Singer-Towns, Tim; Wyberg, Terry, 2009, Surviving Your Beginning Years – Preparing to Teach

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Manipulatives

  1. Madden, Sean P.; Diaz, Ricardo, 2008, Spatial Reasoning and Polya's Five Planes Problem
  2. Reiners, Mike, 2009, Dynamic Graphing: How Dynamic Technology Teaches Transformations
  3. Droogsma, Larry, 2009, 3-D Graphing for the Kinesthetic Learner

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Measurement

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Number and Operations

  1. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  2. Olson, Melfried, 2009, Exploring Equivalent Fractions with the Graphing Calculator
  3. Olson, Melfried, 2009, Exploring Equivalent Fractions with the Graphing Calculator
  4. Burke, Maurice J.; Kehle, Paul E.; Kennedy, Paul A.; St. John, Dennis, 2006, Navigating Through Number and Operations in Grades 9-12
  5. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.; Martinie, Sherri L., 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School
  6. Rapke, Tina, 2008-2009, Thoughts on Why (-1)(-1)=+1 Do two wrongs make a right? Using the distributive property avoids pseudoreasoning.
  7. Davis, Brent, 2008, Is 1 a Prime Number? Developing Teacher Knowledge Through Concepts Study

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Planning

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Probability

  1. Colgan, Mark D., 2006, March Math Madness: The Mathematics of the NCAA Basketball Tournament
  2. Edwards, Michael T; Phelps, Steve, 2008, Can You Fathom This? Connecting Data Analysis, Algebra, and Geometry with Probability Simulation
  3. Edwards, Michael T; Phelps, Steve, 2008, Can You Fathom This? Connecting Data Analysis, Algebra, and Geometry with Probability Simulation
  4. Lanier, Susie; Barrs, Sharon, 2003, Lets Play Plinko: A lesson in Simulations and Experimental Probabilities
  5. McCoy, Leah P; Buckner, Stefanie; Munley, Jessica, 2007, Probability Games from Diverse Cultures

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Problem Solving

  1. Santulli, Tom, 2009, Representations from the Real World
  2. Pape, Stephen J., 2004, Middle School Children's Problem-Solving Behavior: A cognitive Analysis from a Reading Comprehension Perspective
  3. Edited By: O'Daffer, Phares G., 1988, Selections from Arithmetic Teacher
  4. Madden, Sean P.; Diaz, Ricardo, 2008, Spatial Reasoning and Polya's Five Planes Problem
  5. Madden, Sean P.; Diaz, Ricardo, 2008, Spatial Reasoning and Polya's Five Planes Problem
  6. Williams, Kenneth M., 2003, Writing About the Problem Solving Process to Improve Problem Solving Performance
  7. Cofman, Judita, 1990, What to Solve? Problems and Suggestions for Young Mathematicians
  8. Perrin, John R., 2008, Developing Reasoning Through Proof in High School Calculus
  9. Perrin, John R., 2008, Developing Reasoning Through Proof in High School Calculus
  10. Greenes, Carole E; Spunggin, Rika; Dombrowski, Justin M., 1977, Problem-mathics

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Proof and Reasoning

  1. Perrin, John R., 2008, Developing Reasoning Through Proof in High School Calculus
  2. Perrin, John Robert, 2009, Developing Reasoning Through Proof in High School Calculus
  3. Puzzles
  4. Madden, Sean P.; Diaz, Ricardo, 2008, Spatial Reasoning and Polya's Five Planes Problem

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Multiple Representations

  1. Santulli, Tom, 2009, Representations from the Real World
  2. Hyde, Arthur; George, Katie; Mynard, Suzanne; Hull, Christina; Watson, Sharon; Watson, Patrick., 2006, Creating Multiple Representations in Algebra: All Chocolate, No Change
  3. Arcavi, Abraham, 1994, Symbol Sense: Informal Sense-making in Formal Mathematics
  4. Pagni, David L., 2007, Finding Areas on Dot Paper
  5. Lee, Lesley; Freiman, Viktor, 2006, Developing Algebraic Thinking Through Pattern Exploration
  6. Rider, Robin, 2007, Shifting from Traditional to Nontraditional Teaching Practices Using Multiple Representations
  7. Rubel, Laurie H.; Zolkower, Betina A., 2008, On Blocks, Staris, and Beyond
  8. Research
  9. Pape, Stephen J., 2004, Middle School Children's Problem-Solving Behavior: A cognitive Analysis from a Reading Comprehension Perspective
  10. Kloosterman, Peter; Rutledge, Zachary; Kenney, Patricia Ann, 2009, Exploring Results of the NAEP: 1980s to the Present

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Research

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Standards


  1. Brucker, Elizabeth L., 2008, Journey into a Standards-Based Mathematics Classroom
  2. Standards
  3. Geddes, Dorothy, 1992, Geometry in the Middle Grades
  4. Pugalee, David K.; Frykholm, Jeffrey; Johnson, Art; Slovin, Hannah; Malloy, Carol; Preston, Ron;, 2002, Navigating through Geometry in Grades 6-8

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Statistics

  1. Kader, Gary D., 1999, Means and MADs
  2. Lemons- Smith, Shonda, 2009, Equity in the K-12 Mathematics Education: Do we Have the Will?
  3. Gratzer, William; Carpenter, James E, 2008-2009, The Histogram-Area Connection
  4. Colgan, Mark D., 2006, March Math Madness: The Mathematics of the NCAA Basketball Tournament
  5. NCTM Illuminations, 2008, Barbie Bungee
  6. Fox, Thomas B., 2005, Transformations on Data Sets and Their Effects on Descriptive Statistics

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Teaching Strategies

  1. Mundahl, Stephanie; Nelson, Nicole; Singer, Tim; Wyberg, Terry, 2009, Surviving Your Beginning Years- Preparing To Teach
  2. Brucker, Elizabeth L., 2008, Journey into a Standards-Based Mathematics Classroom
  3. Usiskin, Zalman, , Conceptions of School Algebra and Uses of Variables
  4. Bell, Clare V., 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design
  5. Edited By: O'Daffer, Phares G., 1988, Selections from Arithmetic Teacher
  6. Wygant, Sue, 2009, Developing Algebraic Thinking in Grades 6-8
  7. Menon, Ramakishnan, 2004, Motivating Activities That Lead to Algebra
  8. Williams, Kenneth M., 2003, Writing About the Problem Solving Process to Improve Problem Solving Performance
  9. Mundahl, Stephanie; Nelson, Nicole; Singer-Towns, Tim; Wyberg, Terry, 2009, Surviving Your Beginning Years – Preparing to Teach
  10. Mundahl, Stephanie; Nelson, Nicole; Singer-Towns, Tim; Wyberg, Terry, 2009, Surviving Your Beginning Years – Preparing to Teach

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Technology

  1. McGehee, Jean; Griffith, Linda K., 2004, Technology Enhances Student Learning across the Curriculum
  2. Driskell, Shannon, 2005, Teachers' Technology Class Continues Discussion of Pitfalls
  3. Olson, Melfried, 2009, Exploring Equivalent Fractions with the Graphing Calculator
  4. Reiners, Mike, 2009, Dynamic Graphing: How Dynamic Technology Teaches Transformations
  5. Ebras, A. Kursat; Ledford, Sarah D; Orrill, Chandra Hawley; polly, Drew, 2005, Promoting Problem Solving across Geometry and Algebra by using Technology

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Trigonometry

  1. Burke, Maurice J.; Kehle, Paul E.; Kennedy, Paul A.; St. John, Dennis, 2006, Navigating Through Number and Operations in Grades 9-12

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