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Activities


  1. Ideas from Robert Pacyga, 2004, Crystal Clear
  2. Bell, Clare, 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design 
  3. Varies, Current, New York Times: Education: The Learning Network 
  4. michielb, 2005, Maya Mathematics 
  5. Sheppard Software, 2010, Online Math Games - Free and for Kids 
  6. Hirsch, Judi, , Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  7. Muller, Kimberly O., 2010, How Technology Can Promote the Learning of Proof
  8. Barger, Rita; McCoy, Ann, 2010, Calculus in the Middle School? 
  9. Iovinelli, Robert, 2000, Chaotic Behavior in the Classroom 
  10. Ryden, Robert, 1999, Astronomical Math 
  11. Bay, Jennifer; Reys, Robert; Sims, Ken; Taylor, Mark, 2000, Bingo Games: Turning Student Intuitions into Investigations in Probability and Number Sense 

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Algebra


  1. Barnes, Rachael; Hamon Suzanne, 2010, Proof Prealgebra 
  2. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 
  3. Manouchehri, Azita; Lapp, Douglas, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction 
  4. Davis, Jon, 2005, Connecting Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge of Functions 
  5. Guerrero, Shannon M, 2010, The Value of Guess and Check 
  6. Fouche, Katheryn, 1997, Algebra for Everyone: Start Early 
  7. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S.; Kastberg, Signe E.; Viola dos Santos, Joao Ricardo, 2010, Learning Student Approaches to Algebraic Proofs 
  8. Menon, Ramakrishnan, 2004, Motivating Activities that lead to Algebra 
  9. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 
  10. Johnson, Gwendolyn J.; Thompson, Denisse R.; Senk, Sharon L. , 2010, Proof-Related Reasoning in High School Textbooks 
  11. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  12. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  13. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  14. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  15. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Interventions Strategies for Underprepared Students
  16. Hirsch, Judi,2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  17. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  18. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students 
  19. Johnson, Gwendolyn; Thompson, Denisse; Senk, Sharon, 2010, Proof-related Reasoning in High School Textbooks 
  20. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students 
  21. Gamble, Marvin, 2005, Teaching Logarithms 
  22. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A; Males, Lorraine M, 2010, Proof In Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 
  23. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A.; Males, Lorraine M., 2010, Proof in Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 
  24. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth; Males, Lorraine, 2010, Proof in Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 
  25. Foss, Rita, 2003, Linear Equations: High School Algebra I 

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Assessment


  1. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment 

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Calculus

  1. Barger, Rita; McCoy, Ann, 2010, Calculus in the Middle School? 
  2. Barger, Rita; McCoy, Ann , 2010, Calculus in the Middle School 
  3. Perrin, John, 2009, Developing Reasoning through Proof in High School Calculus 
  4. Barger, Rita H.; McCoy, Ann, 2010, Calculus in the Middle School 

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Communication

  1. Hoffert, Sharon B., 2009, Mathematics: The Universal Language? 

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Connections


  1. Bell, Clare, 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design 
  2. Mark Applebaum; Roza Leikin, 2010, Translations Toward Connected Mathematics 
  3. Tent, Magaret, 2000, Inequalities: Part of Every Child's Life 
  4. Davis, Jon, 2005, Connecting Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge of Functions 
  5. Austin, Richard A.; Thompson Denisse R.; Beckmann, Charlene E. , 2006, Locusts for Lunch: Connecting Mathematics, Science, and Literature 
  6. Anderson, Gail, 2008, The Evolution of the "Cartesian Connection" 
  7. Hoffert, Sharon B., 2009, Mathematics: The Universal Language? 
  8. Barger, Rita; McCoy, Ann, 2010, Calculus in the Middle School? 
  9. Ryden, Robert, 1999, Astronomical Math 

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Curriculum


  1. Morrow, Lorna; Kenney, Margaret (Editors), 1998, The Teaching and Learning of Algorithms in School Mathematics 
  2. Varies, Current, New York Times: Education: The Learning Network 
  3. Van de Walle, John, 2004, Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally 
  4. Barnett, Carne; Goldensteign, Donna; Jackson, Babette, 1994, Fractions, Decimals, Ratios & Percents: Hard to Teach and Hard to Learn? 
  5. Annin, Scott; Lai, Kevin, 2010, Errors in Counting Problems 
  6. Tennison, Alan, 2007, Promoting Equity in Mathematics: One Teacher's Journey 
  7. Perrin, John, 2009, Developing Reasoning through Proof in High School Calculus 
  8. Barger, Rita H.; McCoy, Ann, 2010, Calculus in the Middle School 
  9. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth; Males, Lorraine, 2010, Proof in Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 
  10. Schoenfeld, Alan H., 2009, A Welcome Focus: An Essay Review of the NCTM High School Curriculum Project 
  11. Cirillo, Michelle; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth; and Drake, Corey, 2009, Contemporary Curriculum Issues: Using Curriculum to Focus on Understanding 
  12. Gamble, Marvin, 2005, Teaching Logarithms 
  13. Santulli, Tom, 2009, Representations from the Real World 
  14. Iovinelli, Robert, 2000, Chaotic Behavior in the Classroom 
  15. Cirillo, Michelle; Drake, Corey; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth, 2009, Contemporary Curriculum Issues: Curriculum Vision and Coherence: Adapting Curriculum to Focus on Authentic Mathematics 

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Discrete

  1. Annin, Scott; Lai, Kevin, 2010, Errors in Counting Problems 
  2. Annin, Scott; Lai, Kevin, 2010, Common Errors in Counting Problems 
  3. Annin, Scott A.; Lai, Kevin S., 2010, Common Errors in Counting Problems 

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Equity/Diversity

  1. michielb, 2005, Maya Mathematics 
  2. Little, Catherine; Hauser, Sherryl; Corbishley, Jeffrey, 2009, Constructing Complexity for Differentiated Learning 
  3. Simon, Marilyn K., 2000, The Evolving Role of Women in Mathematics 
  4. Tennison, Alan, 2007, Promoting Equity in Mathematics: One Teacher's Journey 
  5. Chval, Kathryn B.; Davis, Jane A., 2008, The Gifted Student 
  6. Jerri Barrett, VP of Marketing, Anita Borg Institute, 2010, Invited Talk: "The Impostor syndrome" 
  7. Tennison, Alan, 2007, Promoting Equity in Mathematics: One Teacher's Journey 
  8. Pierce, Rebecca; Adams, Cheryll, 2005, Using Tiered Lessons in Mathematics  
  9. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students

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Functions

  1. Waiting

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Games and Puzzles


  1. Sheppard Software, 2010, Online Math Games - Free and for Kids 
  2. Popovici, Doina , 2009, Math Play- Free Online Math Games 
  3. Lee, Ji-Eun; Tracy, Dyanne, 2008, Promoting Awareness and Implementation of Virtual Manipulatives
  4. Bay, Jennifer; Reys, Robert;Simms, Ken; Taylor, Mark, 2000, Bingo Games: Turning Student Intuition into Investigations in Probability and Number Sense 

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Geometry


  1. Soucie, Tanja, 2010, Making Technology Work
  2. Mark Applebaum; Roza Leikin, 2010, Translations Toward Connected Mathematics 
  3. Van de Walle, John, 2004, Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally 
  4. Ideas from Robert Pacyga, 2004, Crystal Clear
  5. Bell, Clare, 2003, Learning Geometric Concepts through Ceramic Tile Design 
  6. Van Maanen, Jan, 1992, Teaching Geometry to 11-Year Old "Mideval Lawyers" 
  7. Ferrer, Bellasanta B.; Hunter, Bobbie; Irwin, Kathryn C.; Sheldon, Maureen J.; Thompson, Charles S.; Vistro-Yu, Catherine P., 2001, By the Unit or Square Unit? 
  8. Muller, Kimberly, 2010, How Technology can Promote the Learning of Proof
  9. Althoen, Steven; Brandell, Joseph, 2009, Investigating Bricard's Proof of Morley's Theorem with Geometer's Sketchpad
  10. Anderson, Gail, 2008, The Evolution of the "Cartesian Connection" 

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Gifted

  1. Chval, Kathryn B.; Davis, Jane A., 2008, The Gifted Student 
  2. Iovinelli, Robert, 2000, Chaotic Behavior in the Classroom 

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History

  1. Van Maanen, Jan, 1992, Teaching Geometry to 11-Year Old "Mideval Lawyers" 
  2. Simon, Marilyn K., 2000, The Evolving Role of Women in Mathematics 
  3. Ryden, Robert, 1999, Astronomical Math 

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Issues


  1. Barnett, Carne; Goldensteign, Donna; Jackson, Babette, 1994, Fractions, Decimals, Ratios & Percents: Hard to Teach and Hard to Learn? 
  2. Schoenfeld, Alan H., 2009, A Welcome Focus: An Essay Review of the NCTM High School Curriculum Project 
  3. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S.; Kastberg, Signe E.; Viola dos Santos, Joao Ricardo, 2010, Learning Student Approaches to Algebraic Proofs 
  4. Bonsangue, Martin; Gannon, Gerald; Pheifer, Laura, 2002, Discuss with Your Colleagues: Misinterpretations Can Sometimes Be a Good Thing  

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Management

  1. Fello, Susan, 2009, Talking & Writing in the Classroom 

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Manipulatives


  1. Dr. Patricia Deubel, 2010, Computing Technology for Math Excellence 
  2. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 
  3. Lee, Ji-Eun; Tracy, Dyanne, 2008, Promoting Awareness and Implementation of Virtual Manipulatives
  4. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 

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Measurement

  1. Roberge, Martin, 2010, Map Scale, Proportion, and Google Earth 
  2. Austin, Richard A.; Thompson Denisse R.; Beckmann, Charlene E. , 2006, Locusts for Lunch: Connecting Mathematics, Science, and Literature 

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Number and Operations

  1. Morrow, Lorna; Kenney, Margaret (Editors), 1998, The Teaching and Learning of Algorithms in School Mathematics 
  2. Bay-Williams, Jennifer M,; Martinie, Sherri L. , 2003, Thinking Rationally about Number and Operations in the Middle School 
  3. Eisen, Arron, 1999, Exploring Factor Set with a Graphing Calculator 
  4. Annin, Scott A.; Lai, Kevin S., 2010, Common Errors in Counting Problems 
  5. Cramer, Kathleen; Wyberg, Terry; Monson, Debra; Whitney, Stephanie; Leavitt, Seth, 2010, Dividing Fractions and Problem Solving 
  6. Bonsangue, Martin; Gannon, Gerald; Pheifer, Laura, 2002, Discuss with Your Colleagues: Misinterpretations Can Sometimes Be a Good Thing  
  7. Bay, Jennifer; Reys, Robert;Simms, Ken; Taylor, Mark, 2000, Bingo Games: Turning Student Intuition into Investigations in Probability and Number Sense 
  8. Bay, Jennifer; Reys, Robert; Sims, Ken; Taylor, Mark, 2000, Bingo Games: Turning Student Intuitions into Investigations in Probability and Number Sense 

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Planning

  1. Varies, Current, New York Times: Education: The Learning Network 
  2. Manouchehri, Azita; Lapp, Douglas, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction 

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Probability

  1. Bay, Jennifer; Reys, Robert;Simms, Ken; Taylor, Mark, 2000, Bingo Games: Turning Student Intuition into Investigations in Probability and Number Sense 

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Problem Solving

  1. Breyfogle, M. Lynn; Dressler, Jason; Hoffman, Brittany, 2009, The Power of Incorrect Answers 
  2. Goetz, Albert, 2005, Using Open-Ended Problems for Assessment 
  3. Cramer, Kathleen; Wyberg, Terry; Monson, Debra; Whitney, Stephanie; Leavitt, Seth, 2010, Dividing Fractions and Problem Solving 
  4. Guerrero, Shannon M, 2010, The Value of Guess and Check 
  5. Austin, Richard A.; Thompson Denisse R.; Beckmann, Charlene E. , 2006, Locusts for Lunch: Connecting Mathematics, Science, and Literature 
  6. Annin, Scott A.; Lai, Kevin S., 2010, Common Errors in Counting Problems 
  7. Fello, Susan, 2009, Talking & Writing in the Classroom 

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Proof and Reasoning

  1. Barnes, Rachael; Hamon Suzanne, 2010, Proof Prealgebra 
  2. D'Ambrosio, Beatriz S.; Kastberg, Signe E.; Viola dos Santos, Joao Ricardo, 2010, Learning Student Approaches to Algebraic Proofs 
  3. Johnson, Gwendolyn J.; Thompson, Denisse R.; Senk, Sharon L. , 2010, Proof-Related Reasoning in High School Textbooks 
  4. Muller, Kimberly, 2010, How Technology can Promote the Learning of Proof
  5. Muller, Kimberly O., 2010, How Technology Can Promote the Learning of Proof
  6. Perrin, John, 2009, Developing Reasoning through Proof in High School Calculus 
  7. Yopp, David, 2009, From Inductive Reasoning to Proof 
  8. Johnson, Gwendolyn; Thompson, Denisse; Senk, Sharon, 2010, Proof-related Reasoning in High School Textbooks 
  9. Yopp, David A., 2009, From Inductive Reasoning to Proof 
  10. Yopp, David A., 2009, From Inductive Reasoning to Proof 
  11. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A; Males, Lorraine M, 2010, Proof In Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 
  12. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A.; Males, Lorraine M., 2010, Proof in Algebra: Reasoning Beyond Examples 

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Puzzles

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  1. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students 

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Representations

  1. Cramer, Kathleen; Wyberg, Terry; Monson, Debra; Whitney, Stephanie; Leavitt, Seth, 2010, Dividing Fractions and Problem Solving 
  2. Santulli, Tom, 2009, Representations from the Real World 
  3. Anderson, Gail, 2008, The Evolution of the "Cartesian Connection" 

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Research


  1. Van de Walle, John, 2004, Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally 
  2. Barton, Susan, 2002, what does research say about achievement of students who use calculator technologies and those who do not?
  3. Tinoca, Luis; Son, Seung-Hyun; Williams, Laurie, 2001, TIPS for Teachers-Asking Good Questions 

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Standards

  1. Waiting

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Statistics

  1. Riskowksi, Jody; Olbright, Gayla; Wilson, Jennifer, 2010, 100 Students

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Teaching Strategies


  1. Barnes, Rachael; Hamon Suzanne, 2010, Proof Prealgebra 
  2. Dr. Patricia Deubel, 2010, Computing Technology for Math Excellence 
  3. Manouchehri, Azita; Lapp, Douglas, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction 
  4. Herbal-Eisenmann, Beth A.; Breyfogle, M. Lynn, 2005, Questioning Our Patterns of Questioning 
  5. Manouchehri, Azita; Lapp, Douglas, 2003, Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Questioning in Instruction 
  6. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 
  7. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  8. Chval, Kathryn B.; Davis, Jane A., 2008, The Gifted Student 
  9. Young, Elaine, 2009, EXCELling with Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio 
  10. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Interventions Strategies for Underprepared Students
  11. Hirsch, Judi, , Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  12. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  13. Erbas, Kursat; Ledford, Sarah; Polly, Drew; Orrill, Chandra, 2004, Engaging Students through Technology
  14. Erbas, Kursat; Ledford, Sarah; Polly, Drew; Orrill, Chandra, 2004, Engaging Students through Technology
  15. Erbas, Kursat; Ledford, Sarah; Polly, Drew; Orrill, Chandra, 2004, Engaginf Students through Technology
  16. Hirsch, Judi, , Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  17. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  18. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students
  19. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students 
  20. Johnson, Gwendolyn; Thompson, Denisse; Senk, Sharon, 2010, Proof-related Reasoning in High School Textbooks 
  21. Hirsch, Judi, 2001, Intervention Strategies for Underprepared Students 
  22. Gamble, Marvin, 2005, Teaching Logarithms 
  23. Schoenfeld, Alan H., 2009, A Welcome Focus: An Essay Review of the NCTM High School Curriculum Project 
  24. Otten, Samuel; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth A.; Males, Lorraine M.,
  25. Foss, Rita, 2003, Linear Equations: High School Algebra I 
  26. Maida, Paula, 2004, Using Algebra Without Realizing It 
  27. Cirillo, Michelle; Drake, Corey; Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth, 2009, Contemporary Curriculum Issues: Curriculum Vision and Coherence: Adapting Curriculum to Focus on Authentic Mathematics 
  28. Bonsangue, Martin; Gannon, Gerald; Pheifer, Laura, 2002, Discuss with Your Colleagues: Misinterpretations Can Sometimes Be a Good Thing  
  29. Tinoca, Luis; Son, Seung-Hyun; Williams, Laurie, 2001, TIPS for Teachers-Asking Good Questions 

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Technology


  1. Soucie, Tanja, 2010, Making Technology Work
  2. Explorelearning.com 
  3. Roberge, Martin, 2010, Map Scale, Proportion, and Google Earth 
  4. Morrow, Lorna; Kenney, Margaret (Editors), 1998, The Teaching and Learning of Algorithms in School Mathematics 
  5. michielb, 2005, Maya Mathematics 
  6. Roberge, Martin, 2010, Map Scale, Proportion, and Google Earth 
  7. Dr. Patricia Deubel, 2010, Computing Technology for Math Excellence 
  8. Sheppard Software, 2010, Online Math Games - Free and for Kids 
  9. Popovici, Doina , 2009, Math Play- Free Online Math Games
  10. Eisen, Arron, 1999, Exploring Factor Set with a Graphing Calculator 
  11. Jerri Barrett, VP of Marketing, Anita Borg Institute, 2010, Invited Talk: "The Impostor syndrome" 
  12. Young, Elaine, 2009, EXCELling with Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio 
  13. Erbas, Kursat; Ledford, Sarah; Polly, Drew; Orrill, Chandra, 2004, Engaging Students through Technology
  14. Erbas, Kursat; Ledford, Sarah; Polly, Drew; Orrill, Chandra, 2004, Engaginf Students through Technology
  15. Muller, Kimberly O., 2010, How Technology Can Promote the Learning of Proof
  16. Muller, Kimberly, 2010, How Technology can Promote the Learning of Proof
  17. Althoen, Steven; Brandell, Joseph, 2009, Investigating Bricard's Proof of Morley's Theorem with Geometer's Sketchpad
  18. Lee, Ji-Eun; Tracy, Dyanne, 2008, Promoting Awareness and Implementation of Virtual Manipulatives
  19. Barton, Susan, 2002, what does research say about achievment of students who use calculator technologies and those who do not?
  20. Riskowksi, Jody; Olbright, Gayla; Wilson, Jennifer, 2010, 100 Students

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Trigonometry

  1. Waiting


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