Index of Articles

Keywords

  • Games
  • Geometry
  • Gifted
  • History
  • Interdisciplinary Learning
  • Issues
  • Management
  • Manipulatives
  • Measurement
  • Number Theory
  • Planning
  • Probability
  • Problem Solving
  • Programs
  • Puzzles
  • Research
  • Standards
  • Statistics
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Technology
  • Tests
  • Trigonometry
  • Activities

    1. Miller, Louis, 1995, My Way and the Highway
    2. Key Curriculum, 1999, JavaSketchpad DR3 Gallery
    3. Borlaug, Victoria A., 1993, From Algebra to Calculus: A Tonka Toy Truck Does the Trick
    4. Myerscough, Dan; Plager, Don; McCarthy, Lynn; Hopper, Hallie; Fegers,Vickie, 1996, Cryptography: Cracking Codes
    5. Vonder Embse, Charles; Engenbretsen, Arne, 1996, A Mathematical Look at a Free Throw Using Technology
    6. Norem Powell, Nancy; Anderson, Mark; Winterroth, Stanley, 1994, Reflections on Miniture Golf
    7. Tischler-Welchman, Rosamond, , Making Mathematical Connections
    8. Battista, Michael, Vol. 86, No.4, 1993, Mathematics in Baseball
    9. Leitkin, Roza; Zaslavsky, Orit, 1999, Cooperative Learning in Mathematics
    10. Curcio, Frances R., Sicklick, Francine, and Turkel, Susan B. , 1987, Divide and Conquer: Unit Strips to the Rescue
    11. Lanius, Cynthia, 1996-1999, Mathematics of Cartography
    12. Hansbarger, J. Clark; Stewart, Eric, 1996, Merging Mathematics and English: One Approach to Bridging the Disciplines
    13. Career Connection to Teaching with Technology (CCTT) Project, 1999, Activity Collection
    14. Hoffman Bartels, Bobbye, 1995, Promoting Mathematical Connections with Concept Mapping
    15. Picciotto, Henri, 1996, Make These Designs
    16. DeTemple, Duane; Walker, Dean, 1996, Some Colorful Mathematics
    17. Kennedy, Joe; McDowell, Eric, 1998, Geoboard Quadrilaterals
    18. Edwards, Thomas, 1995, Students as Researchers: An Inclined-Plane Activity
    19. Miller, Louis, 1995, My Way and the Highway
    20. Lufkin, Dan, 1996, The Incredible Three-by-Five Card!
    21. Appelbaum, Elizabeth Berman, 1997, Telephones and Algebra
    22. Kim, Hy, 1997, Angled Sunshine, Seasons, and Solar Energy
    23. Pacyga, Robert, 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry
    24. Gonzales, Nancy; Fernandez,Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation

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    Algebra

    1. Contino, Michael A., 1995, Linear Functions with Two Points of Intersection?
    2. Horak, Virginia M.; Horak, Willis J., 1981, Geometric Proofs of Algebraic Identities
    3. Steen, Lynn Arthur, 1992, Does Everybody Need to Study Algebra?
    4. Borlaug, Victoria A., 1993, From Algebra to Calculus: A Tonka Toy Truck Does the Trick
    5. Borlaug, Voctoria, 1993, From Algebra to Calculus: a Tonka toy Tronk Does the Trick
    6. Friedlander, Alex, 1998, An EXCELlent Bridge to Algebra
    7. Lapp, Douglas, 1999, Multiple Representations for Pattern Exploration with the Graphing Calculator and Manipulatives
    8. Laing, David R.; White, Arthur T., 1991, Exhibiting Connections between Algebra and Geometry
    9. Pelech, James; Parker, Jacquelyn, 1996, The Graphing Calculator and Division of Fractions
    10. Picciotto, Henri, 1996, Make These Designs
    11. Crossfield, Don, 1997, (Naturally) Numbers Are fun
    12. Hirschhorn, Daniel B., Thompson, Denisse R., Usiskin, Zalman, Senk, Sharon L., 1995, Rethinking the First Two Years of High School Mathematics with the UCSMP
    13. Appelbaum, Elizabeth Berman, 1997, Telephones and Algebra
    14. Stacey, Kaye; MacGregor, Mollie, 1997, Ideas About Symbolism that Students Bring to Algebra

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    Arithmetic

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    Assessment

    1. Cooney, Thomas J.; Bell, Karen; Fisher-Cauble, Diane; Sanchez, Wendy R., 1996, The Demands of Alternative Assessment: What Teachers Say
    2. Mayer, Jennifer; Hillman, Susan, 1996, Assessing Students' Thinking through Writing
    3. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics: Learning with Open-ended Questions
    4. Burk, Jill; Littleton, Pam, 1995, Reflective Journals: Enhancing Mathematics Staff Development
    5. Cooney, Thomas J.; Bell, Karen; Fisher-Cauble, Diane; Sanchez, Wendy R., 1996, The Demands of Alternative Assessment: What Teachers Say
    6. Mayer, Jennifer; Hillman, Susan, 1996, Assessing Students' Thinking through Writing
    7. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics: Learning with Open-ended Questions
    8. Burk, Jill; Littleton, Pam, 1995, Reflective Journals: Enhancing Mathematics Staff Development
    9. Silver, Jennifer Williams, 1999, A Survey on the Use of Writing-to-Learn in Mathematics
    10. Kirschenman, 1998, Measuring Students Success
    11. Brudnak, Karen A., 1998, Keeping Current : Helping you stay up-to-date on trends in teaching
    12. Odafe, Victor U., 1998, Students Generating Test Items: A Teaching and Assessment Strategy
    13. Silver, Jennifer Williams, 1999, A Survey on the Use of Writing-to-Learn in Mathematics Classes
    14. Chapman, Kathleen L., 1996, Journals: Pathways to Thinking in Second-Year Algebra
    15. Esty, Warren W. and Anne R. Teppo, 1992, Grade Assignment Based on Progressive Improvement
    16. Manon, John Rahn, 1995, The Mathematics Test: A New Role for an Old Friend
    17. Schloemer, Cathy, 1997, Some Practical Possibilities for Alternative Assessment
    18. Driscoll, Mark, 1995, "The Farther Out You Go...": Assessment in the Classroom
    19. Schloemer, Cathy G., 1994, An Assessment Example
    20. Esty, Warren W., Teppo, Anne R., 1992, Grade Assessment Based on Progressive Improvement
    21. Garet, Michael S.; Mills, Virginia L., 1995, Changes in Teaching Practices: The Effects of the Curriculum and Evaluation Standards
    22. Mayer, Jennifer; Hillman, Susan, 1996, Assessing Students' Thinking Through Writing
    23. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics Learning with Open-Ended Questions
    24. Schloemer, Cathy G., 1993, Aligning assessment with the NCTM's curriculum standards

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    Calculus

    1. Borlaug, Voctoria, 1993, From Algebra to Calculus: a Tonka toy Tronk Does the Trick

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    Communication

    1. Brudnak, Karen A., 1998, Keeping Current : Helping you stay up-to-date on trends in teaching
    2. Jennings, Edward, 1999, Quote the Student, Evermore
    3. Leitkin, Roza; Zaslavsky, Orit, 1999, Cooperative Learning in Mathematics
    4. Mayer, Jennifer; Hillman, Susan, 1996, Assessing Students' Thinking Through Writing
    5. Draper, Roni Jo., 1997, Jigsaw: because reading your math book shouldn't be a puzzle
    6. Elliott, Wanda Leigh, 1996, Writing: A Necessary Tool for Learning
    7. Gonzales, Nancy; Fernandez,Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation
    8. Stacey, Kaye; MacGregor, Mollie, 1997, Ideas About Symbolism that Students Bring to Algebra

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    Connections

    1. Leikin, Roza; Zaslavsky, Orit, 1999, Cooperative Learning in MAthematics
    2. Groden, Claire; Pattison-Groden, Laurie, 1995, Making Connections Using Embedded Software
    3. Myerscough, Dan; Plager, Don; McCarthy, Lynn; Hopper, Hallie; Fegers,Vickie, 1996, Cryptography: Cracking Codes
    4. Reif,Daniel, 1996, Archicture in Mathematics
    5. Battista, Michael, Vol. 86, No.4, 1993, Mathematics in Baseball
    6. Bartels, Bobbye, 1995, Promoting Mathematical Connections with Concept Mapping
    7. Wood, Dorothy (ed.), 1998, Filling Gates' Shoes
    8. Rothenberg, Barbara Skolnick, 1996, The measure of music.
    9. Laing, David R.; White, Arthur T., 1991, Exhibiting Connections between Algebra and Geometry
    10. Hansbarger, J. Clark; Stewart, Eric, 1996, Merging Mathematics and English: One Approach to Bridging the Disciplines
    11. Hoffman Bartels, Bobbye, 1995, Promoting Mathematical Connections with Concept Mapping
    12. Hadley, William S., 1996, Experiments from Psychology and Neurology
    13. Nakhshin, V., 1990, Equations Think For You
    14. Miller, Louis, 1995, My Way and the Highway
    15. Kim, Hy, 1997, Angled Sunshine, Seasons, and Solar Energy
    16. Pacyga, Robert, 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry

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    Curriculum

    1. Steen, Lynn Arthur, 1992, Does Everybody Need to Study Algebra?
    2. Gordon, Rick, 1998, A cirriculum for Authentic Learning
    3. Reys, Robert; Reys, Barbara; Barnes, David; Beem, John; Papick, Ira, 1998, What is standing in the way of Middle School Mathematics Cirriculum Reform?
    4. Reif,Daniel, 1996, Archicture in Mathematics
    5. Moffat, Anne Simon., 1994, Coping with the underprepared undergraduate.
    6. Core-Plus Mathematics Project, , Student Achievement Reports
    7. Rothenberg, Barbara Skolnick, 1996, The measure of music.
    8. Ruenzel, David, 1996, Brainstorming
    9. NCSM Position Statement, 1998, Focusing the Dialogue: Suggestions for Engaging in Productive Discourse on the Future of School Mathematics
    10. Watson, Jane M., 1995, Conditional Probability: Its Place in the Mathematics Curriculum
    11. Bedford, Crayton, 1998, The Case for Chaos
    12. District 621, 1998, An Important Decision
    13. Kim Mackey; Marcia Weinhold., 1998, A Core Plus Student; Core-Plus Mathematics: Adding Balance
    14. Rusty Hoover, 1998, Professor won't give up controversial data on Core-Plus program in
    15. Nicole Bondi, 1998, Parents wary of new program for teaching math
    16. John Welsh and Linda Owen, 1998, Newest new math doesn't add up for some
    17. John Welsh, 1999, Mounds View tinkers with new math program
    18. Al Cuoco, 1995, Some Worries about Mathematics Education
    19. Gregory F. Bachelis, 1998, Building Bridges in Mathematics Between High Schools and Colleges:
    20. Western Michigan University, Viewed 3/18/99, Core-Plus Mathematics Project
    21. Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP), Viewed 3/18/99, Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP); Description
    22. Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, 1999, Core Plus Mathematics Project/ Contemporary Mathematics in Context (9-12)
    23. Linda Jensen Sheffield, 1998, Tracks to Success
    24. Mumme, Judith; Weissglass, Julian, 1989, The Role of the Teacher in Implementing the Standards
    25. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics Learning with Open-Ended Questions
    26. Hirschhorn, Daniel B., Thompson, Denisse R., Usiskin, Zalman, Senk, Sharon L., 1995, Rethinking the First Two Years of High School Mathematics with the UCSMP

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    Discrete

    1. DeTemple, Duane; Walker, Dean, 1996, Some Colorful Mathematics

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    Diversity

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    Equity

    1. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math-Abused Students: Are we Prepared to Teach Them?
    2. Kelley, Loretta, 1996, Why Were so Few Mathematicians Female?

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    Functions

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    Games

    1. Gernes, Don, 1999, The Rules of the Game

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    Geometry

    1. Horak, Virginia M.; Horak, Willis J., 1981, Geometric Proofs of Algebraic Identities
    2. Norem Powell, Nancy; Anderson, Mark; Winterroth, Stanley, 1994, Reflections on Miniture Golf
    3. Perham, Arnold; Perham, Bernadette; Perham, Faustine, 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
    4. Perham, Arnold; Perham, Bernadette; Perham, Faustine, 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
    5. Joyce, David, 1997, Wallpaper Groups
    6. Hardaker, Chris, 1998, Native American Geometry
    7. Simmt, Elaine, Davis, Brent, 1998, A Space for Exploration in Geometry and Discrete Mathematics
    8. Shilgalis, Thomas W., 1998, Finding Buried Treasures -- An Application of the Geometer's Sketchpad
    9. Gernes, Don, 1999, The Rules of the Game
    10. Lanius, Cynthia, 1996-1999, Mathematics of Cartography
    11. Lapp, Douglas, 1999, Multiple Representations for Pattern Exploration with the Graphing Calculator and Manipulatives
    12. Laing, David R.; White, Arthur T., 1991, Exhibiting Connections between Algebra and Geometry
    13. Woodward, Ernest; Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Geometric Constructions and Investigations with a Mira
    14. Kremer, Ron, 1989, Exploring with Squares and Cubes
    15. Chazan, Daniel, 1990, Students' Microcomputer-Aided Exploration in Geometry
    16. Kennedy, Joe; McDowell, Eric, 1998, Geoboard Quadrilaterals
    17. Hirschhorn, Daniel B., Thompson, Denisse R., Usiskin, Zalman, Senk, Sharon L., 1995, Rethinking the First Two Years of High School Mathematics with the UCSMP
    18. Pacyga, Robert, 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry
    19. Zbiek, Rose Mary, 1996, The Pentagon Problem: Geometric Reasoning with Technology
    20. Lufkin, Dan, 1996, The Incredible Three-by-Five Card!

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    Gifted

    1. Kelley, Loretta, 1996, Why Were so Few Mathematicians Female?

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    History

    1. Bezuszka, Stanley J.; Kenney, Margaret J., 1997, Even Perfect Numbers: (Update)^2
    2. Hardaker, Chris, 1998, Native American Geometry
    3. Jennings, Edward, 1999, Quote the Student, Evermore
    4. Kelley, Loretta, 1996, Why Were so Few Mathematicians Female?
    5. Katz, Victor J., 1998, History or Mythology?

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    Interdisciplinary Learning

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    Issues

    1. Cooney, Thomas J.; Bell, Karen; Fisher-Cauble, Diane; Sanchez, Wendy R., 1996, The Demands of Alternative Assessment: What Teachers Say
    2. Steele Diana F.; Arth, Alfred, A, 1998, Lowering Math Anxiety in the Math Cirriculum
    3. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math Abused Students: Are we prepared to teach them?
    4. Al Rogers, May 8, 1999, Think Quest: Thinking, Learning and Technology
    5. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math-Abused Students: Are we Prepared to Teach Them?
    6. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math-Abused Students: Are We Prepared to Teach Them
    7. Wu, Hung-Hsi, 1999, Professional Development of Mathmatics Teachers
    8. Schilling, Mark, 1998, Living in a World of Risk
    9. Meserve, Bruce E., 1989, Looking Ahead in Teacher Preparation: A Personal Perspective on NCTM-MAA Cooperation
    10. District 621, 1998, An Important Decision
    11. Kim Mackey; Marcia Weinhold., 1998, A Core Plus Student; Core-Plus Mathematics: Adding Balance
    12. Rusty Hoover, 1998, Professor won't give up controversial data on Core-Plus program in
    13. Nicole Bondi, 1998, Parents wary of new program for teaching math
    14. John Welsh and Linda Owen, 1998, Newest new math doesn't add up for some
    15. John Welsh, 1999, Mounds View tinkers with new math program
    16. Al Cuoco, 1995, Some Worries about Mathematics Education
    17. Mumme, Judith; Weissglass, Julian, 1989, The Role of the Teacher in Implementing the Standards

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    Management

    1. Chapin, Suzanne H.; Eastman, Kristen E., 1996, External and Internal Characteristics of Learning Environments
    2. Artzt, Alice F., 1994, Integrating Writing and Cooperative Learning in the Mathematics Class
    3. NCSM Position Statement, 1998, Focusing the Dialogue: Suggestions for Engaging in Productive Discourse on the Future of School Mathematics

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    Manipulatives

    1. Perham, Arnold; Perham, Bernadette; Perham, Faustine, 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
    2. Perham, Arnold; Perham, Bernadette; Perham, Faustine, 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
    3. Curcio, Frances R., Sicklick, Francine, and Turkel, Susan B. , 1987, Divide and Conquer: Unit Strips to the Rescue
    4. Woodward, Ernest; Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Geometric Constructions and Investigations with a Mira
    5. Edwards, Thomas, 1995, Students as Researchers: An Inclined-Plane Activity

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    Measurement

    1. Edwards, Thomas, 1995, Students as Researchers: An Inclined-Plane Activity

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    Number Theory

    1. Bezuszka, Stanley J.; Kenney, Margaret J., 1997, Even Perfect Numbers: (Update)^2
    2. Crossfield, Don, 1997, (Naturally) Numbers Are fun

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    Planning

    1. Plinske, K, 1998, Introduction to Problem Based Learning
    2. Meserve, Bruce E., 1989, Looking Ahead in Teacher Preparation: A Personal Perspective on NCTM-MAA Cooperation

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    Probability

    1. Watson, Jane M., 1995, Conditional Probability: Its Place in the Mathematics Curriculum
    2. Schilling, Mark, 1998, Living in a World of Risk

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    Problem Solving

    1. Gonzales, Nancy A.; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom through Creative Problem Generation
    2. Plinske, K, 1998, Introduction to Problem Based Learning
    3. Jones, Graham; Thronton, Carol; McGehe, Carol; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems-- Big Payoffs
    4. Showalter, Millard, 1994, Using Problems to Implement the NCTM's Professional Teaching Standards
    5. Hadley, William S., 1996, Experiments from Psychology and Neurology
    6. Nakhshin, V., 1990, Equations Think For You
    7. Gonzales, Nancy; Fernandez,Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation

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    Programs

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    Puzzles

    1. Kremer, Ron, 1989, Exploring with Squares and Cubes

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    Research

    1. Tice, Terrance N., 1998, Research Spotlight: Detracking Schools
    2. Galbraith, Peter, 1995, Mathematics as Reasoning

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    Standards

    1. Steen, Lynn Arthur, 1992, Does Everybody Need to Study Algebra?
    2. Reys, Robert; Reys, Barbara; Barnes, David; Beem, John; Papick, Ira, 1998, What is standing in the way of Middle School Mathematics Cirriculum Reform?
    3. Kirschenman, 1998, Measuring Students Success
    4. Alper, Lynne; Fendel, Dan; Fraser, Sherry; Resek, Diane, 1995, Implementing the Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics: Was it Worth it?
    5. Alper, Lynne; Fendel, Dan; Fraser, Sherry; Resek, Diane, 1995, Implementing the Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics: Was it Worth it?
    6. Reif,Daniel, 1996, Archicture in Mathematics
    7. Showalter, Millard, 1994, Using Problems to Implement the NCTM's Professional Teaching Standards
    8. Bartels, Bobbye, 1995, Promoting Mathematical Connections with Concept Mapping
    9. Silver, Jennifer Williams, 1999, A Survey on the Use of Writing-to-Learn in Mathematics Classes
    10. , , ENC Online
    11. Garet, Michael; Mills, Virginia, 1995, Changes in Teaching Practices: The Effects of the Curriculum and Evaluation Standards
    12. Ruenzel, David, 1996, Brainstorming
    13. Saul, Mark, 1997, Common Sense: The most Important Standard
    14. Driscoll, Mark, 1995, "The Farther Out You Go...": Assessment in the Classroom
    15. Galbraith, Peter, 1995, Mathematics as Reasoning
    16. Arvold, Bridget; Turner, Pamela; Cooney, Thomas, 1996, Analyzing Teaching and Learning: The Art of Listening
    17. Garet, Michael S.; Mills, Virginia L., 1995, Changes in Teaching Practices: The Effects of the Curriculum and Evaluation Standards
    18. Mumme, Judith; Weissglass, Julian, 1989, The Role of the Teacher in Implementi ng the Standards
    19. Frye, Shirley M., 1989, The NCTM Standards -- Challenges for All Classrooms
    20. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics Learning with Open-Ended Questions
    21. Showalter, Millard E., 1994, Using problems to implement the NCTM's professional teaching standards
    22. Schloemer, Cathy G., 1993, Aligning assessment with the NCTM's curriculum standards
    23. Frye, Shirley, 1989, The NCTM Standards-Challenges for all Classrooms

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    Statistics

    1. , 1997, Polls: What do the numbers tell us?
    2. Schloemer, Cathy, 1997, Some Practical Possibilities for Alternative Assessment

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    Teaching Strategies

    1. Gonzales, Nancy A.; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom through Creative Problem Generation
    2. Artzt, Alice F., 1994, Integrating Writing and Cooperative Learning in the Mathematics Class
    3. Hancock, C. Lynn, 1995, Enhancing Mathematics: Learning with Open-ended Questions
    4. Scoyners, James M., 1995, Proof and the Middle School Mathematics Student
    5. Silver, Jennifer Williams, 1999, A Survey on the Use of Writing-to-Learn in Mathematics
    6. Fisher, Florence E., 1989, Computational Skills, or Concepts What is important?
    7. Al Rogers, May 8, 1999, Think Quest: Thinking, Learning and Technology
    8. Borlaug, Voctoria, 1993, From Algebra to Calculus: a Tonka toy Tronk Does the Trick
    9. Jones, Graham; Thronton, Carol; McGehe, Carol; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems-- Big Payoffs
    10. , , http://www.clcrc.com/pages/cs.html
    11. Odafe, Victor U., 1998, Students Generating Test Items: A Teaching and Assessment Strategy
    12. Chapman, Kathleen L., 1996, Journals: Pathways to Thinking in Second-Year Algebra
    13. Toumasis, Charalampos, 1995, Concept Worksheet: An Important Tool for Learning
    14. Manon, John Rahn, 1995, The Mathematics Test: A New Role for an Old Friend
    15. , 1997-1999, www4teachers
    16. , , ENC Online
    17. Hansbarger, J. Clark; Stewart, Eric, 1996, Merging Mathematics and English: One Approach to Bridging the Disciplines
    18. Fiore, Greg, 1999, Math-Abused Students: Are We Prepared to Teach Them
    19. Everyday Learning Corporation, 2000, Connected Geometry
    20. Driscoll, Mark, 1995, "The Farther Out You Go...": Assessment in the Classroom
    21. Galbraith, Peter, 1995, Mathematics as Reasoning
    22. DeTemple, Duane; Walker, Dean, 1996, Some Colorful Mathematics
    23. Arvold, Bridget; Turner, Pamela; Cooney, Thomas, 1996, Analyzing Teaching and Learning: The Art of Listening
    24. Conrath, Patrice L., 1995, Mathematics Notebooks
    25. Brunner, Ann; Sheehan, Sharon, 1997, the Algebra Launching PAD
    26. Zucco, Cathleen, 1998, Evaluating Mathematics Videotapes for Use in the Classroom
    27. Mayer, Jennifer; Hillman, Susan, 1996, Assessing Students' Thinking Through Writing
    28. Lappan, Glenda., 1998, Teachers Examining Teaching
    29. Katz, Victor J., 1998, History or Mythology?
    30. Elliott, Wanda Leigh, 1996, Writing: A Necessary Tool for Learning
    31. Leonard, Bill, 1997, Proof: The Power of Persuasion
    32. Showalter, Millard E., 1994, Using problems to implement the NCTM's professional teaching standards

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    Technology

    1. Groden, Claire; Pattison-Groden, Laurie, 1995, Making Connections Using Embedded Software
    2. , 1999, JavaSketchpad DR3 Gallery
    3. Vonder Embse, Charles; Engenbretsen, Arne, 1996, A Mathematical Look at a Free Throw Using Technology
    4. Perham, Arnold; Perham, Bernadette; Perham, Faustine, 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
    5. Bethell, Sandra Callis, Miller, Nicolas B., 1998, From an E to An A in First-Year Algebra with the Help of a Graphing Calculator
    6. Shilgalis, Thomas W., 1998, Finding Buried Treasures -- An Application of the Geometer's Sketchpad
    7. Carl, Iris, 1993, Equal Opportunity: Technology Can be a Bridge to Mathematics Equity
    8. Lanius, Cynthia, 1996-1999, Mathematics of Cartography
    9. , 1997-1999, www4teachers
    10. Lapp, Douglas, 1999, Multiple Representations for Pattern Exploration with the Graphing Calculator and Manipulatives
    11. Pelech, James; Parker, Jacquelyn, 1996, The Graphing Calculator and Division of Fractions
    12. Everyday Learning Corporation, 2000, Connected Geometry
    13. Career Connection to Teaching with Technology (CCTT) Project, 1999, Activity Collection
    14. Picciotto, Henri, 1996, Make These Designs
    15. Middleton, Betty and Murray, Richard., 1999, The Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Academic Achievement in Reading and Mathematics
    16. Horak, Virginia M., 1994, Investigating Absolute-Value Equations with the Graphing Calculator
    17. Brunner, Ann; Sheehan, Sharon, 1997, the Algebra Launching PAD
    18. Chazan, Daniel, 1990, Students' Microcomputer-Aided Exploration in Geometry
    19. Zucco, Cathleen, 1998, Evaluating Mathematics Videotapes for Use in the Classroom
    20. Zbiek, Rose Mary, 1996, The Pentagon Problem: Geometric Reasoning with Technology

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    Tests

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    Trigonometry

    1. Kim, Hy, 1997, Angled Sunshine, Seasons, and Solar Energy

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