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Activities

  1. Samide, Andrew; Warfield, Amanda, 1996, A Mean Solution to an Old Circle Standard
  2. Kelley, Paul, 1999, Build a Sierpinski Pyramid
  3. Brodkey, Joseph, 1996, Starting a Euclid Club
  4. Hopley, Ronald B., May 1994, Nested Platonic Solids: A Class Project in Solid Geometry
  5. Showalter, Millard E., January 1994, Using Problems to Implement the NCTMís Professional Teaching Standards
  6. Williams, Nancy B.; Wynne, Brian D., 2000, Journal Writing in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  7. Gannon, Gerald E.; Martelli, Mario U., 2000, The Prisoner Problem -- A Generalization
  8. Woodward, Ernst and Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Polydron, Activities in Two- and Three- Dimensional Geometry
  9. Reinstein,D.; Sally,P.;Camp,D.R., 2000, Generating Fractals through Self-Replication
  10. Woodward, Ernst and Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Polydron, Activities in Two- and Three- Dimensional Geometry
  11. Reinstein,D.; Sally,P.;Camp,D.R., 2000, Generating Fractals through Self-Replication
  12. Lege, Steve, 1999, Why Not Three Dimensions?
  13. Naylor, Michael, 1999, The Amazing Octacube
  14. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  15. Morgan, Frank, Melnick, Edward R., and Nicholson Ramona, 1997, The Soap Bubbles Geometry Contest
  16. Smith, Lyle, 1999, Using Dragon Curves to Learn about Length and Area
  17. Kelley, Paul, 1999, Build a Sierpinski Pyramid
  18. Foshay, John D.; Wells, Wendy L., 1997, "Table Tennis Anyone?" Using Ping-Pong to Teach the Coordinate Plane
  19. Naylor, Michael, 1999, Exploring Fractals in the Classroom
  20. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the Van Hiele Model
  21. Smith, Lyle R., 1999, Using Dragon Curves To Learn About Length and Area
  22. Drost, John P., 1999, The Vortex Tessellation
  23. Eggleton, Patrick, 1999, Experiencing Radians
  24. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  25. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  26. Van Dyke, Frances , 1995, A Visual Approach to Deductive Reasoning
  27. Florence, Hope, 2000, Free Pizza? Slim Chance!
  28. Edwards, Thomas G., 1995, Students as Researchers: An Inclined -Plane Activity
  29. Dwyer, Marlene; Pfiefer, Richard, 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  30. Dwyer, Marlene C.; Pfeifer, Richard E., 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  31. Peterson, Blake E., 1997, A New Angle on Stars
  32. Peterson, Blake E., 2000, From Tessellations to Polyhedra:Big Polyhedra
  33. Gonzales, Nancy A.; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, May 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation
  34. Scher, Daniel P., 1996, Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights
  35. Casey, James, 1998, Perfect and Not so Perfect Rollers
  36. Gonzales, Nancy; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom through Creative Problem Generation
  37. Reinstein, David; Sally, Paul; Camp, Dane R. , 1997, Generating Fractals Through Self-Replication

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Algebra

  1. Edward, Thomas, March 2000, Pythagorean Triples Served for Dessert
  2. Manaster, Alfred B.; Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  3. Forringer, Richard S., 2000, (A + B + C)^3
  4. Frorringer, Richard S., 2000, (A+B+C)^3
  5. Forringer, Richard, 2000, (A + B + C)^3

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Arithmetic

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Assessment

  1. Williams, Nancy B. and Wynn, Bryan D., 2000, Sharing Teaching Ideas: Journaling in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  2. Williams, Nancy B. and Wynn, Bryan D., 2000, Sharing Teaching Ideas: Journaling in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  3. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  4. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  5. Gronseth, Phillip, 1999, Course Diary: A Valuable Information Source
  6. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach

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Calculus

  1. Artigue, Michele, 1999, The Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at the University Level
  2. Morriss, Patrick, 1998, Discovering a Geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  3. Dubinsky, Ed, 1995, Is Calculus Obsolete?

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Communication

  1. Williams, Nancy B.; Wynne, Brian D., 2000, Journal Writing in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  2. Doerr, Helen; Hecht, Caroline, 1995, Navigating the Web
  3. Dick,Thomas; Kubiak, Evelyn, 1997, Issues and Aids for Teaching Mathematics to the Blind

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Conjecturing

  1. Quinn, Anne Larson; Koca Jr., Robert M.; Weening, Frederick, 1999, Developing Mathematical Reasoning Using Attribute Games

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Connections

  1. Smith, John P. III, March 1999, Preparing Students For Modern Work: Lessons From Automobile Manufacturinf
  2. Williams, Nancy B. and Wynn, Bryan D., 2000, Sharing Teaching Ideas: Journaling in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  3. Kelley, Paul, 1999, Build a Sierpinski Pyramid
  4. Wenninger, Magnus J., 1966, Polyhedron Models for the Classroom
  5. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  6. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  7. Pacyga, Robert, January 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry
  8. Peterson, Blake E., 2000, From Tessellations to Polyhedra: Big Polhedra
  9. Perham,A.E.; Perham, B.A.; Perham,F.L., 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
  10. Foletta, Gina M.; Leep, David B., 2000, Isoperimetric Quadrilaterals: Mathematical Reasoning with Technology
  11. Little, Catherine, 1999, Geometry Projects Linking Mathematics, Literacy, Art, and Technology
  12. Lornell, Randi, Westerberg, Judy, 1999, Fractals in High School: Exploring a New Geometry
  13. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  14. Kane, Jill A., 1999, A Book of Creative Geometry
  15. Drost, John P., 1999, The Vortex Tessellation
  16. Morriss, Patrick, 1998, Discovering a Geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  17. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  18. Dodge, Walter; Goto, Kathleen; and Mallinson, Philip, 1998, "I Would Consider the Following to Be a Proof..." - www.nctm.org/mt/1998/11/soundoff.html
  19. McIntosh, Margaret E., October 1994, Word Roots in Geometry
  20. Dodge, Walter; Goto, Kathleen, 1998, "I would consider the following to be a proof . . . "
  21. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  22. Pagni, David L.; Shultz, Harris S., 1999, Extending a (TIMSS) Japanese Lesson Using Trigonometry
  23. Forringer, Richard, 2000, (A + B + C)^3
  24. Picciotto, Henri, 1996, Make The Designs
  25. Dubinsky, Ed, 1995, Is Calculus Obsolete?
  26. Kahan, Jeremy, 1999, Ten Lessons from the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem

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Curriculum

  1. Kane, Jill A., 1999, A Book of Creative Geometry
  2. Alper, Lynne; Fendel, Dan; Fraser, Sherry; Resek, Diane, 1995, Is This a Mathematics Class?
  3. Gregg, Jeff, 1996, The Perils of Conditional Statements and the Notion of Logical Equivalences

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Discrete

  1. Iovinelli, Robert C., February 2000, Chaotic Behavior int eh Classroom

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Diversity

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Equity

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Functions

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Games

  1. Woodward, Ernst and Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Polydron, Activities in Two- and Three- Dimensional Geometry
  2. Foshay, John D.; Wells, Wendy L., 1997, "Table Tennis Anyone?" Using Ping-Pong to Teach the Coordinate Plane
  3. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  4. Quinn, Anne Larson; Koca Jr., Robert M.; Weening, Frederick, 1999, Developing Mathematical Reasoning Using Attribute Games

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Geometry

  1. Smith, John P. III, March 1999, Preparing Students For Modern Work: Lessons From Automobile Manufacturinf
  2. Nissen, Phillip, April 2000, A Geometry Solution from Multiple Perspectives
  3. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, ,
  4. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, Frank, 1996, Morgan's Theorem
  5. Samide, Andrew; Warfield, Amanda, 1996, A Mean Solution to an Old Circle Standard
  6. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  7. Kelley, Paul, 1999, Build a Sierpinski Pyramid
  8. Wenninger, Magnus J., 1966, Polyhedron Models for the Classroom
  9. Quinn, Anne, 1997, Using Dynamic Geometry Software to Teach Graph Theory: Isomorphic, Bipartite, and Planar Graphs
  10. Gardner, Martin, 1981, Mathematical Games
  11. Johnson, Donavan A., 1957, Paper Folding For the Mathematics Class
  12. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  13. Brodkey, Joseph, 1996, Starting a Euclid Club
  14. Jones, Graham A., Thronton, Carol A., McGehe, Carol A, Colba, David, November/December 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  15. Brown, Alan, 1999, Geometryís Giant Leap
  16. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometerís Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  17. Ryden, Robert, 1999, Astronomical Math
  18. Hopley, Ronald B., May 1994, Nested Platonic Solids: A Class Project in Solid Geometry
  19. Pacyga, Robert, January 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry
  20. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  21. Peterson, Blake E., 2000, From Tessellations to Polyhedra: Big Polhedra
  22. Scher, Daniel P., 1996, Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights
  23. Woodward, Ernst and Hamel, Thomas, 1992, Polydron, Activities in Two- and Three- Dimensional Geometry
  24. Lege, Steve, 1999, Why Not Three Dimensions?
  25. Chappell, Michaele; Thompson, Denisse, Sept. 1999, Perimeter or Area? Which is it?
  26. Edward, Thomas, March 2000, Pythagorean Triples Served for Dessert
  27. Morgan, Frank, Melnick, Edward R., and Nicholson Ramona, 1997, The Soap Bubbles Geometry Contest
  28. Purdy, David C. , 2000, Using The Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  29. Foletta, Gina M.; Leep, David B., 2000, Isoperimetric Quadrilaterals: Mathematical Reasoning with Technology
  30. Little, Catherine, 1999, Geometry Projects Linking Mathematics, Literacy, Art, and Technology
  31. Smith, Lyle, 1999, Using Dragon Curves to Learn about Length and Area
  32. Reinstein, David; Sally, Paul; Camp, Dane, January 1997, Generating Fractals through Self-Replication
  33. Foshay, John D.; Wells, Wendy L., 1997, "Table Tennis Anyone?" Using Ping-Pong to Teach the Coordinate Plane
  34. Lornell, Randi, Westerberg, Judy, 1999, Fractals in High School: Exploring a New Geometry
  35. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the Van Hiele Model
  36. Smith, Lyle R., 1999, Using Dragon Curves To Learn About Length and Area
  37. Manaster, Alfred B.; Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  38. Kane, Jill A., 1999, A Book of Creative Geometry
  39. Drost, John P., 1999, The Vortex Tessellation
  40. Barnes, Sue, 1996, Perimeters, Patterns, and Pi
  41. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  42. Forringer, Richard S., 2000, (A + B + C)^3
  43. Bedford, Crayton W., 1998, The Case for Chaos
  44. Morriss, Patrick, 1998, Discovering a Geometric Volume Relationship in Calculus
  45. Kennedy, Joe; McDowell, Eric, 1998, Geoboard Quadrilaterals
  46. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  47. Van Dyke, Frances , 1995, A Visual Approach to Deductive Reasoning
  48. Florence, Hope, 2000, Free Pizza? Slim Chance!
  49. Lornell, Randi and Westerberg, Judy, 1999, Fractals in High School: Exploring a New Geometry
  50. McIntosh, Margaret E., October 1994, Word Roots in Geometry
  51. Frorringer, Richard S., 2000, (A+B+C)^3
  52. Greive, Cedric;, 1999, The sum of i-squared and the Volume of a Cone
  53. Dodge, Walter; Goto, Kathleen, 1998, "I would consider the following to be a proof . . . "
  54. Pagni, David L.; Shultz, Harris S., 1999, Extending a (TIMSS) Japanese Lesson Using Trigonometry
  55. Finzer, W.F.; Bennett, D.S., 1995, From Drawing to Construction with the Geometer's Sketchpad
  56. Alan R Brown, 1999, "Geometry's Giant Leap"
  57. Dwyer, Marlene C., Pfiefer, Richard E., 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer' Sketchpad
  58. Forringer, Richard, 2000, (A + B + C)^3
  59. Dwyer, Marlene; Pfiefer, Richard, 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  60. Dwyer, Marlene C.; Pfeifer, Richard E., 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  61. Taylor, Lydotta; King, Joann, 1997, A Popcorn Project for All Students
  62. Manaster, Alfred B., Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  63. Brown, Alan R., 1999, Geometry's Giant Leap
  64. Perham, Arnold E.; Perham, Bernadette H.; Perham, Faustine L., 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
  65. Litchfield, Dan; Goldenheim, Dave; Dietrich, Charles H., 1997, Euclid, Fibbonaci, Sketchpad
  66. Panasuk, Regina M.; Greenleaf, Yvonne, 1998, Using ROOTine Problems for Group Work in Geometry
  67. Peterson, Blake E., 1997, A New Angle on Stars
  68. Scher, Daniel, 1996, Folded Paper, Dynamic Geometry, and Proof: A Three-Tier Approach to the Conics
  69. Gregg, Jeff, 1996, The Perils of Conditional Statements and the Notion of Logical Equivalences
  70. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, Frank D., 1996, Morgan's Theorem
  71. Izen, Stanley P., 1998, Proof in Modern Geometry
  72. Peterson, Blake E., 2000, From Tessellations to Polyhedra:Big Polyhedra
  73. McGivney, Jean M.; DeFranco, Thomas C., October 1995, Geometry Proof Writing: A Problem-Solving Approach a la Polya
  74. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  75. Scher, Daniel P., 1996, Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights
  76. Mark Fidler, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  77. Casey, James, 1998, Perfect and Not so Perfect Rollers
  78. Manaster, Alfred B.;Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  79. Libow, Herb, 1997, Explorations in Geometry: The "art" of Mathematics
  80. Izen, Stanley, 1998, Proofs in Modern Geometry
  81. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the van Hiele Model
  82. Brandell, Joseph L., 1994, Helping Students Write Paragraph Proofs in Geometry
  83. Manaster, Alfred B.; Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  84. Cuoco, Albert A., October 1995, Visualizing the Behavior of Functions
  85. Reinstein, David; Sally, Paul; Camp, Dane R. , 1997, Generating Fractals Through Self-Replication

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Gifted

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History

  1. Gardner, Martin, 1981, Mathematical Games
  2. Wilkens, Jesse, 2000, Why Is the Year 2000 a Leap Year?

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Inquiry

  1. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  2. Miller, Catherine M., 2000, Student-Researched Problem-Solving Strategies
  3. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the van Hiele Model

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Interdisciplinary Learning

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Issues

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Management

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Manipulatives

  1. Johnson, Donavan A., 1957, Paper Folding For the Mathematics Class
  2. Hopley, Ronald B., May 1994, Nested Platonic Solids: A Class Project in Solid Geometry
  3. Naylor, Michael, 1999, The Amazing Octacube
  4. Smith, Lyle, 1999, Using Dragon Curves to Learn about Length and Area
  5. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the Van Hiele Model
  6. Eggleton, Patrick, 1999, Experiencing Radians
  7. Forringer, Richard S., 2000, (A + B + C)^3
  8. Kennedy, Joe; McDowell, Eric, 1998, Geoboard Quadrilaterals
  9. Perham, Arnold E.; Perham, Bernadette H.; Perham, Faustine L., 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
  10. Peterson, Blake E., 2000, From Tessellations to Polyhedra:Big Polyhedra Activity

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Measurement

  1. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles Activity

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Number Theory

  1. Leonard, Bill, 1997, Proof: The Power of Persuasion

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Planning

  1. Peterson, Blake E., 1997, A New Angle on Stars
  2. Manaster, Alfred B.;Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  3. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach

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Probability

  1. Florence, Hope, 2000, Free Pizza? Slim Chance!

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Problem Solving

  1. Nissen, Phillip, 2000, A Geometry Solution From Multiple Perspectives
  2. Nissen, Phillip, April 2000, A Geometry Solution from Multiple Perspectives
  3. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  4. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  5. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  6. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  7. Jones, Graham A., Thronton, Carol A., McGehe, Carol A, Colba, David, November/December 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  8. Purdy,D.C., 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  9. Gannon,G.E.; Martelli,M.U., 2000, The Prisoner Problem-A Generalization
  10. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  11. Edward, Thomas, March 2000, Pythagorean Triples Served for Dessert
  12. Manaster, Alfred B.; Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  13. Miller, Catherine M., 2000, Student-Researched Problem-Solving Strategies
  14. Taylor, Lydotta; King, Joann, 1997, A Popcorn Project for All Students
  15. Manaster, Alfred B., Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  16. Jones, Graham A,; Thornton, Carol A.; McGehe, Carol A.; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  17. Jones, Graham A,; Thornton, Carol A.; McGehe, Carol A.; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  18. Panasuk, Regina M.; Greenleaf, Yvonne, 1998, Using ROOTine Problems for Group Work in Geometry
  19. McGehee, Jean J., 1998, Interactive Technology and Classic Geometry Problems
  20. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, Frank D., 1996, Morgan's Theorem
  21. Wilkens, Jesse, 2000, Why Is the Year 2000 a Leap Year?
  22. Gonzales, Nancy A.; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, May 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation
  23. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs:A Cooperative Approach
  24. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  25. Mark Fidler, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  26. Casey, James, 1998, Perfect and Not so Perfect Rollers
  27. Wilkens, Jesse, 2000, Why Is the Year 2000 a Leap Year?
  28. Manaster, Alfred B.;Schlesinger, Beth M., 1999, Geometry Problems Promoting Reasoning and Understanding
  29. Quinn, Anne Larson; Koca Jr., Robert M.; Weening, Frederick, 1999, Developing Mathematical Reasoning Using Attribute Games
  30. Gonzales, Nancy; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom through Creative Problem Generation
  31. Kahan, Jeremy, 1999, Ten Lessons from the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem

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Programs

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Proof

  1. Nissen, Phillip, 2000, A Geometry Solution From Multiple Perspectives
  2. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  3. Epp, Susanna, 1998, A Unified Framework for Proof and Disproof
  4. Dodge, Walter; Goto, Kathleen; and Mallinson, Philip, 1998, "I Would Consider the Following to Be a Proof..." - www.nctm.org/mt/1998/11/soundoff.html
  5. Driscoll, Mark, 1982, The Path to Proof
  6. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  7. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A cooperative approach
  8. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach

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Puzzles

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Research

  1. Artigue, Michele, 1999, The Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at the University Level
  2. Williams, Nancy B.; Wynne, Brian D., 2000, Journal Writing in the Mathematics Classroom: A Beginner's Approach
  3. Foletta, Gina M.; Leep, David B., 2000, Isoperimetric Quadrilaterals: Mathematical Reasoning with Technology
  4. Miller, Catherine M., 2000, Student-Researched Problem-Solving Strategies
  5. Galbraith, Peter, 1995, Mathematics as Reasoning
  6. Malloy, Carol E., 1999, Perimeter and Area Through the van Hiele Model

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Reasoning

  1. Gannon, Gerald E.; Martelli, Mario U., 2000, The Prisoner Problem -- A Generalization
  2. Perham,A.E.; Perham, B.A.; Perham,F.L., 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning

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Standards

  1. Pacyga, Robert, January 1994, Making Connections by Using Molecular Models in Geometry
  2. Showalter, Millard E., January 1994, Using Problems to Implement the NCTMís Professional Teaching Standards
  3. Taylor, Lydotta; King, Joann, 1997, A Popcorn Project for All Students
  4. Galbraith, Peter, 1995, Mathematics as Reasoning
  5. Usiskin, Zalman, 1999, Educating the Public about School Mathematics

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Statistics

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Teaching Strategies

  1. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  2. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  3. Artigue, Michele, 1999, The Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at the University Level
  4. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  5. Kroll, Diana; Masingila, Joanne; Mau, Sue, 1992, Grading Cooperative Problem Solving
  6. Brodkey, Joseph, 1996, Starting a Euclid Club
  7. Gannon, Gerald E.; Martelli, Mario U., 2000, The Prisoner Problem -- A Generalization
  8. Chappell, Michaele; Thompson, Denisse, Sept. 1999, Perimeter or Area? Which is it?
  9. Gronseth, Phillip, 1999, Course Diary: A Valuable Information Source
  10. Johnson, Carl, 2000, Human Coordinates and Floor Tiles
  11. Litchfield, Dan; Goldenheim, Dave; Dietrich, Charles H., 1997, Euclid, Fibbonaci, Sketchpad
  12. Panasuk, Regina M.; Greenleaf, Yvonne, 1998, Using ROOTine Problems for Group Work in Geometry
  13. A.J., Warfield, A.M., 1996, A Mean Solution to an Old Circle Standard
  14. Leonard, Bill, 1997, Proof: The Power of Persuasion
  15. Gonzales, Nancy A.; Fernandez, Albert; Knecht, Corine, May 1996, Active Participation in the Classroom Through Creative Problem Generation
  16. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs:A Cooperative Approach
  17. Mark Fidler, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  18. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A Cooperative Approach
  19. Kahan, Jeremy, 1999, Ten Lessons from the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem
  20. Fidler, Mark, 1999, Chipping Away at Proofs: A cooperative approach

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Technology

  1. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, ,
  2. Watanabe, Tad; Hanson, Robert; Nowosielski, Frank, 1996, Morgan's Theorem
  3. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  4. Purdy, David, 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  5. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  6. Iovinelli, Robert C., February 2000, Chaotic Behavior int eh Classroom
  7. Foletta, Gina M.; Leep, David B., 2000, Isoperimetric Quadrilaterals: Mathematical Reasoning with Technology
  8. Scher, Daniel P., 1996, Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights
  9. Reinstein,D.; Sally,P.;Camp,D.R., 2000, Generating Fractals through Self-Replication
  10. Purdy,D.C., 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  11. Purdy, David C., 2000, Using the Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  12. Purdy, David C. , 2000, Using The Geometer's Sketchpad to Visualize Maximum-Volume Problems
  13. Reinstein, David; Sally, Paul; Camp, Dane, January 1997, Generating Fractals through Self-Replication
  14. Quinn, Anne, 1997, Using Dynamic Geometry Software to Teach Graph Theory
  15. Iovinelli, Robert, 1999, Discovering Optimum Networks in Triangles
  16. Dion, Gloria A., 1995, Fibonacci Meets the TI-82
  17. Jones, Graham A,; Thornton, Carol A.; McGehe, Carol A.; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  18. Alan R Brown, 1999, "Geometry's Giant Leap"
  19. Picciotto, Henri, May 1996, Make These Designs
  20. Dwyer, Marlene C., Pfiefer, Richard E., 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer' Sketchpad
  21. Picciotto, Henri, 1996, Make The Designs
  22. Dwyer, Marlene; Pfiefer, Richard, 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  23. Dwyer, Marlene C.; Pfeifer, Richard E., 1999, Exploring Hyperbolic Geometry with The Geometer's Sketchpad
  24. Finzer, W.F.; Bennett, D.S., 1995, From Drawing to Construction with the Geometer's Sketchpad
  25. Eds: Cuoco, Albert; Goldenberg, E. Paul; Mark, June; et al, October 1994, Technology Tips: A Potpouri
  26. Brown, Alan R., 1999, Geometry's Giant Leap
  27. Dubinsky, Ed, 1995, Is Calculus Obsolete?
  28. Jones, Graham A,; Thornton, Carol A.; McGehe, Carol A.; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  29. Jones, Graham A,; Thornton, Carol A.; McGehe, Carol A.; Colba, David, 1995, Rich Problems - Big Payoffs
  30. Perham, Arnold E.; Perham, Bernadette H.; Perham, Faustine L., 1997, Creating a Learning Environment for Geometric Reasoning
  31. Litchfield, Dan; Goldenheim, Dave; Dietrich, Charles H., 1997, Euclid, Fibbonaci, Sketchpad
  32. Dick,Thomas; Kubiak, Evelyn, 1997, Issues and Aids for Teaching Mathematics to the Blind
  33. McGehee, Jean J., 1998, Interactive Technology and Classic Geometry Problems
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  1. Pagni, David L.; Shultz, Harris S., 1999, Extending a (TIMSS) Japanese Lesson Using Trigonometry

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