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Mathematics

Journals searched/Library call numbers/Sponsoring organization:

  • Teaching Children Mathematics /QA 135. A6/National Council of Teachers of Mathematics [www.nctm.org]
  • The Mathematics Teacher/ QA 1. N 28 /National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School/QA 13. M 37 /National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Instructional Units

Hansbarger, J. C., & Stewart, E. L. (1996). Merging mathematics and English: One approach to bridging the disciplines. The Mathematics Teacher, 89 (4), 294- 297.

Little, C. (1999). Geometry projects linking mathematics, literacy, art, and technology. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 4 (5), 332-335. Reading Materials and Projects

Fennell F. (1982). The newspaper: A source for applications in mathematics. Arithmetic Teacher, 22-26

Fleron, J. F. (1998). Quotations for every classroom. The Mathematics Teacher, 91 (7), 549-553.

Kelley, L. (2000). A mathematical history tour. The Mathematics Teacher, 93 (1), 14-17.

Richardson, J. S. (1994). A read-aloud for mathematics classrooms. Journal of Reading, 38 (3), 244-245.

VanLeuvan, P. (1997). Young women experience mathematics at work in the health professions. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 3 (3), 198-206.

Vocabulary

Garbe, D. G. (1985). Mathematics vocabulary and the culturally different student. Arithmetic Teacher, 32 (2), 39-43.

Keiser, J. M. (2000). The role of definition. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 5 (8), 506-511.

Rubenstein, R. N. (2000). Word origins: Building communication connections. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 5 (8), 493-498.

Rubenstein, R. N., & Schwartz, R. K. (2000). Word histories: Melding mathematics and meanings. The Mathematics Teacher, 93 (8), 664-669.

Thompson, D. R., & Rubenstein, R. N. (2000). Learning mathematics vocabulary: Potential pitfalls and instructional strategies. The Mathematics Teacher, 93 (7), 568-574.

Writing

DiPillo, M. L., Sovich, R., & Moss, B. (1997). Exploring middle graders' mathematical thinking through journals. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 2 (5), 308-314.

Keller, R., & Davidson, D. (2001). The math poem: Incorporating mathematical terms in poetry. The Mathematics Teacher, 94 (5), 342-348.

LeGere, A. (1991). Collaboration and writing in the mathematics classroom. Mathematics Teacher, 84 (3), 166-171.

McIntosh, M. E., & Draper, R. J. (2001). Using learning logs in mathematics: Writing to learn. The Mathematics Teacher, 94 (7), 554-557.

Pugalee, D. K. (1997). Connect writing to the mathematics curriculum. The Mathematics Teacher, 90 (4), 308-310.

Silverman, F. L., Winograd, K., Strohauer, D. (1992). Student generated story problems. Arithmetic Teacher, 39 (8), 6-12.

Williams, N. B., & Wynne, B. D. (2000). Journal writing in the mathematics classroom: A beginner's approach. The Mathematics Teacher, 93 (2), 132-135.

Study

Artzt, A. F. (1994). Integrating writing and cooperative learning in the mathematics class. The Mathematics Teacher, 87 (2), 80-85.

Feigenbaum, R. (2000). Algebra for students with learning disabilities. The Mathematics Teacher, 93 (4), 270-274.

Maida, P. (1995). Reading and note-taking prior to instruction. The Mathematics Teacher, 88 (6), 470-473.

Inquiry

Kinneavy, K. (1996). The pond: Doing research together. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 1 (9), 696-702.



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