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Battista, M. T. (1999). Fifth graders’ enumeration of cubes in 3D arrays: Conceptual progress in an inquiry-based classroom. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 30, 417-448.

Battista, M. T. (2003). Understanding students’ thinking about area and volume measurement. In D. H. Clements & G. Bright (Eds.), Learning and teaching measurement (pp. 122-142). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Ferrer, B., Hunter, B., Irwin, K., Sheldon, M., Thompson, C., & Vistro-Yu, C. (2001). By the unit or square unit. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 7, 132-137.

Flores, A., & Regis, T. P. (2003). How many times does a radius square fit into a circle? Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 8(7), 363-367.

Friederwitzer, F. J., & Berman, B. (1999). The language of time. Teaching Children Mathematics, 6, 254-259.

Martin, G., & Strutchens, M. E. (2000). Geometry and measurement. In E. A. Silver & P. A. Kenney (Eds.), Results from the seventh mathematics assessment of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (pp. 193-234). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

McClain, K., Cobb, P., Gravemeijer, K., & Estes, B. (1999). Developing mathematical reasoning within the context of measurement. In L. V. Stiff (Ed.), Developing mathematical reasoning in grades K-12 (pp. 93-106). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Preston, R., & Thompson, T. (2004). Integrating measurement across the curriculum. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 9(8), 436-441.

Rectanus, C. (1997). Math by all means: Area and perimeter, grades 5-6. Sausalito, CA: Math Solutions Publications.

Reynolds, A., & Wheatley, G. H. (1997). Third-grade students engage in a playground measuring activity. Teaching Children Mathematics, 4, 166-170.

Rhone, L. (1995). Measurement in a primary-grade integrated curriculum. In P. A. House (Ed.), Connecting mathematics across the curriculum (pp. 124-133). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Richardson, K. (1997). Too easy for kindergarten and just right for first grade. Teaching Children Mathematics, 3, 432-437.

Rubenstein, R. N., Lappan, G., Phillips, E., & Fitzgerald, W. (1993). Angle sense: A valuable connector. Arithmetic Teacher, 40, 352-358.

Sherard, H. (2000). How big is Bill Gates’s fortune? Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 6, 250-252.

Stephan, M., Cobb, P., Gravemeijer, K., & Estes, B. (2001). The role of tools in supporting children’s development of measuring conceptions. In A. A. Cuoco (Ed.), The roles of representation in school mathematics (pp. 63-76). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Strutchens, M. E., Harris, K. A., & Martin, W. G. (2001). Assessing geometric and measurement understanding using manipulatives. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 6, 402-405.

Szetela, W., & Owens, D. T. (1986). Finding the area of a circle: Use a cake pan and leave out the pi. Arithmetic Teacher, 33(9), 12-18.

Wilson, P. S., & Rowland, R. E. (1993). Teaching measurement. In R. J. Jensen (Ed.), Research ideas for the classroom: Early childhood mathematics (pp. 171-194). Old Tappan, NJ: Macmillan.






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