ERIC Number: ED443694
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Langbort, Carol, Ed.; Curtis, Deborah, Ed.
College of Education Review, v11 spec iss Spr 2000
The focus of this special issue is mathematics education. All articles were written by graduates of the new masters Degree program in which students earn a Master of Arts degree in Education with a concentration in Mathematics Education at San Francisco State University. Articles include: (1) "Developing Teacher-Leaders in a Masters Degree Program in Mathematics Education" (Carol Langbort); (2) "The Impact of a Mathematics Summer Camp Program on Girls' Spatial Visualization Skills and Career Aspirations in Mathematics and Engineering" (Lorraine L. Hayes and Deborah A. Curtis); (3) "The Effects of a Student-Generated Rubric on Third Graders' Math Portfolio Selection Criteria" (Thais Akilah Kagiso); (4) "Observation and Analysis of the Mathematical Problem Solving Behaviors of Six African American Fourth and Fifth Graders" (Norman S. Mattox IV); (5) "Teaching Students To Write about Solving Non-Routine Mathematical Problems" (Delia Levine and Ann Gordon); (6) "The Use of Rubrics by Middle School Students To Score Open-Ended Mathematics Problems" (Ford Long, Jr.); (7) "A Survey of Teacher Beliefs about Pre-Requisite Experiences for Student Success in Algebra" (Audrey Adams); (8) "Fifth Grade Teachers' Attitudes towards Implementing a New Mathematics Curriculum" (Lorene B. Holmes and Deborah A. Curtis); and (9) "Ethnicity as a Factor in Teachers' Perceptions of the Mathematical Competence of Elementary School Students" (Kathlan Latimer). (ASK)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Evaluation, Higher Education, Mathematics Curriculum, Mathematics Instruction, Middle Schools, Problem Solving, Teacher Attitudes
San Francisco State University, College of Education, 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: San Francisco State Univ., CA. School of Education.
Note: Published annually.