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Gillette, Jane – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Students often have the misconception that mathematics involves reading the problem, staring at the page, and then writing down an answer. With more than twenty years of experience working with students in eighth-grade math through college calculus, the author has been increasingly interested in how she can foster problem-solving skills in her…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Skills, Problem Solving
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Mooney, Eileen B. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Top-down implementation of technology is one of the most pervasive phenomena of the last couple of decades in educational history. It is the subject of many books, articles, and blog posts on how to fix schools or why educational technology is not working in the classroom. The idea of providing teachers with technology so they can make students…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction
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Hubacz, Meghan – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
During the author's eighteen-year tenure as a high school mathematics teacher, there has been one question that she has yet to answer: "Why don't students do homework?" On the basis of research, many factors may lead to a student leaving homework undone. A student may lack the drive to complete work out of school. Or a student may choose…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Mathematics Instruction, Homework, Student Motivation
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Lischka, Alyson E.; Gerstenschlager, Natasha E.; Stephens, D. Christopher; Strayer, Jeremy F.; Barlow, Angela T. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Mistakes can be a source of frustration for teachers and students in mathematics classrooms because they reveal potential misunderstandings or a lack of learning. However, increasing evidence shows that making mistakes creates productive pathways for learning new ideas and building new concepts (Boaler 2016; Borasi 1996). Learning through…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Error Patterns, Teaching Methods, Homework
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Clinch, Adam – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
One of the foundational topics in first-year algebra concerns the concept of factoring. This article discusses an alternative strategy for factoring quadratics of the form ax[superscript 2] + bx + c, known as "factoring for roots." This strategy enables students to extend the knowledge they used when the leading coefficient was 1 and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Algebra, Teaching Methods, Problem Solving
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Cloft, Kristal – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Many ways exist to engage students without detracting from the mathematics. Certainly some are high-tech options, such as video games, online trivia sites, and PowerPoint® presentations that follow the same model as Jeopardy; but sometimes low-tech options can be just as powerful. One exciting way to connect with students is by incorporating…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Learner Engagement, Mathematics Activities, Educational Games
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Eddy, Colleen M.; Pratt, Sarah S.; Green, Cheyenne N. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Have you ever considered how technology could facilitate reasoning and sense making of systems of linear inequalities? In this article, the authors share how to use Google® Maps® and Desmos to achieve this and provide students with opportunities to access mathematics as they build a more formalized understanding. Using an inquiry-based approach,…
Descriptors: Maps, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Concepts, Inquiry
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Ichinose, Cherie Lynn; Martinez-Cruz, Armando M. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) (CCSSI 2010) propose a new vision for the mathematics classroom with updated content standards and Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMP). These practices are founded on NCTM processes (Problem Solving, Reasoning and Proof, Communication, Representation, and Connections) and abilities…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Problem Solving, Common Core State Standards
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Ghosh, Jonaki B. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
The Tower of Hanoi is an old, popular, and engaging puzzle. It is an exceptional puzzle too considering how effective it can be in engendering multiple valuable outcomes when used as a tool for learning. One of the fundamental goals of mathematics teacher preparation is to enable the prospective teacher to develop mathematical habits of mind and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Puzzles, Preservice Teachers
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Bixby, Matt M. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Almost twenty years ago, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) published "Principles and Standards for School Mathematics" (2000), which recommended that teachers should incorporate more writing into their math lessons, claiming that writing helps students "consolidate their thinking" (p. 402) by causing them…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Writing Assignments, Teaching Methods, Content Area Writing
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DiVito, Arthur N. – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Mathematics has been taught throughout history without much more than a straightedge, a compass, and an abacus. So there is little question that all the major concepts of mathematics can be delivered without the aid of modern technology. But clearly, just the time-saving aspect of using technology can greatly enhance the art of teaching. In this…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Mathematics Instruction, Computer Software
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Angotti, Robin L.; Mudzimiri, Rejoice – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Mathematical modeling, a key strand in mathematics, engages students in rich, authentic, exciting, and culturally relevant problems and connects abstract mathematics to the surrounding world. In this, article, the authors describe a modeling activity that can be used when teaching linear equations. Modeling problems, in general, are typically high…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Models, Relevance (Education), Problem Solving
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Dibbs, Rebecca; Beach, Janessa; Rios, Daniel – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Rich mathematical modeling activities are crucial to giving students agency and making mathematics meaningful. Proportional reasoning and transitional algebraic reasoning are the primary topics in the prealgebra curriculum, so a need exists for meaningful modeling activities using proportional reasoning in addition to geometric modeling. In…
Descriptors: High School Freshmen, Grade 9, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Activities
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Dickman, Benjamin – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
What do nonroutine algebra problems look like for a second-year algebra course, and where can such problems be found? Starting from the belief that even challenging, nonroutine problems should be solvable with the resources that students possess, Benjamin Dickman proceeded to formulate a small collection of tasks to push students into integrating…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Algebra, Problem Solving, Mathematical Logic
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Riling, Meghan; Dietiker, Leslie – Mathematics Teacher, 2018
Although traditional textbooks may not guide students through explorations or encourage group work, as many standards-based curricula do, virtually all textbooks contain mathematically accurate information and problems that, with adjustment, can be leveraged to support mathematical curiosity, reasoning, and discussion. Teachers who recognize rich…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Instruction, Secondary School Mathematics
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