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Seiboldt, Cassandra R.; Males, Lorraine M.; Males, Joshua R. – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
Beginning a teaching career and working to prepare and support beginning teachers is a roller-coaster of successes and puzzling moments. In this article, author Cassandra (Cassie) Seiboldt shares how she learned to manage her first years of teaching by purposefully planning through anticipating student thinking and solutions, and the positive…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Educators, Mathematics Instruction, Beginning Teachers
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Remijan, Kelly W. – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
Just as steam was found to be a source of power during the Industrial Revolution, increasing factory production and improving transportation, today STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) can be found to be a framework that empowers teachers, increases student engagement, and improves student understanding. Although a…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Art Education, Integrated Curriculum, Curriculum Implementation
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Zhao, Manqian; Lapuk, Karen – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
According to the National Center for Education Statistics (2016), the number of public school students in the United States who were English learners (ELs) was estimated at 4.5 million. However, in 2005, the national standardized testing scores (Fry 2007) show that about 51 percent of eighth-grade EL students were behind other students in reading…
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Mathematics Instruction, English Language Learners, Mathematics Teachers
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Eichhorn, Melinda S.; DiMauro, Peter J.; Lacson, Courtney; Dennie, Barbara – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
One of the most important roles of a teacher is to create a safe space for learners, consistent with the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) Universal Design for Learning guidelines (CAST 2011). Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for teaching and learning, based on neuroscience research, that guides teachers to eliminate…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Mathematics Education, Access to Education, Learner Engagement
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Edwards, Thomas G.; Chelst, Kenneth R. – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
While tutoring his granddaughter in second-year algebra recently, the second author lamented that every textbook he could find expresses the quadratic formula as probably the most common form of the formula. What troubled him is that this form hides the meaning of the various components of the equation. Indeed, the meaning was obscured by the…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Formulas, Algebra, Teaching Methods
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Russell, Craig – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
Although social studies or language arts classes may offer more natural settings for "global studies," the author's students have engaged in projects demonstrating that mathematical topics can work well at furthering the goal of increasing students' cultural literacy. The author describes one project here, where students working in…
Descriptors: Heritage Education, Historic Sites, Tourism, Mathematics Instruction
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Pérez, Arnulfo; Braaten, Bailey; MacConnell, Robert – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
Students tend to see mathematical functions as static, mysterious objects that must be approached according to a set of rules and procedures laid out in mathematics textbooks (Clement 2001). Because learners so rarely experience functions as a meaning-making tool that matters to their understanding of the world, they miss critical opportunities to…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Learner Engagement, Mathematics, Mathematics Teachers
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Cozzo, Thérèse; Cozzo, Joseph – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, increases in metallurgic technology and better manufacturing methods made naval artillery a more powerful force. Guns could fire more powerful shells that could travel farther and hit a target with much greater accuracy. Torpedoes represented a major threat to even the most powerful of warships, forcing captains…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Models, Trigonometry, Mathematical Concepts
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Weber, Christof – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
Students' difficulties understanding the meaning of logarithms could stem in part from differences between teachers' and students' views of them. The purpose of this article is to unpack some specialized content knowledge for teaching logarithms. The author discusses the history of logarithms to show why they can be understood as repeated…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Difficulty Level, Numbers
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Ptak, Karine S. – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
During the 2013-2014 school year, the Maryland State High School Assessment in Algebra with Data Analysis (HSA) was a requirement for high school graduation in Maryland. At Frederick High School, only 27 percent of students who took the test that year passed. To respond to such an alarming failure rate, three teachers and the author developed and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Algebra, Secondary School Mathematics, High School Students
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Purvinis, Elaine M.; Fagan, Joshua B. – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
In first- and second-year algebra classrooms, the all-too-familiar whine of "when are we ever going to use this in real life?" challenges mathematics teachers to find new, engaging ways to present mathematical concepts. The introduction of quadratic equations is typically modeled by describing the motion of a moving object with respect…
Descriptors: Algebra, Mathematical Concepts, Equations (Mathematics), Mathematics Instruction
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Stuart, Rick; Chedister, Matt – Mathematics Teacher, 2019
While students were constructing the concept of rates of change, linear relationships, and nonlinear relationships in a first-year algebra class, the wanted to build a task that allowed them to increase their understanding of covariation, that is, how two variables change in relation to each other. Research has shown that students who have built…
Descriptors: Correlation, Algebra, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Concepts
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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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