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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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Mathematics Teacher, 2016
The editors of Mathematics Teacher appreciate the interest of readers and value the views of those who write in with comments. The editors ask that name and affiliation including email address be provided at the end of their letters. This September 2016 Reader Reflections, provides reader comments on the following articles: (1) "Innocent…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Problem Solving, Mathematics Teachers, Mathematical Logic
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Zbiek, Rose Mary; Larson, Matthew R. – Mathematics Teacher, 2015
Improving student learning is the primary goal of every teacher of algebra. Teachers seek strategies to help all students learn important algebra content and develop mathematical practices. The new Institute of Education Sciences[IES] practice guide, "Teaching Strategies for Improving Algebra Knowledge in Middle and High School Students"…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Algebra, Mathematics Instruction, Middle School Students
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Fromhold, Albert T., Jr. – Mathematics Teacher, 2005
The method of integration by parts is one of the most useful in integral calculus. Among the most important applications is the integration of differentials involving products, differentials in involving logarithms, and differentials involving inverse circular functions.
Descriptors: Geometric Concepts, Calculus, Mathematical Applications, Mathematics Education
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Besteman, Nathan; Ferdinands, John – Mathematics Teacher, 2005
Another way to divide a line segment discovered by Nathan Besteman is described along with Euclid's and the GLaD construction. The related projects and problems that teachers of geometry can assign to their students are also presented.
Descriptors: Geometry, Mathematics Activities, Problem Sets, Mathematics Instruction
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Paul, Clyde – Mathematics Teacher, 2005
Available research supports a belief that a high-quality mathematics education for high school students cannot be accomplished unless a highly qualified mathematics teacher is in the classroom. This author primarily addresses the need for small, rural schools in Missouri to employ such highly-qualified mathematics teachers, although he also states…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Mathematics Achievement, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Effectiveness
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Roach, David; Gibson, David; Weber, Keith – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
Students learn more when they attempt to make sense of a mathematical situation they face. For example, a question like why square root of 25 is not + or - 5. Providing the intermediate steps and the reasoning of a technique with graphs can help make better sense of mathematics.
Descriptors: Mathematical Concepts, Mathematics Education, Transformations (Mathematics), Mathematics Instruction
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Kitchen, Richard S. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
The challenges in developing discursive classrooms in high-poverty, rural schools motivate less verbal students to communicate. Students tend to resist mathematics education reforms and classroom discourses.
Descriptors: Mathematics Education, Educational Change, Rural Schools, Poverty
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Belcastro, Sarah-Marie – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
Mathematical contests should be decentralized to allow access to non competitive activities so as to enable students to participate and succeed in Mathematics. These activities should be compellingly interesting so that students enjoy learning about proofs and abstract structures rather than just solving problems.
Descriptors: Competition, Mathematics Activities, Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Nandor, M. J. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
The greatest benefit of including leap year in the calculation is not to increase precision, but to show students that a problem can be solved without such presumption. A birthday problem is analyzed showing that calculating a leap-year birthday probability is not a frivolous computation.
Descriptors: Probability, Computation, Problem Solving, Problem Sets
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Reys, Barbara J.; Reys, Robert E. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
The factors responsible for the shortage of middle and secondary mathematics teachers in the U.S. are discussed. Seven strategies are suggested to reach out and recruit more mathematics teachers in the future.
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Shortage, Middle Schools
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Kersaint, Gladis; Chappell, Michaele F. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
Teachers often wrongly presume that all students would interpret a three-dimensional image presented in a two-dimensional manner in the same way. They need to be specific as to how questions are stated especially in real-life situations, where alternative interpretations are possible.
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Teaching Methods, Interpretive Skills, Mathematical Concepts
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Groth, Randall E.; Powell, Nancy N. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
While helping high school students develop statistical thinking, teachers need to engage them in all phases of investigative cycle. Students should master some of the nonmathematical elements of the cycle involved in identifying a problem, creating a plan of attack and gathering necessary data.
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Research, Research Projects, Problem Solving
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Vennebush, G. Patrick – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
Media Clips aims to offer readers contemporary, authentic applications of quantitative reasoning based on print or electronic media. Clips may be in text or graphic format, and clip sources may be either print or electronic media.
Descriptors: Mathematical Applications, Educational Media, Instructional Materials, Mathematics Skills
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Hollebrands, Karen F. – Mathematics Teacher, 2004
Analysis of students' work on tasks relating to reflections, translations and rotations is discussed. Findings from research with regard to students' understanding of a subject would help teachers prepare for the class.
Descriptors: Geometric Concepts, High School Students, Intuition, Mathematics Instruction
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