Dewar, Jacqueline

Mathematics Education

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Table of contents

Part I. Benefitting the Readers of this Volume

1. Opening Lines: An Introduction to the Volume
Jacqueline Dewar, Pao-sheng Hsu, Harriet Pollatsek

2. Communication, Culture, and Work in Mathematics Education in Departments of Mathematical Sciences
Shandy Hauk, Allison F. Toney

3. Valuing and Supporting Work in Mathematics Education: An Administrative Perspective
Minerva Cordero, Maura B. Mast

Part II. Benefitting Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers and Graduate Student Instructors

4. Effects of a Capstone Course on Future Teachers (and the Instructor): How a SoTL Project Changed a Career
Curtis D. Bennett

5. By Definition: An Examination of the Process of Defining in Mathematics
Elizabeth A. Burroughs, Maurice J. Burke

6. Characterizing Mathematics Graduate Student Teaching Assistants’ Opportunities to Learn from Teaching
Yvonne Lai, Wendy M. Smith, Nathan P. Wakefield, Erica R. Miller, Julia St. Goar, Corbin M. Groothuis, Kelsey M. Wells

7. Lessons Learned from a Math Teachers’ Circle
Gulden Karakok, Katherine Morrison, Cathleen Craviotto

8. Transforming Practices in Mathematics Teaching and Learning through Effective Partnerships
Padmanabhan Seshaiyer, Kristin Kappmeyer

9. Developing Collaborations Among Mathematicians, Teachers, and Mathematics Educators
Kristin Umland, Ashli Black

Part III. Benefitting STEM Majors

10. Finding Synergy Among Research, Teaching, and Service: An Example from Mathematics Education Research
Megan Wawro

11. Communicating Mathematics Through Writing and Speaking Assignments
Suzanne Sumner

12. Real Clients, Real Problems, Real Data: Client-Driven Statistics Education
Talithia D. Williams, Susan E. Martonosi

13. A Montessori-Inspired Career in Mathematics Curriculum Development: GeoGebra, Writing-to-Learn, Flipped Learning
Kathy A. Tomlinson

14. “The Wild Side of Math”: Experimenting with Group Theory
Ellen J. Maycock

15. A Departmental Change: Professional Development Through Curricular Innovation
Steve Cohen, Bárbara González-Arévalo, Melanie Pivarski

16. SMP: Building a Community of Women in Mathematics
Pamela A. Richardson

Part IV. Benefitting Students in General Education Courses

17. Creating and Sustaining a First-Year Course in Quantitative Reasoning
Kathleen Lopez, Melissa Myers, Christy Sue Langley, Diane Fisher

18. A Story of Teaching Using Inquiry
Christine Renesse

19. An Ethnomathematics Course and a First-Year Seminar on the Mathematics of the Pre-Columbian Americas
Ximena Catepillán

20. First-Year Seminar Writing for Quantitative Literacy
Maria G. Fung

21. Tactile Mathematics
Carolyn Yackel

22. Incorporating Writing into Statistics
Katherine G. Johnson

23. An Infusion of Social Justice into Teaching and Learning
Priscilla Bremser

Part V. Benefitting the Public and the Larger Mathematical Community

24. Popular Culture in Teaching, Scholarship, and Outreach: The Simpsons and Futurama

Sarah J. Greenwald

25. Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics
Tara Holm

Keywords: Mathematics, Mathematics, general, Mathematics Education

Publication year
Association for Women in Mathematics Series
Page amount
11 pages
Natural Sciences
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