The Journal of Mathematics and Science: 

COLLABORATIVE  EXPLORATIONS

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The Journal is published by the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition.

Issues available for viewing online:
Volume 6 Fall 2003
PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Oregon Collaborative for Excellence
in the Preparation of Teachers
PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES
Volume 12, 2010
PART 1: SPECIAL ISSUE
What We Have Learned
PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES
Volume 13, 2013
PART 1: SPECIAL ISSUE
Scientific Inquiry and the Nature of Science
PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES
 


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 13, 2013

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Scientific Inquiry and the Nature of Science

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: Scientific Inquiry and the Nature of Science, Donna Sterling Coordinating Editor
COORDINATING EDITOR'S REMARKS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - TEACHING ABOUT SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE

Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition Task Force

1

SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE TASK FORCE REPORT PREFACE

Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition Task Force
3

TEACHING ABOUT SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: TOWARD A MORE COMPLETE VIEW OF SCIENCE

Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition Task Force
5

SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENTATION AS A FOUNDATION FOR THE DESIGN OF INQUIRY-BASED SCIENCE INSTRUCTION

A. Falk and L. Brodsky
27

CHALLENGING PRE-SERVICE STUDENTS' TEACHING PERSPECTIVES IN AN INQUIRY-FOCUSED PROGRAM

J.L. Pecore and A. Shelton
57

HOW DOES LEADERSHIP MATTER? DEVELOPING AND TEACHNG A DEFINITION OF HANDS-ON SCIENCE, A PREREQUISITE FOR EFFECTIVE INQUIRY TEACHING

D.R. Sterling
79

INFUSING PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING (PBL) INTO SCIENCE METHODS COURSES ACROSS VIRGINIA

K.R. Thomas, P.L. Horne, S.M. Donnelly, and C.T. Berube
93

INQUIRY TEACHING: IT IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK!

S. Keys and D. Owens
111

UNDERSTANDING MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE ADVICE NETWORKS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS

D. White and A. Ruff
147

GRAPPLING WTH ISSUES OF LEARNING SCIENCE FROM EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES: AN ILLUSTRATIVE CASE STUDY??

A.-L. Tan, k. Mijung, and F. Talaue
165
PART II: Regular Journal Features

BUILDING A CASE FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST PROGRAMS

D. Blount and J. Singleton
191
RIGHT TRIANGLES OF GIAN FRANCESCO MALFATTI
J. Boyd
209
A LESSON PLAN WITH AN ARC MIDPOINT
G.V. Akulov and O.G. Akulov
219
UNLOCKING UNDERGRADUATE PROBLEM SOLVING
D. Cline and K. Peterson
225
REFORM TEACHING IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE COURSES - A FOLLOW-UP EVALUATION
G. Bass
233
STRONG SUPPORT FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS IN VIRGINIA
J. Singleton and D. Blount
245


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 12, 2010

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
What We Have Learned Symposium

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: What We Have Learned Symposium
THE IMPACT OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS

P.F. Campbell and N.N. Malkus

1

WHAT WE ARE LEARNING ABOUT THE ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST'S ROLE:  SOME REFLECTIONS ABOUT MATH COACHING

J. Whitenack and A. Ellington
29

A MATHEMATICIAN'S OVERVIEW OF THE VIRGINIA ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST PROGRAM

L.D. Pitt
45

HOW TEACHERS LEARN:  THE IMPACT OF CONTENT EXPECTATIONS ON LEARNING OUTCOMES

J. Reyes
61

EARLY ALGEBRA AND MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS

M.K. Murray
73

GEOMETRY EXAMPLES ENCOUNTERED IN VARIOUS EVERYDAY EXPERIENCES

R.W. Farley
83

WHAT COUNTS IN THE PREPARATION PROGRAM OF MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS AND WHAT LESSONS HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT WHAT NEEDS TO BE ADDED?

S.S. Overcash
93

A WEB OF INFLUENCE:  HOW THE MSP PROGRAM HAS SHAPED THE THOUGTS OF THREE INSTRUCTORS

J. Reyes
101

COACHING: ONE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST'S SURVEY

C.B. Doyle
111

PROVIDING REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCES: THE VIRGINIA TECH EXTERNSHIP FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS

B. Kreye and J.L.M. Wilkins
119
REFLECTIONS ON WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNEDA RAPPORTEUR'S REPORT ON VIRGINIA'S "WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED SYMPOSIUM"
D.B. Erchick
131
PART II: Regular Journal Features

MATHEMATICS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS:  CONCEPT VERSUS MEMORIZATION

D. Taylor and R.W. Farley
143
UNDERSTANDING THE TRANSITION BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
S.A. Cullpeper, C. Basile, C.A. Ferguson, J.A. Lanning, and M.A. Perkins
157


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 11 Spring 2009

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Mathematics and Science Partnership Institutes

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: Mathematics and Science Partnership Institutes
BUILDING MIDDLE-LEVEL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS' CAPACITI ES AS TEACHERS AND LEADERS: THE MATH IN THE MIDDLE INSTITU TE PARTNERSHIP

R. M. Heaton, W. J. Lewis, and W. M. Smith

1

UNDERSTANDING TEACHER LEADERSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS:  A COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH EFFORT

J. E. Pustejovsky, J. P. Spillane, R. M. Heaton and W. J.  Lewis
19

THE PENN SCIENCE TEACHER INSTITUTE:  A PROVEN MODEL

C. Blasie and J. Butler-Kahle
41

OREGON MATHEMATICS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE PROJECT:  EVALUATION RESULTS ON TEACHER CONTENT KNOWLEDGE, IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY, AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

D. Weaver and T. Dick
57

DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP IN A NATIONAL COHORT OF SECONDARY BIOLOGY TEACHERS:  USES OF AN ON-LINE COURSE STRUCTURE TO DEVELOP A GEOGRAPHICALLY DISTANT PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY

P. Balcerzak, V. May, and B. Schaal
85

THE IMPACT OF EARLY POSITIVE RESULTS ON A MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP:  THE EXPERIENCE OF THE INSTITUTE FOR CHEMISTRY LITERACY THROUGH COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE

K. S. Murray, M. A. Henry, and M. C. Hogrebe
95

K-5 MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS’ TEACHING AND LEARNING ABOUT FRACTIONS

J. W. Whitenack and A. J. Ellington
109

VIRGINIA'S MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST INSTITUTE PROJECT:  A SUMMARY OF EVALUATION FINDINGS

P. S. Smith and M. Wickwire
127

THE IMPACT OF THE LEAD TEACHER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY WITHIN THE RICE UNIVERSITY MATHEMATICS LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

J. Sack and N. Kamau 141

UNDERSTANDING ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ USE OF SCIENCE TEACHING TIME:  LESSONS FROM THE BIG SKY SCIENCE PARTNERSHIP

R. Jones and E. Swanson 163
PART II: Regular Journal Features

HELPING KINDERGARTENERS MAKE SENSE OF NUMBERS TO 100

L. B. Jaslow and V. R. Jacobs
195
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS INCREASINGLY APPRECIATED AND SOUGHT
D. Blount and J. Singleton
215

FORMULATING A STATE APPROACH TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

R. E. Howard, S. Sarani and J. Woods 223

CONNECTING MATHEMATICS AND THE APPLIED SCIENCE OF ENERGY CONSERVATION

R. E. Carbone and J. M. Pearce 233

LET’S OBSERVE!

S. W. Brown 245


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 10 Fall 2008

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Virginia Earth Science Collaborative: Developing Highly Qualified Teachers

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: Virginia Earth Science Collaborative: Developing Highly Qualified Teachers
VIRGINIA EARTH SCIENCE COLLABORATIVE:  DEVELOPING HIGHLY QUALIFIED EARTH SCIENCE TEACHERS

J. Cothron

1
OCEANOGRAPHY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN VIRGINIA VIA COLLABORATION, FIELD INTEGRATION, AND INQUIRY
K. St. John
29

TWO BOATS, THREE SUMMERS, FIVE UNIVERSITIES , ONE DOZEN INSTRUCTORS, AND SIXTY-FIVE TEACHERS:  A COLLABORATIVE OCEANOGRAPHY FIELD PROGRAM FOR EARTH SCIENCE

V. Clark, C. Hopper-Brill, and C. Petrone
43

METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY:  ON-LINE WEATHER STUDIES

J. Mulvany, M. Bentley, and E. Pyle
55

VIRGINIA EARTH SCIENCE COLLABORATIVE ASTRONOMY COURSE FOR TEACHERS

E. Murphy, H. Geller, and M. Bentley
67

MAXIMIZING THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EARTH SCIENCE TEACHERS

W. M. Frazier and D. R. Sterling
85

GEOLOGY OF VIRGINIA FOR TEACHERS AT RADFORD UNIVERSITY

J. Tso
99

“SPOTLIGHT ON EARTH SCIENCE” SYMPOSIUM:  AN OVERVIEW

E. Pyle
115
PART II: Regular Journal Features

SCHOOL DIVISION LEADERS KEEN ON IN-SCHOOL MATHEMATICS EXPERTS

D. Blount and J. Singleton
133

THE KAPREKAR ROUTINE AND OTHER DIGIT GAMES FOR UNDERGRADUATE EXPLORATION

K. Peterson and H. Pulapaka
143


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 9 Spring 2007

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Mathematics Specialists' Experiences

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: Mathematics Specialists' Experiences
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS – WE NEED THEM NOW! FOLLOW VIRGINIA’S LEAD!
F. Fennell
1
ON BECOMING A MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST – FROM UNLIKELY BEGINNINGS
C. Abdeljawad
5
TRICKLE-DOWN INSPIRATION: FROM MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST TO TEACHERS TO STUDENTS
M. Paruszkiewicz
11
BEYOND THE TEXTBOOK: LESSONS LEARNED FROM TWO YEARS AS A MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST
K. Race
15
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST?
D. Gates
21
THE ROLE OF THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST IN ALBEMARLE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, VIRGINIA
A. LaRue-Davis
27
THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST AS VISIONARY STRATEGIST
K. Anderson
33
THE CHARACTERISTICS NECESSARY FOR A MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST
D. Southwell
37
BREAKING THE CYCLE: INTEGRATING THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST
T. Hulen
41
APPROACHING MATHEMATICS UTOPIA
F. Morton
45
THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST FROM A DUAL LANGUAGE IMMERSION PERSPECTIVE
M. Aguilar
53
THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST: A PERSONAL VIEW
E. Sinclair
57
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF TWO MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS: BRINGING MATH TO THE FOREFRONT IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
B. Rodriquez and S. Garthwaite
61
THE ROLE AND IMPACT OF THE MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST FROM THE PRINCIPALS' PERSPECTIVES
D. Bount and J. Singleton
69
PART II: Regular Journal Features
WHAT BELIEFS AND INTENDED ACTIONS DO REFORM-PREPARED MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE TEACHERS CONVEY TO THE WORKPLACE?
J. R. McGinnis and G. Marbach-Ad
81
PRE-MATRIX BALANCING OF CHALLENGING CHEMICAL EQUATIONS WITH A SIMPLE FORMULA REGISTER AND MIDDLE SCHOOL ARITHMETIC
L. Hutchings, L. Peterson, and A. Almasude
119
INTO THE FRAY: NOVICE TEACHERS TACKLE STANDARDS-BASED MATHEMATICS
B. Schroder and S. Gningue
135


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 8 Spring 2005

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SPECIAL ISSUE
Mathematics Specialists

Funding for this Special Issue was provided by the ExxonMobil foundation, the Virginia Council for Mathematics Supervision, and the Virginia council of Teachers of Mathematics. In addition, the Mathematics and Science Coalition gratefully acknowledges the support for developing Mathematics Specialist programs in Virginia that has been provided by the National Science Foundation under Grant No  EHR-0412324 and ESI-0353360; the Virginia Department of Education Mathematics and Science Partnership Program (MSP); and the ExxonMobil Foundation.
PART I PREFACE
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS DEFINITION
Mathematics Specialists School and University Partners
1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - BUILDING THE CASE: MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS
Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition Task Force
3
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS TASK FORCE REPORT
Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition Task Force
5
MATHEMATICS TEACHER SPECIALISTS IN VIRGINIA: A HISTORY
L.D. Pitt
23
PART II MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS IN SCHOOLS
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS IN ALEXANDRIA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
S. Birnie
35
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: "THE ARLINGTON STORY"
P. Robertson
39
MATHEMATICS TEACHER SPECIALISTS - MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR STUDENT LEARNING
T. Rowan
43
HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA: HOW DO YOU "HOOK" ELEMENTARY TEACHERS INTO ENJOYING AND SEEING THE BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS?
Y. Smith-Jones
63
MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS IN NORFOLK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
D. Walston
67
LEADERSHIP PROGRESS IN STAFFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS
V. Inge
73
PART III PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DESIGNING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS
V. Bastable and L. Menster
77
ACTIVE FACILITATION: WHAT DO SPECIALISTS NEED TO KNOW AND HOW MIGHT THEY LEARN IT?
D. Shifter and J.B. Lester
97
MATHEMATICS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THAT FOCUSES ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT: A PARALLEL CASE EXAMPLE
N.R. Iverson
119
TEACHER-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM AT CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO
W. Fisher
143
PART IV FINANCIAL SUPPORT
FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS' INITIATIVES IN VIRGINIA
R.W. Farley, W.E. Haver and L.D. Pitt
153


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 7 Fall 2004

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Harrisonburg Conference, October 2003
Statewide Conference on the Preparation of Middle School Science and Mathematics Teachers

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: "Harrisonburg Conference"
Statewide Conference on the Preparation of Middle School Science and Mathematics Teachers
BRIDGE TO THE FUTURE - WHAT THE PAST CAN TELL US
S.T. Thornton
1
CAN SCIENCE METHODS REALLY BE TAUGHT ON-LINE?
W.M. Fraizer
5
INVESTIGATIONS IN GEOMETRY -- A HANDS-ON COURSE FOR GRADES 6-8 PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
A. Ellington
17
HISTORY OF A PROBLEM SOLVING COURSE FOR PRE-SERVICE K-8 TEACHERS
J. Fitzgerald
23
A CASE FOR PROOF MAKING FOR PROSPECTIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS
J.W. Whitenack, L.A. Lovin, and L. Cavey
29
FIRST STEPS TOWARD CHANGE IN TEACHER PREPARATION FOR ELEMENTARY SCIENCE
C. Klevickis, R. Kolvoord, M. Handley, K. Giovanetti, D. Peterson, T. Daughtrey, S. Fairchild
37
WHAT DOES AN EXEMPLARY MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHER LOOK LIKE? THE USE OF A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RUBRIC
M. Mason, D. Johnson, J. Rozelle, A. Koziol, Y. Smith-Jones, R. Cofer, L. Quick, E. O'Brien, W.M. Geiger, K. Grass
49
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY B.S. IN SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM
R.W. Farley
61
HANDS-ON PHYSICAL SCIENCE FOR IN-SERVICE TEACHERS
J. McDonnough, S. McKelvey, A. Baski, D. Lewis
67
AN ADVANCED MATHEMATICS PROGRAM FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS
D. Carothers
79
THE TEACHER SHORTAGE: NATIONAL TRENDS FOR SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
D.R. Sterling
85
HELPING PROVISIONALLY LICENSED MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHERS
J.J. Matkins, D.R. Sterling, A. Kitsantas
97
ALIGNING MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM TO CREATE POTENTIAL FOR ACTIVE LEARNING IN PRE-K THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE TEACHER EDUCATION
G.E. Parker
109
RAPPORTEUR'S REPORT
W.E. Haver
123
PART II: Regular Journal Features
REACHING DEEP IN MATH (DEVELOPING EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE AND PROFICIENCY IN MATHEMATICS)
R.D. Anderson
135
HIROSHI HARUKI'S LEMMA WITH MATHEMATICA (pdf)
J. Boyd
143
TRANSITION TO TEACHING: AN ALTERNATIVE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM THROUGH A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN A PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT AND A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
R.Q. Berry III
149
STUDENT WORK SECTION
R. Howard, Section Editor
167
ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS IN CORRELATION TO STANDARDIZED EDUCATIONAL TEST SCORES
M.F. Connolly
167


The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations
Volume 6 Fall 2003

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PART I: SPECIAL ISSUE
Oregon Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers (OCETP)

PART II: REGULAR JOURNAL FEATURES

PART I: Special Issue
Oregon Collaborative for Excellence in the Preparation of Teachers (OCETP)
OREGON COLLABORATIVE FOR EXCELLENCE IN THE PREPARATION OF TEACHERS - AN OVERVIEW
M. Enneking
1
PEER-LED TEAM LEARNING IN INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY COURSES: A PARALLEL APPROACH
A. Tenney and B. Houck
11
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTRUMENTS FOR ASSESSMENT OF INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES IN STANDARD-BASED TEACHING
C.L. Wainwright, L. Flick and P. Morrell
21
A DESCRIPTIVE COMPARISON OF ONE UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTOR'S INSTRUCTION DURING PRE-SERVICE MATHEMATICS COURSES AND THE SUBSEQUENT MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE INSTRUCTION OF THREE OF HIS STUDENTS DURING THEIR STUDENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE
S. Blair
47
LESSONS LEARNED IN A MATH EXCEL WORKSHOP: THE IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING HIGH COGNITIVE DEMANDS
T. Dick
65
MAKING UPPER DIVISION MATHEMATICS COURSES RELEVANT FOR PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
G. Hill
75
PERSISTENCE IN MATHEMATICS BY UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENTS: EXPERIENCES OF A MATH EXCEL PROGRAM
C.M. Hake, M.L. Crow, and T. Dick
87
LESSONS LEARNED FROM EFFORTS AT INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE: CASE STUDIES OF SIX OCEPT INSTITUTIONS
T.G. Chenoweth, M.K. Kinnick, and R.D. Walleri
103
GOESCIENCES FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS: A COURSE ASSESSMENT
M.L. Cummings, M. Goodrich, and D. Burmester
127
METHODS OF SMILE: A SCIENCE SEMINAR COURSE IN "DELIBERATE EDUCATION"
E. Davis-Butts and R. Collay
141
THE OCCURRENCE OF REFORM TEACHING PRACTICE IN UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE CLASSES: THE STUD NETS' PERSPECTIVE
P.D. Morrell and J.B. Carroll
155
PART II: Regular Journal Features
VISUALIZING BASIC NUCLEAR REACTIONS
D. Allen and M.T. Oliver-Hoyo
169
THE USE OF TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES AND MATERIALS IN THE ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM
J.E. Riley
181
UNDERSTANDING TEACHER REFLECTION AS A SIGNIFICANT TOOL FOR BRINGING REFORM-BASED TEACHING TO COLLEGE MATHEMATICS
K. Jeon
193
RECRUITING MORE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS USING COLLABORATION AS THE MAIN INGREDIENT: AN EFFECTIVE MODEL FROM MISSOURI
L. Kaiser
201
STUDENT WORK SECTION
R. Howard, Section Editor
207
MATHEMATICS FROM CHINA TO VIRGINIA BY WAY OF SINGAPORE
H. Kim, C. Wu, A, Xue, and J. Boyd
207
THE PERFECT PERSPECTIVE: A MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF PERSPECTIVE USING TOOLS AVAILABLE TO MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
W. Griffin
217

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