Math Ed Podcast
Conversations with math ed researchers.
Episode 1613: Mimi Engel
August 25, 2016 08:50 AM PDT
Mimi Engel from Vanderbilt University discusses the article, "Mathematics content coverage and student learning in kindergarten," published in Educational Researcher, Volume 45. (Co-authors: Claessens, Watts, and Farkas)
See the comments for references mentioned during the interviewEpisode 1612: Michael de Villiers
August 15, 2016 12:46 PM PDT
Michael de Villiers speaks with guest host, Michelle Cirillo, about his career in mathematics education. Dr. de Villiers is an emeritus professor from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa and an honorary professor at the University of Stellenbosch.Episode 1611: Andrew Izsák & Jonathan Templin
August 08, 2016 07:18 AM PDT
Andrew Izsák from the University of Georgia and Jonathan Templin from the University of Kansas discuss their forthcoming edited volume on psychometric models in mathematics education and also their chapter entitled, "Coordinating conceptualizations of mathematical knowledge with psychometric models." The book will be published this fall by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1610: Gregory Larnell
July 30, 2016 04:00 PM PDT
Greg Larnell from the University of Illinois at Chicago discusses his article, "More than just skill: Mathematics identities, racialized narratives, and remediation among black undergraduates" (free PDF available), published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1609: Sandra Fillebrown
June 25, 2016 08:50 AM PDT
Sandy Fillebrown from Saint Joseph's University discusses the article, "Courses on the beauty of mathematics: Our version of general educatino mathematics courses," published in PRIMUS and written by Agnes Rash and Sandy.Episode 1608: Erin Turner
May 31, 2016 08:25 AM PDT
Erin Turner from the University of Arizona discusses the article, "Learning to leverage children's multiple mathematical knowledge bases in mathematics instruction," to be published in the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education. Co-authors: Foote, Stoehr, Roth McDuffie, Aguirre, Bartell, Drake
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1607: Thomas Carpenter
May 10, 2016 11:40 AM PDT
Tom Carpenter, emeritus professor from the University of Wisconsin and NCTM Lifetime Achievement Award winner, discusses his career in mathematics education.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1606: Brent Davis NCTM Plenary
March 26, 2016 09:12 PM PDT
Brent Davis from the University of Calgary delivers his plenary, "How research into second-language learning might be useful for improving mathematics teaching practice," at the 2016 NCTM Research Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Thanks to NCTM and to Raymond Johnson for helping make this episode possible.Episode 1605: Rochelle Gutiérrez
March 07, 2016 11:22 AM PST
Rochelle Gutiérrez from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign discusses her scholarly career in mathematics education.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1604: Raymond Johnson
February 25, 2016 10:08 AM PST
Raymond Johnson from the University of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Education discusses the article, "Teachers, tasks, and tensions: Lessons from a research-practice partnership," published in the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education. (Co-authors: Severance, Penuel, Leary) Open access preprint available through CU
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
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