Math Ed Podcast
Conversations with math ed researchers.
Episode 1704: Elizabeth Fennema
April 30, 2017 06:59 AM PDT
Liz Fennema, emeritus professor from the University of Wisconsin, discusses her career in mathematics education, her research on gender-differences in mathematics, and her role on the Cognitively Guided Instruction project.
April 23, 2017 05:22 AM PDT
Denise Spangler from the University of Georgia discusses the forthcoming chapter, "Research on core practices in K-12 mathematics teaching" (co-author: Victoria Jacobs), appearing in the Compendium of Research in Mathematics Education (NCTM).
See the comments for references mentioned during the interviewEpisode 1702: Charles Munter
March 17, 2017 08:50 AM PDT
Chuck Munter from the University of Missouri discusses his article, "Examining relations between mathematics teachers' instructional vision and knowledge and change in practice," [FREE PDF] published in the American Journal of Education, Volume 123. (Co-author: Richard Correnti)
See the comments for references mentioned during the interviewEpisode 1701: Luis Leyva
January 04, 2017 12:03 PM PST
Luis Leyva from Vanderbilt University discusses his article, "An intersectional analysis of Latin@ college women's counter-stories in mathematics," published in the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, Volume 9. http://ed-osprey.gsu.edu/ojs/index.php/JUME/article/view/295/201
Note: Drawing on Gutiérrez (2013), the term Latin@ (which you will hear Luis pronouncing in the episode) decenters the patriarchal nature of the Spanish language that traditionally groups Latin American women and men into a single descriptor Latino, denoting only men. The @ symbol is meant to allow for gender inclusivity.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1621: Megan Taylor
December 25, 2016 04:34 PM PST
Megan Taylor from Trellis Education (http://www.trelliseducation.org/) discusses her article, "From effective curricula toward effective curriculum use," published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47.
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1620: Kimberly Cervello Rogers
December 05, 2016 02:57 PM PST
Kimberly Cervello Rogers from Bowling Green State University discusses the article, "Graduate teaching assistants' enactment of reasoning-and-proving tasks in a content course for elementary teachers," published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 47. (Co-author: Michael Steele)
See the comment for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1619: Julie Nurnberger-Haag
November 23, 2016 06:26 AM PST
Julie Nurnberger-Haag from Kent State University discusses her article, "A cautionary tale: How children's books (mis)teach shapes," published in Early Education and Development.
See comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1618: Argumentation, Justification, and Proof Panel at PMENA
November 14, 2016 07:10 AM PST
This special episode features a panel of scholars from the Argumentation, Justification, and Proof working group at the PMENA conference in Tucson, AZ. Featured are Eric Knuth from the University of Wisconsin, Orit Zaslavsky from New York University, and David Yopp from the University of Idaho.
See comments for references mentioned during the episodeEpisode 1617: Dave Coffey & John Golden
November 07, 2016 07:56 AM PST
Dave Coffey and John Golden from Grand Valley State University discuss their scholarly use of blogs, Twitter, and YouTube in their thinking about mathematics education and teacher preparation.
See the comments for references mentioned during the episode.Episode 1616: Katy Ulrich
October 30, 2016 04:59 PM PDT
Katy Ulrich from Virginia Tech University discusses her two-part article series called "Stages in constructing and coordinating units additively and multiplicatively," published in For the Learning of Mathematics. Part 1 and Part 2
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
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