Math Ed Podcast
Conversations with math ed researchers.
Episode 1717: Ryota Matsuura
December 31, 2017 05:00 AM PST
Ryota Matsuura from St. Olaf College discusses the article, "The search for hidden structure," published in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (Co-authors: Sword and Finkelstein). He also describes the Budapest Semester in Mathematics Education study-abroad program.
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December 21, 2017 08:48 AM PST
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December 03, 2017 07:01 AM PST
Zandra de Araujo from the University of Missouri discusses her article, "Connections between secondary mathematics teachers' beliefs and their selection of tasks for English language learners", published in Curriculum Inquiry, Volume 47.
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November 20, 2017 08:53 AM PST
Emily Fyfe from Indiana University discusses her article, "Assessing formal knowledge of math equivalence among algebra and pre-algebra students," published in the Journal of Educational Psychology.
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November 10, 2017 08:38 PM PST
Teddy Chao from Ohio State University discusses his co-authored chapter, "Experiences using clinical interviews in mathematics methods courses to empower preservice teachers: A conversation among three critical mathematics educators," from the AMTE professional book series (co-authors: ). Guest hosted by Cara Haines.
See comments for references mentioned during the interviewEpisode 1712: 100th Episode!
October 19, 2017 05:32 PM PDT
This special episode features a look back at math ed articles and books that have inspired us. Thanks to Joel Amidon, Lynette Guzman, Chris Austin, Sheunghyun Yeo, Jeremy Strayer, Dave Coffey, and Dan Meyer for their contributions.
References are in the comments on MathEdPodcast.com.
If you're interested in being a podcast contributor in the future, please contact Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org.Episode 1711: Beth Herbel-Eisenmann and Michelle Cirillo
October 10, 2017 12:58 AM PDT
Beth Herbel-Eisenmann from Michigan State University and Michelle Cirillo from the University of Delaware talk about their forthcoming set of professional development materials, Mathematics Discourse in Secondary Classrooms (MDISC), published by Math Solutions. Co-authors: Michael Steele, Samuel Otten, and Kate JohnsonEpisode 1710: Matthew Inglis
September 25, 2017 07:03 AM PDT
Matthew Inglis from Loughborough University (UK) discusses his book, Does mathematical study develop logical thinking? Testing the Theory of Formal Discipline, published by World Scientific (with co-author Nina Attridge).
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September 11, 2017 08:36 AM PDT
Aimee Ellington from Virginia Commonwealth University discusses the article, "Effectively coaching middle school teachers: A case for teacher and student learning," published in the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, Volume 46. (Co-authors: Whitenack and Edwards)
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1708: Les Steffe
August 10, 2017 07:37 AM PDT
Les Steffe from the University of Georgia talks about his career in mathematics, including graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, the theory of radical constructivism, and research on students' understanding of number.
Guest host: Kevin Moore
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
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