Math Ed Podcast
Conversations with math ed researchers.
Episode 1404: Sarah Bleiler
February 23, 2014 04:19 PM PST
Sarah Bleiler from Middle Tennessee State University discusses her article, "Providing written feedback on students' mathematical arguments: Proof validations of prospective secondary mathematics teachers," published in the Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education (Co-authors: Thompson, Krajcevski).
See the comments for references mentioned during the interview.Episode 1403: Patricia Moyer-Packenham & Arla Westenskow
February 04, 2014 04:34 PM PST
Patricia Moyer-Packenham and Arla Westenskow from Utah State University discuss their article, "Effects of virtual manipulatives on student achievement and mathematics learning," from the International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, Volume 4.
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1402: Laine Bradshaw & Andrew Izsák
January 26, 2014 01:39 PM PST
Laine Bradsaw and Andrew Izsák from the University of Georgia discuss their article, "Diagnosing teachers' understandings of rational number: Building a multidimensional test within the diagnostic classification model framework", from Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice (Co-authors: Templin, Jacobson).
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1401: Kevin Moore
January 19, 2014 02:50 PM PST
Kevin Moore from the University of Georgia discusses the article, "Quantitative reasoning and the sine function: The case of Zac", from the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 45.
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1318: Mara Landers
November 26, 2013 07:32 AM PST
Mara Landers from Los Medanos College discusses the article, "Towards a theory of mathematics homework as a social practice," from Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 84.
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1317: Kara Jackson
November 03, 2013 08:04 PM PST
Kara Jackson from the University of Washington discusses the article, "Exploring relationships between setting up complex tasks and opportunities to learn in concluding whole-class discussions in middle-grades mathematics instruction," from the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Volume 44. (Co-authors: Garrison, Wilson, Gibbons, Shahan)
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1316: Barbara Reys
October 15, 2013 06:41 AM PDT
A joint episode with "Getting Personal" from AMTE, Barbara Reys from the University of Missouri discusses her history with the Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum (CSMC) and current issues in curriculum and teacher education.
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1315: Robert Wieman
August 28, 2013 05:19 AM PDT
Rob Wieman discusses the book, "Success from the Start: Your first years teaching secondary mathematics," forthcoming from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (Co-author: Fran Arbaugh) link to the book
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1314: Whitney Johnson
August 20, 2013 04:40 AM PDT
Whitney Johnson from Morgan State University discusses the article, "Teaching with speeches: A black teacher who uses the mathematics classroom to prepare students for life," from Teachers College Record, Volume 115. (Co-authors: Nyamekye, Chazan, Rosenthal)
See the comments for references mentioned in the interview.Episode 1313: Kevin Moore
July 11, 2013 10:58 AM PDT
Kevin Moore from the University of Georgia discusses his article, "Making sense of measuring arcs: A teaching experiment in angle measure," from Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 83.
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
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