Math Ed Podcast
Conversations with mathematics education scholars.
[REBROADCAST] Luz Valoyes-Chávez
April 27, 2021 08:04 AM PDT
Originally posted April 17, 2019. Luz Valoyes-Chávez from the University of Chile discusses her article, "On the making of a new mathematics teacher: Professional development, subjectivation, and resistance to change," published in Educaitonal Studies in Mathematics, Volume 100. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10649-018-9869-5Episode 2101: Anna Baccaglini-Frank
February 23, 2021 06:40 AM PST
Anna Baccaglini-Frank from the University of Pisa discusses her article, "To tell a story, you need a protagonist: How dynamic interactive mediators can fulfill this role and foster explorative participation to mathematical discourse," published open access in Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 106.
December 24, 2020 12:44 PM PST
Jamaal Young from Texas A&M University discusses the article, "Mathematics dispositions and the mathematics learning outcomes of Black students: How are they related?" published in Investigations in Mathematics Learning. Co-authors: Cunningham, Ortiz, Frank, Hamilton & Mitchell.
December 21, 2020 06:44 AM PST
Michael Weiss from the University of Michigan discusses his new book, Secondary Mathematics for Mathematicians and Educators: A View from Above, published by Routledge.
November 24, 2020 04:59 PM PST
In a break from mathematics education research, Sam Otten talks with Zandra de Araujo about his new children's picture book, Missing Letters: An Alphabet Book, published by Olympia Publishers with illustrations by Leon Thomas.
November 09, 2020 01:08 PM PST
Conrad Wolfram from Wolfram Research Europe discusses his new book, The Math(s) Fix:An Education Blueprint for the AI Age. https://www.wolfram-media.com/products/the-maths-fix.html
Sam's children's book: www.MissingLettersBook.comEpisode 2009: Kenneth Frank & Jihyun Kim
October 26, 2020 12:53 PM PDT
Ken Frank from Michigan State University and Jihyun Kim from Lehigh University discuss their article, "From interpretation to instructional practice: A network study of early-career teachers' sensemaking in the era of accountability pressures and Common Core State Standards," published in the American Educational Research Journal, co-authors Salloum, Bieda, Youngs.
Additional acknowledgments from the project: Authors: Jihyun Kim, Ken Frank, Serena Salloum, Kristen Bieda, Peter Youngs Others on the Study of Ambitious Mathematics Instruction (SAMI) project: Rebecca Brown, Zixi Chen, Jeff Doran, Nicole Ellefson, Kim Evert, Sarah Galey, Adrienne Hu, Dustin Hunt, Xueying Ji, Andy Jurasek, Maggie Keech, John Lane, Yuqing Liu, Kat McConnell, Leo Medel, Amanda Opperman, Shannon Sweeny, Kaitlin Torphy, Ran Xu, Yincheng Ye, Aaron Zimmerman
Sam's children's book: www.MissingLettersBook.comEpisode 2008: Jennifer Ruef
September 19, 2020 09:44 AM PDT
Jennifer Ruef from the University of Oregon discusses her article "Why indigenous languages matter for mathematics education: a case study of Ichishkíin," published in Educational Studies in Mathematics, Volume 104. Co-authors: Jacob, Walker, Beavert.
August 17, 2020 11:54 AM PDT
Michelle Cirillo from the University of Delaware and Kristen Bieda from Michigan State University discuss their recent article, "An innovative early field experience for preservice secondary teachers: Early results from shifting to an online model," published in the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Volume 28 (co-authors: LaRochelle, Arbaugh).
August 14, 2020 12:23 PM PDT
In this crossover episode, Joel Amidon of the Teaching Math Teaching podcast (https://www.teachingmathteachingpodcast.com) speaks with Robert Q. Berry III, Basil M. Conway IV, Brian R. Lawler, and John W. Staley.
Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
Sam is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Missouri. https://sites.google.com/site/samuelottenonline/
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