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- What Does It Take to Be an Expert Problem Solver? - Annie and John Selden; Mathematical Association of America
Organized into five sections: Expert-Novice Studies Have Often Concentrated
on Textbook Problems; Solving Nonroutine Problems; Are Mathematicians Expert Problem Solvers? How Might One Teach Problem Solving? and The Importance of Affect. From the MAA's
- Wheeler's Thoughts on Teaching - Laura Wheeler
Blog by a Canadian high school teacher in Ottawa, Ontario. Posts, which date back to October, 2012, have included "Assessment & Evaluation in the OCDSB"; "BYOD Classroom Management"; "Quadratic Visual Patterns #3actmath #MFM2P with Linking Cubes"; "When
- When Math Happens - Dane Ehlert
A Texas high school teacher's blog of 3 Act Math, estimation, and other lessons, each with alignments to the Common Core and TEKS. Posts, which date back to May, 2012, have included "How To Praise Students," "Exponential Functions Re-Engage," "Paul Sturgess,"
- YERME: Young European society for Research in Mathematics Education
A forum where people who are new to research in mathematics education can communicate with each other, offering support as well as practical advice. Summer schools, contacts, a forum, and conferences and meetings.
- Young Children - National Association for the Education of Young Children
The bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal of the NAEYC, intended to serve teachers, administrators, researchers, and those in related fields. Its website offers an overview of the current issue, a searchable index of article citations and synopses from 1985
- ZDM: Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik; International Reviews on Mathematical Education
Electronic journal with surveys, book reviews, literature citations, and trend reports on recent topics and issues in mathematics education and computer science education. The current issue and the 5 issues published prior to this one are available to
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