Math Ed Podcast
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|"Conversations with math ed researchers": listen to interviews with mathematics education researchers about their recent journal articles and the research studies behind them. Hosted since November, 2012, by Samuel Otten, a professor of mathematics education at the University of Missouri, past half hour-long episodes include Ian Whitacre on "Happy and sad thoughts: An exploration of children's integer reasoning" (Journal of Mathematical Behavior), Beth Herbel-Eisenmann on "(Developing) Teacher Discourse Moves: A Framework for Professional Development" (Mathematics Teacher Educator), Jungeun Park on "Teaching prospective teachers about fractions: Historical and pedagogical perspectives" (Educational Studies in Mathematics), Corey Webel on "High school students' goals for working together in mathematics class: Mediating the practical rationality of studenting" (Mathematical Thinking and Learning), Phil Vahey on "A cross-disciplinary approach to teaching data literacy and proportionality" (Educational Studies in Mathematics), Indigo Esmonde on "Power in numbers: Student participation in mathematical discussions in heterogeneous spaces" (Journal for Research in Mathematics Education), James Tarr on "New assessments for new standards: The potential transformation of mathematics education and its research implications" (Journal for Research in Mathematics Education), Dan Chazan and Lawrence Clark on the Teachers College Record special issue focused on African American mathematics teachers in urban contexts, Whitney Johnson on "Teaching with speeches: A black teacher who uses the mathematics classroom to prepare students for life" (Teachers College Record), and Mara Landers on "Towards a theory of mathematics homework as a social practice" (Educational Studies in Mathematics).|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), College, Research|
|Resource Types:||Audio, Articles|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing, General Programs/Approaches, Materials-Reviews/Recommendations, Psychological/Affective Issues, English as Second Language, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques, Teaching Styles/Practices, Technology in Math Ed, Writing/Communication in Math, Math Ed Research/Reform|
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