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Here are five articles and then a list of web-based resources for you to use for your 11 o'clock hour projects.

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From Classroom Discussions to Group Discourse
by Azita Manouchehri and Dennis St. John
discussion_St.John_MT.pdf [PDF format]
 
Improving Mathematics Teaching
by James W. Stigler and James Hiebert
ImprovingMathematicsTeaching.JamesW.StiglerandJamesHiebert.webarchive [webarchive format]
 
Radical Equations
by Robert P. Moses and Charles E. Cobb, Jr.
RadicalEquations.pdf [PDF format]
 
Putting Umph Into
by Mary Kay Stein
Stein_2001_mathematical_argumentation.pdf [PDF format]
 
Unveiling Student Understanding: The Role of Instruction
by Azita Manouchehri and Douglas A. Lapp
TheRoleofQuestioninginInstruction.pdf [PDF format]
 
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ResourcesforReflectingonPractice.pdf [PDF format]

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