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18-20 November 1995. A conversation reflecting the age-old argument about pure versus applied mathematics and a commentary on the way mathematics is and has been taught. (22K)

23-26 August 1995. A discussion touching on the utility of 'real-world' problems, and 'scripts' in and out of the classroom. (30K)

30 June-3 July 1995. How can we better educate our workforce to use and understand math? (17K)

16-18 May 1995. What should go into a course for secondary math teachers? New software, experiential components, focus on transformations, learning theory? (16K)

26 April - 2 May 1995. Block scheduling: can students process as much material in a semester in block as can be processed in the typical yearly schedule? The experience of the Urban School of San Francisco. (18K)

17-24 April 1995. What is the history of and what might be the reasons for the existing division of the mathematics curriculum in U.S. high schools? (16K)

11 April 1995. Summary of a position paper discussing an organizing principle for the mathematics curriculum. (8K)

11-16 April 1995. A discussion of the history of the high school math curriculum -- what were its beginnings, what is its rationale, and where might it be going? (28K)

27-29 March 1995. (18K)

23 February - 11 March 1995. How changes happened at the Urban School of San Francisco: texts, curriculum, technology; the pros and cons of 'tracking'. (48K)

8-21 February 1995. Building on a summary of Lampert's research: connecting intuition to principled knowledge and formal language, cultures of sense-making and building habits of discourse in the math classroom. (32K)

5 February 1995. A response to the discussion about teaching two-column proofs: Why teach proofs? Why math for all? (1) We don't know who will be doing what; (2) we don't know how this situation will change with new technologies; (3 and most important) math isgood for you.(12K)

23-31 January 1995. Why teach two-column proofs? Are they still generally taught in high schools in the United States? Canada? Europe? Why teach proof at all in mathematics? (14K)

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