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Teaching and Learning a New Algebra with Understanding.
This paper suggests a route to deep, long-term algebra reform that begins not with more new approaches but with elementary school teachers and the reform efforts that currently exist. Expand
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Characterizing a Classroom Practice that Promotes Algebraic Reasoning.
We present here results of a case study examining the classroom practice of one thirdgrade teacher as she participated in a long-term professional development project led by the authors. Our goal wasExpand
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1 What Is Algebra? What Is Algebraic Reasoning?
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Teaching and Learning a New Algebra
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Functional Thinking as a Route Into Algebra in the Elementary Grades
This chapter explores how elementary teachers can use functional think- ing to build algebraic reasoning into curriculum and instruction. Expand
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Computer-Based Learning Environments in Mathematics
This chapter attempts to set a perspective on where interactive technologies have taken us and where they seem to be headed. After briefly reviewing their impact in different mathematical domains,Expand
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Authentic Inquiry With Data: Critical Barriers to Classroom Implementation
We explore challenges in achieving authentic inquiry with data in classrooms from the fifth through the eighth grade. We present the Tabletop, a prototype computer-based data analysis tool based onExpand
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Representations, inscriptions, descriptions and learning: A kaleidoscope of windows
My task is to reflect on the papers in the two Special Issues on "Representations and the Psychology of Mathematics Education," Journal of Mathematical Behavior Vol. 17, Numbers 1 and 2, especiallyExpand
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