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Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Teachers: The Case of Multiplication and Division of Fractions
by Dana E. Olanoff (05/11)
Calculus Students' Understandings of the Concepts of Function Transformation, Function Composition, Function Inverse and the Relationships Among the Three Concepts
by Patrick M. Kimani (08/08)
Investigating African American Students' Identity and Agency in a Mathematics and Graphing Calculator Environment at a LowSES School
by Francis M. Nzuki (08/08)
High School Mathematics Teachers’ Understandings of the Purposes of Mathematical Proof
by David S. Dickerson (05/08)
Recollected Changes in Mathematics Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices: Perceptions and Psychological Type Preferences
by Bulent Cetinkaya (08/06)
Conceptions of Continuity: An Investigation of High School Calculus Teachers and their Students
by Leah Bridgers (05/07)
Secondary Teachers’ Understanding of Probability and Sampling In Context
by Lynn Francis Carlson (08/03)
Teachers’ Models of Student Responses to Middle School Algebraic Tasks
by Jean Hallagan Palm (05/03)
College Algebra Students’ Understanding of the Concept of Variable
by Angeles Dominguez (08/01)
Improving Primary Teachers’ Learning and Teaching of Mathematics: A Critical Ethnography of a Sri Lankan Program
by Rapti de Silva (08/01)
Learning Mathematics in English: ESL and NonESL Students’ Perspectives
by Susana Davidenko (05/00)
Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Understanding of Mathematical Functions
by James Kenneth DuahAgyeman (12/99)
An Investigation of Changes in College Students’ Conceptions of Mathematics and Mathematics Learning During Participation in a Reformbased Developmental Mathematics Course
by Joseph Tripp (08/99)
The Role of Visualization in Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics: A Multicase Study of Teachers’ Perceptions and Practices
by Preety Nigam (12/97)
Comparison of Four Instructional Approaches and Mathematics Background on Students’ Conceptions of Limits
by William J. Hardin (08/97)
The Effects of Writing to Learn Mathematics on Conceptual Understanding and Procedural Ability in Introductory College Calculus
by Mary Kathleen Porter (08/96)
Exploring Perspectives About Mathematics Within the Cultural Context of a College Algebra Class at a Community College
by Hani Q. Khoury (12/95)
Cognitive, Metacognitive, and Social Aspects of Mathematical Proof With Respect to Calculus
by Ewa PrusWisniowska (06/95)