Mathematics Teacher, February issue

Mathematics Teacher has released their February issue, with the following headlines:

Optimization of Cubic Polynomial Functions without Calculus
Ronald D. Taylor Jr. and Ryan Hansen

<!– Are You Connected? Fostering Exploration with Unexpected Graphs
Michael Todd Edwards and Jeffrey A. Reinhardt –> Are You Connected? Fostering Exploration with Unexpected Graphs
Michael Todd Edwards and Jeffrey A. Reinhardt

<!– Explorations with 142857: Connecting the Elementary with the Advanced
Randall E. Groth –> Explorations with 142857: Connecting the Elementary with the Advanced
Randall E. Groth

Analyzing Online Discourse to Assess Students’ Thinking
Randall E. Groth

<!– Connecting Students’ Informal Language to More Formal Definitions
Jon D. Davis –> Connecting Students’ Informal Language to More Formal Definitions
Jon D. Davis

<!– Reading Texts and Writing Problems to Improve Problem Solving
Ariana Stanca P. Vacaretu –> Reading Texts and Writing Problems to Improve Problem Solving
Ariana Stanca P. Vacaretu

Poverty: Teaching Mathematics and Social Justice
Leah P. McCoy

<!– Building Intuitive Arguments for the Triangle Congruence Conditions
Katrina Piatek-Jimenez –> Building Intuitive Arguments for the Triangle Congruence Conditions
Katrina Piatek-Jimenez

Beyond Teachers’ Sight Lines: Using Video Modeling to Examine Peer Discourse
Donna Kotsopoulos

The last article is a Free preview article. This is an interesting article on discourse analysis and video models. Check it out!

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