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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.

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Math Ed Podcast Samuel Otten

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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.

www.mathedpodcast.com
Produced by Fibre Studios

    [REBROADCAST] Whitney Johnson

    [REBROADCAST] Whitney Johnson

    Whitney Johnson from Morgan State University discusses the article, "Teaching with speeches: A black teacher who uses the mathematics classroom to prepare students for life," from Teachers College Record, Volume 115. (Co-authors: Nyamekye, Chazan, Rosenthal)

    • 31 min
    [REBROADCAST] Daniel Chazan & Lawrence Clark

    [REBROADCAST] Daniel Chazan & Lawrence Clark

    Dan Chazan and Lawrence Clark from the University of Maryland discuss the Special Issue in Teachers College Record (Vol. 115, No. 2) focused on African American mathematics teachers in urban contexts. Particular attention is given to Lawrence's article, "African American mathematics teachers as agents in their African American students' mathematics identity formation." (Co-authors: Badertscher, Napp)
    https://www.tcrecord.org/ExecSummary.asp?contentid=16835

    • 42 min
    Episode 2005: AERA Symposium on Flipped Instruction

    Episode 2005: AERA Symposium on Flipped Instruction

    This episode features four studies on flipped mathematics instruction that would have been shared at the AERA annual meeting in April 2020. This is the order in which you will hear their voices:

    JP Han & Ruby Ellis. University of Missouri. "Patterns in empirical studies of flipped mathematics instruction: A literature review."
    Jessica Kamuru & Wenmin Zhao. University of Missouri."Patterns in Algebra 1 classes implementing flipped instruction: An observational study."
    Jeremy Strayer. Middle Tennessee State University."Characterizations of flipped instruction: Mathematics teaching practices and teachers' enactment zones."
    Darryl Yong. Harvey Mudd College. "The primary affordance of flipped instruction might be more opportunities for active in-class engagement."

    There is also an open discussion with Jeff Choppin and Zandra de Araujo taking part along with the authors.
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    • 38 min
    Episode 2004: Jaime Diamond

    Episode 2004: Jaime Diamond

    Jaime Diamond from the University of Georgia discusses her book chapter, "Teachers' beliefs about how to support students' transfer of learning," in the forthcoming Springer book Transfer of Learning: Progressive Perspectives from Mathematics Education and Related Fields (Eds. Hohensee & Lobato).

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    • 24 min
    Episode 2003: Daniel Battey

    Episode 2003: Daniel Battey

    Dan Battey from Rutgers University discusses the article, "Racial (mis)match in middle school mathematics: Relational interactions as a racialized mechanism," published in Harvard Educational Review. (Co-authors: Leyva, Williams, Belizario, Greco, and Shah.)

    Article URL: https://www.hepg.org/her-home/issues/harvard-educational-review-volume-88-number-4/herarticle/racial-(mis)match-in-middle-school-mathematics-cla
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    • 27 min
    Episode 2002: Karisma Morton

    Episode 2002: Karisma Morton

    Karisma Morton from the University of North Texas discusses the article, "Who gets in? Examining inequality in eighth-grade algebra," published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (Co-author: Catherine Riegle-Crumb).

    Article URL: https://pubs.nctm.org/view/journals/jrme/50/5/article-p529.xml
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    • 23 min

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