Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
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2204: Siddhi Desai, Sarah Bush, and Farshid Safi
Siddhi Desai, Sarah Bush, and Farshid Safi from the University of Central Florida discuss their article, "Mathematical representations in the teaching and learning of geometry: A review of the literature from the United States," published in the Electronic Journal for Research in Science & Mathematics Education, Volume 25.Article URL (free): https://ejrsme.icrsme.com/article/view/20634Siddhi's website: https://ssdesai.wordpress.com/Sarah's website: https://ccie.ucf.edu/person/sarah-bush/Farshid's website: https://ccie.ucf.edu/person/farshid-safi/EJRSME Website: https://ejrsme.icrsme.com/ List of episodes
2203: Hollylynne Lee
Hollylynne Lee from North Carolina State University discusses articles from the Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education and CHANCE about Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics.Lee, H. S., & Harrison, T. (2021). Trends in teaching Advanced Placement Statistics: Results from a National Survey. Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education, 29(3), 317-327. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/26939169.2021.1965509Lee, H. S., Vaskalis, Z. T., Stokes, D. J., & Harrison, T. B. (2022). A look into the AP Statistics classroom: Who teaches it and what aspects of statistics do they emphasize? CHANCE, 35(1), 38-47. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09332480.2022.2039028Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education https://www.causeweb.org/cause/K-12 Resources from American Statistical Association https://www.amstat.org/education/k-12-educatorsAP Statistics Teacher Community, College Board https://apcommunity.collegeboard.org/web/apstatistics/Enhancing Statistics Teacher Education through E-Modules http://go.ncsu.edu/esteemMathematics of Doing, Understanding, Learning, and Educating for Secondary Students https://modules2.com/statistics/Amplifying Statistics and Data Science in Classrooms a free online professional learning course where teachers can learn at their own pace and earn CEUs. https://go.ncsu.edu/amplifystatsInvigorating Statistics and Data Science Teaching through Professional Learninga free online professional learning platform launching in 2023. https://instepwithdata.orgList of episodes
2202: Zandra de Araujo and Erin Smith
Zandra de Araujo from the University of Florida and Erin Smith from the University of Southern Mississippi discuss their article, "Examining English language learners' learning needs through the lens of algebra curriculum materials," published in Educational Studies in Mathematics (Vol. 109).Article URL: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10649-021-10081-wZandra's WebsiteErin's WebpageList of episodes
2201: Bima Sapkota
Bima Sapkota from Purdue University discusses her article, "Preservice teachers' conceptualizations of mathematical tasks," published in The Mathematics Educator.Bima on ResearchGateThe Mathematics Educator journal websiteList of episodes
Episode 2112: Digest 8 - Investigations in Mathematics Learning 13(1)
Summaries from Investigations in Mathematics Learning 13(1)(01:50) Frances K. Harper, Eryn M. Maher & Hyunyi Jung—Whiteness as a Stumbling Block in Learning to Teach Mathematics for Social Justice(09:52) Christopher C. Jett—The Qualms and Quarrels with Online Undergraduate Mathematics: The Experiences of African American Male STEM Majors(14:10) Jemimah Young & Jahneille A. Cunningham—Repositioning Black Girls in Mathematics Disposition Research: New Perspectives from QuantCrit. Summarized by Samuel Otten(19:54) Teresa K. Dunleavy, Alison S. Marzocchi & Maisie L. Gholson—Teacher Candidates’ Silhouettes: Supporting Mathematics Teacher Identity Development in Secondary Mathematics Methods CoursesList of episodes
Episode 2111: Jane-Jane Lo
Jane-Jane Lo from Western Michigan University discusses her career in mathematics education.Jane-Jane's professional webpageList of episodes
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More accessible than journal articles
These interviews with mathematics education scholars are a great way to learn about what's happening in this intellectual community.