This blog is a math education research digest. I’ll post weekly about something I read – a study about teaching, learning, cognition; a book or article about pedagogy; anything that provoked my thinking about math education. My hope is that people will find it thought-provoking and useful for reflection, and possibly also useful as a source of information about research.
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I’ve been doing a lot of research for my book. If you ever want suggestions for good articles to read, just let me know. I’d love to discuss some of them.
Yes definitely! Anything you think is interesting, thought-provoking, informative or whatever!
Here’s the blog post where I found out about the most recent one I’ve printed:
If you’d like to read it together and discuss it, let me know what kind of time frame works for you.
i used to blog math ed.
it’s a great beat.
this looks promising.
very impressed a couple weeks later.
keep ’em coming. i’ll be back.
Hello, I just stumbled across this blog via f(t). I’m a grad student teaching my first class this semester, having tutored for many years. Although I think I have pretty good instincts and I certainly seem to have success working with students one-on-one, I think it’s very important to incorporate the actual research into my teaching strategy, so I look forward to reading more!
I found this twice in the last week, and finally decided to come take a look. You left a comment on a really old post on my blog, and then “Math Mama” (Sue) recommended you.